Our strategy will shape our work in 2021. It reflects our views on the challenges our community is facing and our vision for change. The strategy describes the role we will play in leading and supporting hospitals and public health institutions in providing fresh Kosher meals for Jewish patients and training for staff who are delivering our service.  Our strategy
Our contact details Name: Bedside Kosher Address: 77 Heron Drive, London, N4 2FS Phone Number: 020 3746 3803 E-mail: info@bedsidekosher.co.uk Bedside Kosher takes great care to preserve your privacy and safeguard any personal details you provide to us, whether on this website or by another means. This Policy explains how we collect and use your information. By using our website
Aims Bedside Kosher will not tolerate the abuse of adults in any of its forms and is committed to safeguarding adults with care and support needs from harm. This policy outlines the steps we will take to safeguard an adult with care and support needs if they are deemed to be at risk or at risk. This policy sets out
Data protection INTRODUCTION 1.1.  Bedside Kosher, “the Charity” is the Data Controller for the purposes of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. 1.2.  The Charity collects and uses certain types of personal information about the following categories of individuals (there are no employees or public donors): 1.2.1.  trustees and other volunteers involved in governance and delegated committees; 1.2.2.  consultants commissioned
Health and Safety information: Covid-19 At Bedside Kosher we take the wellbeing of our staff and volunteers very seriously. It is important that at Bedside Kosher we endeavour to keep our staff and volunteers safe as far as is practicable, as well as making sure our food deliveries are being made safely. These are the measures Bedside Kosher has implemented
INTRODUCTION Bedside Kosher strives for high standards both as an employer and as a provider of services. In so doing, it is recognised that Bedside Kosher should encourage diversity and seek to implement a policy of equal opportunities in all areas of its work and responsibilities. We believe that enhancing equality of opportunity is part of the core function of
Updated January 2021 Food safety is key to everything we do, and we operate to exactly the same standards as the food industry. Our food management systems ensure full compliance and traceability, and our suppliers are independently audited every year. Legislation We adhere to all relevant food safety legislation including: Food Safety Act 1990 Food Hygiene Regulations England/Scotland 2006 Reg
Purpose of the Policy Bedside Kosher is a registered charity and relies on income from fundraising to secure its business activities. We must ensure that by undertaking fundraising activities we uphold any legal, statutory or regulatory requirements, and maintain our reputation and adherence to our company values. This Policy provides guidance on how fundraising at Bedside Kosher will be managed
IntroductionThe aim of this policy is to define good volunteering practice for use throughout Bedside Kosher and provide guidelines for volunteers and for staff in relation to volunteering. The aim of the Bedside Kosher volunteer programme is to involve members of the community in activities associated to the delivery of our service, fundraising, and promoting awareness. This will raise awareness

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