designated person

designated person

A term of art which, as used in the context of safeguarding children in the UK, refers to a person (doctor or nurse) who takes a strategic professional lead on all aspects of the health service contribution to safeguarding children across the entire primary care trust (PCT) area, including all providers.

Designated persons provide advice and support to the named persons in each trust, and play a key role in promoting, influencing and developing relevant training to ensure the training needs of health staff are addressed. They also provide skilled professional involvement in child safeguarding processes and serious case reviews.
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It will have limited features and will provide additional control to a legally designated person.
Demonstrating that facilities and services owned or controlled by a designated person are deprived of their resources and the usage of the resources.
Demonstrating that facilities and services owned or controlled by designated person are deprived of their resources and the usage of the resources.
Students who met the eligibility criteria are advised to fill up an online application on eportal.hec.gov.pk/wheelchair, take print, attach necessary documents and submit through office of the respective Vice Chancellor or designated person.
office of the respective Vice Chancellor or designated person. Universities are required to forward all eligible cases to HEC in one transaction by January 15, 2019 to HEC for distribution of wheelchairs on merit.
The "designated person" is defined as any person dealing with the excise goods in question, as required by the FTA to document the movement of these goods.
A plea is made for special attention to adolescent needs by a trained, or at least designated person (sound familiar?) and the advice on flexibility and limit-setting in the section on "Staff versus Adolescents" might well be incorporated into courses and workshops on library management.
He also volunteered to be the designated person to climb the ladder to handle the top of the 9.5-foot tree.
The right of access established by the Privacy Rule includes the right to inspect or obtain a copy, or both, of one's health information or to direct the HIPAA-covered entity to transmit a copy to a designated person or entity of the individual's choice, such as a family member or mobile app.
"We have a national child protection designated person and that is the person who brings it forward [to gardai]."
If you still have no resolution, the next stage is to contact a designated person. Under the Localism Act of 2011, a local person has been introduced into the process of complaining against a housing association.
At the time Bernice Jaumette, the designated person in charge, admitted "We have had a challenging period at Amber House" but said they had taken every possible step to respond positively to the report.
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