The Strategic Plan defines the University’s direction.
An access and participation plan is a document setting out how the university intends to safeguard and promote fair access to higher education through its outreach work, financial support etc. It also includes targets and milestones, set by the university/college itself.
In accordance with the Trade Union (Facility Time Publications Requirements) Regulations 2017, the University is required to publish information relating to facility time on an annual basis. The date for this report represents a period from 1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019.
This Policy outlines the provisions and measures for effectively managing traffic and car parking on the University’s Ormskirk campus.
The Code of Practice on Freedom of Speech has been developed to assist Members of the University (which includes students) who are involved in the organisation of Meetings and Activities that have the potential to compromise the University’s commitment to Freedom of Speech within the law and/or the health and wellbeing of staff, students and […]
This policy must be read in conjunction with the Code of Practice which overarches all the University’s policies and procedures and details generic aspects that apply to all of our policies and procedures.
As an employer of more than 250 people, we are required by UK law to publish our gender pay gap information, both on the Government’s Gender Pay Gap Service and on our own website. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Government Equalities Office suspended compulsory reporting for pay gap data based on the March 2019 snapshot dates. […]
The report provides insight on the performance & improvements made against Key strategic themes in the Environmental Management Strategy (EMS).
Data Protection legislation regulates how the University can process personal information. The General Data Protection Regulation applies to anybody who handles the personal data of European Citizens and will supersede the current Data Protection Act on May 25th 2018.The GDPR will strengthen the rights and control of European citizens over their own data including its […]
This policy addresses how the Edge Hill University (the University) manages Intellectual Property (IP) generated by its Employees, Students or by Third Parties related to the organisation. Section 5.9 to 5.12 deals specifically with IP generation by students. The University acknowledges that students will normally own the IP for works they produce. However, in relation […]
From 2017, any organisation that has 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings. Data from Edge Hill University is published here and on the relevant Government website. […]
The Policy delineates the University’s commitment to the health, safety and environment and the roles and responsibilities of staff and students in relation to safety. The University proposes to fulfil our safety and environmental management responsibilities through developing clear management policies and implementing effective procedures across the University.
Edge Hill University is committed to fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity and maintains a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its staff and students are respected.
This document sets out the key objectives & targets across key themes that help inform our annual Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) & the environmental sustainable developments across Edge Hill University until 2021. The next iteration of this document is currently being developed as an Environmental Sustainability Strategy (ESS) that is planned for release autumn 2021 […]
The aim of this strategy is to describe the approach the University will take to the leadership, management and development of staff over the next five years.
The Information strategy for 2018-21 describes the priorities of the University for its strategic investment in, and use of information. It sets out the vision and direction for information and communication developments and services.
International Strategy Policy
Purpose of the Student Protection Plan is to preserve the continuation and quality of study for all our students.
The Refund and Compensation Policy is a document that sets out how we will deal with refunds and compensation in a certain set of circumstances. It applies to all students registered at the University, including those who have formally interrupted their studies.
This policy provides staff with information, advice and guidelines on how to safely, productively and proactively use social media. Social media provides benefits and opportunities for all members of the University and is a key way to communicate with our many and varied audiences.
Any organisation that has 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap. The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men’s earnings. Data from Edge Hill University is published here and on the relevant Government website. The data […]
This policy sets out the rules and procedures that must be followed when members of staff seek to undertake consultancy work and other work for outside bodies, either as a University activity or in a private, personal capacity.
In accordance with the Trade Union (Facility Time Publications Requirements) Regulations 2017, the University is required to publish information relating to facility time on an annual basis. The date for the first reporting is a period from 1st April 2017 to 31st March 2018.
This Carbon Management Plan defines the steps the Edge Hill University will take to change its practices, so that carbon reduction becomes embedded in management decisions and to undertake interventions and projects that will lead directly to emissions reduction.
Facilities Management Policy for maintaining roads pathways and amenity areas during adverse weather conditions, it was published in July 2017.
This policy aims to provide guidance on how to approach and deal with the reporting of a Serious Incident or matter and, for staff and contractors of the University, should be read in conjunction with the University’s Whistleblowing Policy.
The purpose of this policy is to specify the key principles which underpin how public information is managed at Edge Hill within the Scope given below. It is acknowledged that all Departments (Academic and Services) and Faculties across the University are responsible for publishing materials which form part of the University’s Public Information.