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|Registration and Inspection||Social Care||Minimum Standards for Child Day Care Centres Consultation|
The Department of Social Care is consulting on the revised draft Minimum Standards for Child Day Care provision on the Isle of Man. There have been minimum standards in place for over 10 years but this is the first time that they have been reviewed and revised and issued for consultation.
The Minimum Standards have been developed to provide assurance of a consistent level of quality in these services, and also to ensure a consistent approach to registration and inspection.
|4 March 2014 - 25 April 2014|
|Draft Development Brief for the Former Victoria Road Prison Site||Infrastructure||Draft Development Brief for the Former Victoria Road Prison Site|
This consultation document sets out a ‘Draft Development Brief for the Former Victoria Road Prison Site’, which aims, pending the preparation of the Area Plan for the East, to provide interim planning guidance to developers and the public alike on our vision for the site.
|28 February 2014 - 11 April 2014|
|Consultation regarding the draft Designated Businesses (Registration and Oversight) Bill 2014||F.S.C||Consultation regarding the draft Designated Businesses (Registration and Oversight) Bill 2014|
The Financial Supervision Commission ("the Commission") has today issued a consultation document on the draft Designated Businesses (Registration and Oversight) Bill 2014 ("the Bill").
|20 February 2014 - 2 April 2014|
|Freedom of Information Bill 2014 ||Chief Secretary's Office||Consultation on the Freedom of Information Bill 2014|
The Council of Ministers is consulting on the draft Freedom of Information Bill 2014. The draft Bill enables persons who are ordinarily resident on the Isle of Man to obtain access to information held by public authorities in accordance with the principles that (a) the information should be available to promote the public interest and (b) exceptions to the right of access are necessary to maintain a balance with rights to privacy, effective government and value for the taxpayer.
|10 February 2014 - 4 April 2014|
|Consultation on Draft Fairness at Work Policy, Procedures and Guidance ||Human Resources||Draft Fairness at Work Policy, Procedures and Guidance|
The Civil Service Commission is consulting on the new Draft Fairness at Work Policy, which is to replace the 2009 Prevention of Bullying, Harassment and Victimisation at Work Policy.
The Fairness at Work Policy is broader in scope and more generic than the current Prevention of Bullying, Harassment and Victimisation at Work Policy, and focuses on promoting a culture in which all members of staff are treated fairly and consistently and with dignity and respect.
The first part of the document comprises the Policy which defines the Aims and the Scope and sets out expected standards of behaviour. The second part of the Policy consists of Appendices, which provide definitions, clarification, guidance, forms and a flowchart to illustrate the process.
A copy of the document and the accompanying letter can be downloaded via the links below.
|30 January 2014 - 14 March 2014|