Policies for volunteers
Here you will find copies of all the policies relating to volunteering at The Brain Tumour Charity.
Acceptable use policy – PDF
All volunteers of The Charity must comply with this Policy when using The Charity’s IT and personal information that The Charity is responsible for.
Access policy – PDF
This policy applies to all systems, people and processes that constitute The Charity’s information systems, including staff, volunteers and suppliers who have access to The Brain Tumour Charity’s systems.
Bring your own device, offsite working and password policy – PDF
The Brain Tumour Charity takes the issue of physical and virtual security very seriously. This policy sets out the main precautions that must be taken and, together with the supporting documents listed, forms a significant part of our information security management.
Data protection and confidentiality – PDF
This policy and commitment agreement should be signed by all volunteers undertaking work or accessing our database(s), website(s), paper records or verbal information that give access to personal and/or confidential information.
Equal opportunities, recruitment and selection policy for volunteers – PDF
Our Equal Opportunities Policy is to ensure that all volunteer applicants and volunteers are treated fairly and without favour or prejudice.
General office procedure – PDF
This policy is applicable to all volunteers who are based at our Head Office in Farnborough. We ask each and every volunteer to observe and abide by this policy at all times.
Health and safety policy for volunteers – PDF
We ask that all volunteers adhere to the following general health and safety rules and procedures.
Insurance for volunteers – PDF
The purpose of this document is to provide information about The Brain Tumour Charity’s insurance in relation to volunteers, and provide details about the activities are covered under our insurance policy.
Safeguarding adults policy – PDF
Through the implementation of this policy, The Brain Tumour Charity will demonstrate its commitment to safeguarding all adults at risk who come into contact with our Charity.
Safeguarding children policy – PDF
Through the implementation of this safeguarding policy, The Brain Tumour Charity will demonstrate its commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people.
Sharing your talent – PDF
At the Brain Tumour Charity we want our volunteers to get involved in the Charity a variety of ways and encourage them to use their creative talents and expertise.
Volunteer boundaries – PDF
This policy applies to all volunteers (including students and ambassadors), or anyone volunteering on behalf of The Brain Tumour Charity.
Volunteer concerns and complaints procedure – PDF
The Volunteer Concerns and Complaints Procedure provides a structured way for volunteers to address their concerns with the Charity and enables grievances to be resolved efficiently and sensitively.
Volunteer expenses policy – PDF
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance on when and how to claim expenses as a volunteer with The Brain Tumour Charity.
Volunteer good conduct policy – PDF
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance and a structure by which concerns about volunteers can be addressed and resolved fairly, objectively and in a consistent manner.
Volunteer lone working policy – PDF
The Brain Tumour Charity recognises that some staff and volunteers are required to work by themselves without close or direct supervision, sometimes in work areas or out of office hours.
Volunteer media and social networking policy – PDF
The purpose of this policy is to set out the Charity’s rules regarding social media and social networking.
Whistleblowing Policy – PDF
This policy sets out the way in which individuals may raise any concerns that they have and how those concerns will be dealt with.