EHCAP Ltd was formed in November 2014 and will started trading in 2015.
For the purposes of initial set up EHCAP has adopted the HR policies from Bath Spa University. This will apply during 2015 while EHCAP works in partnership with Bath Spa in the roll out of Emotion Coaching Training in Somerset. In addition EHCAP has procedures for Significant Event Analysis and Complaints Resolution.
Recruitment & selection
Staff supervision & appraisal
Training & development (including induction)
Data Protection Act, Information Sharing, Freedom of Information
If you are unhappy with the facilities or services you have received from EHCAP we would like to know about it as soon as possible so we can investigate your concerns and explain, apologise and take positive action where necessary. In most circumstances, if you tell us about your concern quickly, we can resolve matters straightaway. To let us know about something with which you are unhappy please speak with Dr Sarah Temple in the first instance.
If you are not fully satisfied you can put your concerns in writing and use our formal Complaint Resolution Procedure.
The Complaint Resolution Procedure has three stages :
Stage 1 Local resolution
Stage 2 EHCAP Complaint Resolution Procedure to review the complaint
Stage 3 Independent Adjudication
To start the formal Complaint Resolution Procedure you should write to:
Dr Sarah Temple
You should state what has caused you to have concerns and make your points clear. Please document when the relevant events took place and what results you expect from your complaint.
EHCAP will send you an acknowledgement of your letter.
A full response to your complaint will be made within twenty days of the receipt of the complaint. If the investigation is still in progress after twenty days a letter will be sent to you explaining the delay and a full response made within five days of reaching a conclusion. In any event a holding letter will be sent every twenty days where an investigation is continuing.
This stage is only available to complainants who remain dissatisfied once Stage 1 and Stage 2 are exhausted.
The complainant at Stage 3 should provide reasons to explain the dissatisfaction with the outcome of Stage 2.