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NCVO/Zurich webinar: Safeguarding through covid-19 and beyond

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Slides from a webinar broadcast on 17 September 2020

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NCVO/Zurich webinar: Safeguarding through covid-19 and beyond

  1. 1. Introduction ________________ Claire Legg NCVO NCVO Risk Webinar Series in partnership with Zurich
  2. 2. Safeguarding through Covid-19, and beyond ________________ Marie Williams Safeguarding Risk Consultant Zurich Workforce Strategies This deck is the property of Zurich and should not be reproduced or copied. NCVO Risk Webinar Series in partnership with Zurich
  3. 3. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 3 About your host Marie Williams, Safeguarding Risk Consultant  Started my career as a Nurse – trained in London  Police Officer for 10 years and specialised in the field of safeguarding, child and adult protection  Moved into Social Services where I worked as the safeguarding adults manager for one of London's largest and most diverse boroughs  Joined Zurich in 2016 as the only safeguarding risk consultant for not just Zurich but also the entire insurance industry  Unique role and eclectic experience which Zurich and our customers are benefiting from
  4. 4. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 01 An introduction to safeguarding 02 Emerging safeguarding risks due to Covid-19 lockdown a) School b) The workplace c) When homeworking d) Digital technology and online safety 03 Q&A and discussion 4 NCVO Risk Webinar Series: Safeguarding Agenda
  5. 5. ©Zurich 5 An introduction to safeguarding
  6. 6. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 6 01 An introduction to safeguarding Everyone has the right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect ‘Safeguarding’ is the protection of that right for vulnerable people What is safeguarding?
  7. 7. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 7 01 An introduction to safeguarding A child: “anyone under the age of 18 years old” An adult at risk: “a person aged 18 or over who is in need of care and support, (regardless of whether they are receiving them), and because of those needs are unable to protect themselves against abuse or neglect” Who is a ‘vulnerable’ person?
  8. 8. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 8 01 An introduction to safeguarding  Abuse is the misuse of power and control that one person has over another  Intent is not a deciding factor  Abuse also includes failing to act  Abuse can take place anywhere! What is ‘abuse’?
  9. 9. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 9 01 An introduction to safeguarding Physical Sexual Psychological Neglect & acts of omission Financial Discriminatory Organisational Types of abuse and neglect 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  10. 10. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 10 01 Introduction to safeguarding  Online harm & social media  Forced marriage  Radicalisation and Extremism  Sexual exploitation / CSE / HSB  Modern slavery & trafficking  Domestic abuse  Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)  Practices linked to culture, faith and beliefs  Peer-on-peer abuse  County lines Extra special areas of concern If extra special areas of safeguarding concern are not handled properly this can lead to a significant issue.
  11. 11. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 11 01 An introduction to safeguarding Supporting documents Understanding safeguarding Understanding Safeguarding, that looks at a number of the most common safeguarding challenges organisations are likely to face. It includes guidance on: – Key terminology and definitions – Emerging safeguarding risks – Training, policies and procedures – Defensible decision-making – Whistleblowing guide-safeguarding/ Safeguarding risk resource Includes guidance on common challenges, emerging risk, mitigating risk and safeguarding risks for charities guides/safeguarding-risk-resource/ The evolving safeguarding risk landscape – A summary of some of the most important changes in safeguarding legislation and statutory guidance – An explanation of some common safeguarding misconceptions – A useful checklist to help organisations when drafting their safeguarding policies – A look at the support Zurich Municipal can offer, including our Safer Schools App legislation-policy-and-procedures-in-2019/
  12. 12. ©Zurich 12 Emerging safeguarding risks due to Covid-19 lockdown
  13. 13. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 13 02 Emerging safeguarding risks School’s out for… Covid-19  Locked up in lockdown…  Change fatigue – ‘taught by the fraught’! A) School
  14. 14. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 14 02 Emerging safeguarding risks School’s back in session…  Lockdown syndrome - a holistic degradation of self  Hockey Cockey?  The vulnerable and the disadvantaged  Holiday hunger  Hidden harm  “Help! I’m not ready to go back to school yet!” A) school but not as we know it
  15. 15. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 15 02 Emerging safeguarding risks  Workplace Harassment – A hate crime?  Childcare in the Workplace – A BIG no! B) The workplace
  16. 16. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 16 02 Emerging safeguarding risks  The balance of work with childcare & home schooling  Other areas of safeguarding risk which may not be obvious – Domestic abuse – Child on parent violence – Mental health – County lines C) When homeworking
  17. 17. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 17 02 Emerging safeguarding risks  Rise in screen time = rise in safeguarding risk  Livestreaming - the riskiest online activity!  Gaming & gambling  How to improve online safety? A personal guide: – Make your home safer – Make your devices safer – What apps are being used under your roof? – Talk, talk, talk! – ‘How to’? D) Digital technology and online safety
  18. 18. ©Zurich INTERNAL USE ONLY 18 Q&A and discussion Thank you for your time
  19. 19. Please use the QR code or link to the right to select one of the two charities and Zurich Community Trust will donate £24,000, divided according to the number of tokens (or votes) each charity receives throughout our 2020 calendar of events. You decide! Vote Now!Which charity will you choose? Since 1973 Zurich Community Trust has donated over £90 million to charitable organisations across the UK and overseas. Who decides how the donations are split? Zurich Municipal continues to work with Zurich Community Trust, Zurich’s UK charitable arm in the UK, by supporting two charity partners Dementia UK and Place2Be. With Covid-19, the Trust has increased its support to help them through difficult times as demand for their services has increased whilst income is falling. Dementia UK provides specialist support for families through their Admiral Nurse service and children’s mental health charity, Place2Be, works in schools with pupils, their families and staff. Thank you for your support.