Anti-Bullying Policy (Jun 15 2009 15:04) This policy outlines the principles that should underpin educational establishments' practices in response to bullying behaviour amongst children and young people. The term 'establishment' includes early years through to secondary stages.
Code of Conduct for Councillors (Dec 20 2004 16:10) This Code applies to every member of a local authority in Scotland. It is the responsibility of Councillors to make sure that they are familiar with, and that their actions comply with, its provisions.
DB/06/08 (Apr 22 2008 14:45) Dangerous building notification
DB/19/07 (Apr 22 2008 14:30) Dangerous building notification
Employment Information and Gender Pay Gap (Apr 30 2013 14:28) The Council has a statutory duty to publish information to show how well they are fulfilling their duties as an employer, in relation to equalities.
Equal Pay Statement (Apr 30 2013 14:16) Clackmannanshire Council is committed to developing, maintaining and supporting a policy of equal opportunity in employment and will treat all staff fairly
Food Safety Enforcement Policy (Feb 2 2005 11:13) This documented policy ensures the comprehensive and consistent enforcement of Food Safety, Food Standards and Feeding Stuffs within Clackmannanshire in line with the relevant Food Safety Act Codes of Practice.
Mainstreaming Equality and Diversity (Apr 30 2013 14:13) This report sets out what the Council will do to further improve its outcomes on
equality and diversity in Clackmannanshire.
Managing Unacceptable Behaviour Policy (Aug 20 2015 10:07) This policy sets out our approach to managing customers where customer actions or
behaviour are considered unacceptable and are either having an impact on our staff or their ability to provide a consistent level of service to other customers.
Tourist Signposting Policy (Jan 31 2005 14:10) Clackmannanshire Council as Roads Authority has prepared the following policy and procedures, which are designed to be sensitive to the needs of local tourism while not compromising the needs of local road safety, traffic management or amenity.
Winter Service is carried out to ensure, as far as possible, the safe movement of all road users, both vehicular and pedestrian, while minimising the effects on the environment. It is economically significant because of the delays that bad weathe