This 'Quick Guide' must be read before accessing the body of the manual.
- Display and Browser Options
- Structure of the Manual
- Amendments and Future Updates
- Register for Updates/ Contact Us
- Printing and Retaining Copies
1. Display and Browser Options
People with a visual impairment may have difficulty accessing this manual.
To change the size of the text/layout - please use the zoom function on your browser.
2. Structure of the Manual
This manual contains the Surrey Safeguarding Children Procedures which cover the areas served by the Surrey Safeguarding Children Board.
The procedures are divided into four sections containing sub-sections which are grouped together, for example in relation to 'Child Protection Conferences'. These can be accessed from the Contents List which is available from the button on the left hand menu. Alternatively you can use the search function to locate a section or sub-section.
The underlying principles and values which apply across all sections of the manual are contained within Section 1, Working with Children and Families and can be accessed by clicking on the 'Values' button in the left hand menu.
3. Amendments and Future Updates
The manual will be regularly updated on a planned basis, twice yearly. If you are asked to make an amendment to an existing chapter in the manual for inclusion at the next update, please contact SSCB. If you have any queries or suggestions, please contact the LSCB Business Manager:
Partnership Support Manager
When updates are published, some sections or sub-sections may be new or may be amended significantly. If a section has been significantly amended or is new, it will be indicated in the Contents List and at the top of the relevant section.
Every effort has been taken to ensure regulatory compliance. If you discover any errors or mistakes, please alert your manager.
5. Register for Updates/Contact us
We recommend that you register with us to automatically receive notification when the manual is updated, and be informed about the briefing papers we regularly publish by completing the form accessed via the button on the left of your screen. If you have any comments or suggestions to make about this manual please contact us by using the button on the left hand side of the screen, from anywhere within the manual and selecting the appropriate contact person for the Local Authority in which you live.
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7. Printing and Retaining Copies
The manual should normally be viewed on line but can be printed, for reference only.
To print a section or sub-section, click on the icon which is in the left hand menu on every page.
Please note, the manual will be updated regularly, so staff should avoid retaining printed versions - hard copies are only valid for 72 hours.