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Criminal Record

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as it involves contact with

patients. This means that you must declare on your application form whether or not you have any
convictions, cautions, reprimands or bindovers even if these would be considered as spent under the Act. All criminal histories, including cautions, regardless of how long ago they occurred or any
assurances made by the Police at the time that it would not count as a Police record, will be revealed on a CRB check. 

If you have answered yes on the application form, but due to the sensitive nature of
the offence(s) you have not recorded the detail, this information must be provided separately to us.

If a CRB is undertaken and offences are recorded that have not been declared on your application
form, or disclosed separately to us, this will result in any offer of employment being withdrawn and you may be liable for the cost of the CRB check.

Care workers work with vulnerable people and we take our responsibility to protect them very seriously. Your appointment will depend on the satisfactory completion of a criminal records disclosure, but at this stage, we need you to answer the following questions truthfully and honestly.
Equality and Diversity

1st Grade Care wants to meet the aims and commitments set out in its equality policy. This includes not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010, and building an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity. We require your help and co-operation to enable us to do this, but filling in this section is voluntary.

The information you provide in this section is for monitoring purposes only. It will stay confidential, and be stored securely and limited to only some staff in the organisation’s Human Resources section.
Disability Definition

Individuals who were registered under the Disabled Person (Employment) Act 1944 on both 12th January 1995 and 2nd December 1996 are treated as being disabled under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA). The DDA states: 'a person has a disability... if he has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.' The person must satisfy the four criteria in the above statement to fall under and, therefore, to be protected under DDA. This definition is subject to amendments made by DDA 2005.
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