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F2SU - Other Useful Resources

A suite of leaflets and posters have been developed to support and help you when raising or responding to concerns. 

​Click on the images below to find out more, or take a look at the Raising a Concern, Responding to a Concern and Key Resources pages and display them in your areas for staff to see. 

F2SU leaflet
F2SU card
Freedom to Speak Up Safely Poster
Freedom to Speak Up Safely Leaflet
Freedom to Speak Up Safely Card

F2SU guide for managers
F2SU Top Tips
F2SU what is a concern
Guide for Managers
Top Tips for Speaking Up Safely
What is a concern?
Below are some other useful resources that have shaped the training resources and Speak Up strategy more broadly. Click on the images to access the key documents. 
Raising Concerns Procedure F2SU Exec Summary F2SU full report
Procedure for NHS Staff to Raise Concerns Freedom to Speak Up (Francis) Executive Summary Freedom to Speak Up (Francis) Full Report

Andrews Report Cardiff University Logo XpertHR Podcast
Trusted to Care (Andrews)  Report             Cardiff University Research  XpertHR Podcast on Whistleblowing
External resources that can help you raise your concerns
  • All trade unions will help their members to raise their concerns.
  • In addition professional regulators offer guidance on raising concerns – for example click on the following links for guidance from the Nursing & Midwifery CouncilHealth and Care Professions Council;  General Medical CouncilGeneral Dental Council
  • Government agencies in Wales can also support you to raise concerns – Healthcare Inspectorate Wales provide more information on their website here or can be contacted by phone on 0300 062 8163 or email
  • Wales Audit Office provides information on raising concerns.  They can be contacted by phone on 029 20 320 522 or email or post at PIDA Officer, The Auditor General for Wales, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ
  • Public Concern at Work is a charity with a long history of supporting people who work in organisations such as the NHS to raise concerns. You can find out more on their website or by contacting their independent and confidential telephone advice line on 020 7404 6609

Case Studies and Videos

Excellent case studies are available on the Public Concern at Work website.

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