London Safeguarding Adult Network (LSAN)

Mary Wynne

Mary Wynne


Chair: Mary Wynne

Membership: The Network’s core members are the Safeguarding Adult Leads for each Borough. Associate membership is one representative from the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, NHSE, London Ambulance Service and Skills for Care.

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Key Aims for 2016/17

  • To promote and implement the London Multi Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
  • To promote the adoption of best practice both within individual London Boroughs safeguarding arrangements and relevant London wide partner services
  • To develop and review London wide written policy and guidance, in partnership with other relevant agencies and Safeguarding Adults’ Boards, for safeguarding adults at risk
  • To liaise with relevant London wide groups on specific areas of common work e.g. mental capacity
  • To form sub-groups, as agreed by the LSAN membership, with a remit to undertake specific pieces of work in connection with the above core functions

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Recent News

Multi-Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy & Procedures Consultation now open

The London Safeguarding Adult Board welcomes you to respond to the consultation following recent revisions to the Multi-Agency Adult Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. The consultation period ends at noon on 21st January 2019.[...]

Fire Safety in Specialised Housing

Alan Adams, Hounslow DASS is proud to announce the release of a new summary document. It’s aim is to clarify, build upon and consolidate existing good practice, and introduces for the first time guidance on the various responsibilities for fire safety and a ‘Person Centred’ approach to identifying fire risks to vulnerable residents in these types of premises. It includes case studies, templates, diagrams and worked examples to clarify the issues. The intended readership and those that must consider the recommendations of the guide includes: Commissioners of care services in specialised housing Those who own, operate or manage specialised housing Those[...]

SCIE National SAR library

Safeguarding Adults Reviews (SARs) are a statutory requirement for Safeguarding Adults Boards (SABs). They can identify what is helping and what is hindering safeguarding work in order to tackle barriers to good practice. Commissioned by the Department of Health, the SAR library is being developed jointly by Research in Practice for Adults (RiPfA) and the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), working closely with colleagues from the sector. It will contain reports and associated resources to support those involved in commissioning who are conducting and quality assuring SARs. Follow this link to register for a SCIE account and gain access to the[...]


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