‘Serious incidents’: what, why, and when to report

This is part of Wrigleys’ 29th Annual Charity Governance Seminar – webinar series.

Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the Charity Commission expressed concerns that there is significant and systematic under-reporting of serious incidents and, as a regulator, it has gone on record to say that it is actually more worried about those charities that are not reporting than the ones that are. During the coronavirus pandemic there has been an increase in reporting, but are the right things being reported? Are trustees aware of their duties in relation to serious incident reporting?

What will you learn?

In this session we will explore incidents that might be reportable, what might be ‘significant’ in the context of different charities and their ‘partner’ organisations, when to make a report, and key steps you need to take when a serious incident has been identified.

Please send any questions ahead of the webinar to events@wrigleys.co.uk

Who should attend? 

Senior executives of charities and charity trustees.


This webinar is free to access for charities and community groups.

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