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Welcome to East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board Safeguarding Adults Concern Form!

ERSAB kindly requests that all concerns be submitted on the current ERSAB Multi Agency Adults at Risk Concern Form which was issued in May 2017 and is available on this website either in electronic or Word format and that all previously downloaded versions of the concern form should be removed from desktops and not used going forward.

The electronic concern form is the preferred method for you to raise a concern, however we are aware of differences between the web concern form and the more recently updated electronic/paper versions, these do not detract from the use of the form and we encourage continued use of the electronic form to raise a concern. Action has been taken to bring the web version into line with the electronic and the paper based forms as soon as possible.


"Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and this not only includes those professionals charged with caring for and protecting the most vulnerable within our communities but also the wider community itself.

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board endorses a much broader safeguarding agenda that goes further than just protecting adults at risk of harm. Safeguarding must encompass initiatives that ensure the most vulnerable are treated with dignity and respect, are afforded opportunities to live their lives as independently as possible, whilst taking reasonable measures to ensure that risks of harm are minimised and sensibly managed.

The website has been designed with everyone in mind and I hope you will find the content informative, thought provoking and of practical use."

Mike Briggs, independent chair of East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board


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ERSAB online Concern form

The online concern form allows potential abuse to be reported electronically.

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What is abuse?

The 10 signs of abuse - physical, domestic, sexual, financial or material, psychological, neglect and acts of omission, self-neglect, discriminatory, organisational, modern day slavery.

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Reporting abuse

Report abuse, safeguarding leads and other support agencies, easy read explanation of safeguarding.

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About ERSAB

ERSAB Newsletter 

The ERSAB Newsletter is published on a bi-monthly basis and provides updates and useful information

Policy documents

Policy and Guidance

Includes access to SAB multi-agency policy and procedures; Deprivation of liberty; Mental Capacity Act 2005 etc.

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Learning and development

Level one workbook, training strategy, dates and times of training courses and how to book a place.

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