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Employment of Statutory Registered Professionals

The Employment of Statutory Registered Professionals Policy applies to all individuals who are employed within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. It is a condition of employment with the Board that individuals must be registered with the relevant regulator in order to practice in a specific profession.

The purpose of the policy is to protect the public who come into contact with the Board by ensuring that all staff in statutory registered professions employed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde fulfil the appropriate registration requirements to practice.

The policy provides a framework applicable across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde which ensures that all staff in statutory registered professions are currently registered with the relevant regulator.

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  1. Newly qualified persons awaiting registration may be initially employed in an appropriate non-registered post, and paid accordingly, until proof of registration is submitted and confirmed.
  1. Managers are responsible for verifying registrations for new staff and for maintaining an accurate record of current registration expiry dates for all their statutory registered employees.
  1. Managers are responsible for advising all their employees, in writing, that their registration is due to expire within the period under review. This applies to employees at work or absent on leave.
  1. It is the employee’s responsibility to maintain registration. Staff that allow their registration to lapse will not be permitted to continue to practice.

 

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