Because of the nature of the allegations, the case was referred to the independent safeguarding authority which led to her being dealt with by the professional conduct panel.
What does ISA stand for?
ISA stands for Independent Safeguarding Authority (UK)
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- Military and Government
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We have 696 other meanings of ISA in our Acronym Attic
- Imaging Sensor Autoprocessor
- Imaging/Imagery Sensor Autoprocessor
- Impervious Surface Area
- Importer Self-Assessment Program
- In Shaa' Allah (God Willing)
- In-Depth Safety Analysis
- Incest Survivors Anonymous
- Incident Staging Area (US FEMA)
- Incident Surprise Anomaly Report
- Incomplete Stent Apposition
- Independent Safety Assessment
- Independent School Association (various locations)
- Independent Strategic Advisors (Atlanta, GA)
- Independent Subspace Analysis
- India Semiconductor Association (Bangalore, India)
- Indian Set-Aside (grant)
- Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers
- Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists
- Indian Squash Academy
- Indian Standard Equal/Unequal Angle (steel construction)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The judges decided that The Independent Safeguarding Authority had been right to conclude Harvey posed too high a risk of causing harm to the adults.
Parents will be further reassured by the fact that registered teachers have undergone enhanced DBS checks (the Disclosure and Barring Service, formed from the merger of the Criminal Records Bureau, CRB, and Independent Safeguarding Authority, ISA) to ensure they are suitable to teach and have undergone proper re-fresher training if they have returned to teaching after an absence of more than five years.
The CRB will still be merged with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA), in Darlington, to create the new Disclosure and Barring Service (DSB), to be up-and-running next year.
This is to enable the Bureau and the Independent Safeguarding Authority to conduct and complete a joint procurement exercise that will address the future shape and delivery of the service under a new single organisation, the Disclosure and Barring Service, and to meet the needs of its users for the longer term.
He has since resigned from his post, and his case is being referred to the Independent Safeguarding Authority.
Home Secretary Theresa May initially called a halt to the programme, which would have required more than nine million people to register themselves with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
This quarter employers are likely to be affected by a number of pieces of legislation that will come into force, including the Independent Safeguarding Authority, the Single Equality Act and, in October, an increase in the minimum wage.