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Adult Safeguarding real life examples

These projects are helping to raise awareness of the needs of disabled people and older people:  Time4Change project -  employs people with a learning disability to act as trainers and deliver training and awareness raising activities. Acute Liaison Nurses RCHT - supporting patients with learning disabilities and their families going through the hospital experience.  Safeguarding Advocates Cornwall Council - raising awar.....

Last updated: 06/05/2021 13:21:08


Dangerous trees

Trees will generally present a low risk of harm. However they can become dangerous due to their position or condition. Dead and decayed trees are important parts of the ecosystem and can support a wide range of wildlife. There is often no need to fell or prune dead, dying or decayed trees. If there is a reasonable likelihood the tree or branches could fall and cause significant harm or damage, an assessment of the tree is.....

Last updated: 04/05/2022 09:24:28


About us

The Digital Inclusion Team The Digital Inclusion Team are all about getting people online and using online services with confidence.  We work closely with volunteers and partner organisations to enable residents to access and be confident using online services. We offer face to face training sessions working with local organisations wanting to offer digital skills support in their community such as Age UK and Job Centres......

Last updated: 24/02/2021 20:15:17


Play areas

We would like to remind parents/carers that allowing children to use any play area is done at their own risk. Do not enter if anyone in your household is showing cold-like symptoms, or are self-isolating. Please help us minimise transmission of the virus. You can do this by following the instructions on signs and on the Environment Covid Information page. Reporting an issue The majority of children's play areas are manage.....

Last updated: 18/08/2021 13:37:12


How to report Ash Dieback

Check if there are other cases in your area You can check if there have been any other cases of ash dieback in your area on the Forestry Commission Interactive Map. Report ash dieback If there are no reports of ash dieback in your area you can report the sighting using the link below:  Report ash dieback You should seek professional advice on the management of trees from a qualified tree surgeon (arborist) or tree special.....

Last updated: 14/04/2021 13:47:39


Enforcement responsiblities

We are responsible for enforcing health and safety regulations in workplaces in Cornwall. We share enforcement responsibility with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). We have the same powers as HSE inspectors under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Each organisation handles different types of premises as follows: Local Authority responsibilities Warehouses storing goods for wholesale or retail distribution. Tyre.....

Last updated: 05/03/2021 15:27:17


Complaints about schools

How to make a complaint about local authority (LA) maintained and academy schools An LA maintained school is administered by local government (Cornwall Council) An an academy is directly under the control of central government Both types of school are state funded. You can find out if your child's school is LA maintained or an academy from their website. Step 1 Contact the school to discuss the problem first – most prob.....

Last updated: 14/03/2022 11:15:17


School children learn to Be Safe Be Seen

A competition run with secondary school pupils to design a poster for primary school children reminding them to Be Safe Be Seen when out and about, has been won by Year 11 student Tiffany, from Richard Lander School. Tiffany won a reflective cycling jacket for her outstanding design. Walking and cycling charity Sustrans, in partnership with Cornwall Council, ran the Be Safe Be Seen road safety campaign over the winter an.....

Last updated: 07/10/2021 09:24:00


Empty properties

Empty Properties are a wasted resource that could provide much-needed homes. They can be an eyesore for local residents and cause other concerns. Cornwall currently has a high housing need, with many pressures on the housing market. Our Help for Empty Properties leaflet giver more information. In addition to planning for new housing development, we are working towards bringing empty properties back into residential use an.....

Last updated: 09/06/2022 13:15:37


The Cornwall Coroner

Virtual inquests Some Inquests are currently listed as 'telephone conference' or Microsoft Teams. If you wish to attend any of these hearings you must email Inquests@cornwall.gov.uk in advance. You can view full details of virtual Inquests and information on attending virtual inquests below: Protocol for Remote Hearings during COVID-19 pandemic Good Practice Guide for Remote Hearings The Acting Senior Coroner has also p.....

Last updated: 27/07/2021 10:33:12


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