Equality, Diversity and Human Rights

Making Diversity, Equal Opportunities and Human Rights a Reality

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) is committed to advancing equality and celebrating diversity by embedding equality, diversity and human rights practices into all areas of our service delivery and patient care.

The Trust views the Equality Act 2010 and the associated Public Sector Equality Duty as an opportunity to confirm our commitment to promoting equality of opportunity and eliminating discrimination, whether in delivering a service to our patients and community or in the employment of staff.

Moving forward in 2018 we aim to further integrate Equality and Diversity into our main strategy, planning and monitoring processes.

The Trust Board, staff side representatives and senior managers will continue to demonstrate, through their leadership and practices, their commitment to equitable and fair treatment.

For further information regarding Diversity, Equal Opportunities and Human Rights please contact Sam Fraser, Equality Health and Wellbeing Lead, via email on Sam.Fraser@swast.nhs.uk or call 01392 261557.

If you require documentation in alternative formats, please contact the SWASFT Public Relations Team on 01392 261649 or via email at publicrelations@swast.nhs.uk.

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Paramedics and volunteers will be offering free blood pressure checks for any visitors to the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) stand this week at the Devon County Show. The team will also be doing CPR demonstrations and educating the public how to act fast and help save patients who may need quick action when they become ill.

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