EICA Disclosure and Barring Checking Service
EICA offers a responsive and confidential Disclosure and Barring Checking Service (DBS Check) which is available to members and non-members (currently 90% of DBS checks completed within 30 days). EICA members benefit from reduced administration fees
The EICA DBS Checking Service provides information, advice and guidance to EICA members on any changes in the current Home Office systems, together with the required policies and procedures that employers should adopt for the processing of DBS checks for their employees.
EICA provides an on-line training package for all employers to support them in ensuring their staff complete DBS applications accurately, thus avoiding costly delays in processing.
“the EICA DBS Checking Service is really personal and helpful, the team immediately alert us to any mistakes that our recruits may have made at no extra charge, and avoid the expense of forms having to be returned. Thanks for a great service!”
Links and Information
- DBS continuation sheet
- DBS Code of Practice
- DBS Handling & Storage Policy
- Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 information from DBS
- DBS guidance on applicant advice
Contact EICA on 01268 565551 or email for more information
18 April 2017
The ECA Chair and Committee would like to invite you to our forthcoming Lunch Conference
Come and meet with Essex County Council and hear about their plans to spend the £24 Million additional funds for adult social Care
Wednesday 26th April 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Central Baptist Church, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford Essex CM1 1LN
12 April 2017
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, despite opposition from Essex Council, has obtained the Court’s permission to proceed with its Judicial Review proceedings against Essex County Council challenging the fee rates its pays to independent care home providers.
31 March 2017
From Monday 3rd April 2017 coroners will no longer have a duty to undertake an inquest into the death of every person who was subject to an authorisation under the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.