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About East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board

East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board is a multi-agency organisation responsible for ensuring the protection and safety of the most vulnerable adults in the East Riding.

The Board is led by an independent chair and made up of representatives from a number of organisations including the local authority, police, health, care and voluntary sectors and is also responsible for holding partners to account through scrutiny and governance.

Meetings are held quarterly where discussions take place around issues including national and local safeguarding issues, best practice and training.

Corporate Statement - Role

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board’s (ERSAB) core role is to ensure that all agencies that deliver services to the communities of the East Riding of Yorkshire work together to minimise the risk of abuse to adults at risk and to protect those subject to abuse.

The East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board has a secondary but equally important role to promote awareness within the East Riding of Yorkshire of the wider safeguarding agenda in order that safeguarding adults at risk becomes everyone’s business.

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Terms of Reference

ERSAB Governance & Operating Framework 1.2 (pdf 310kb opens in a new window)

Safeguarding Adults Review Group Terms of Reference (pdf 130kb opens in a new window)

Business Implementation Group Terms of Reference (pdf 130kb opens in a new window)

Audit and Assurance Sub-group Terms of Reference (pdf 175kb opens in a new window)

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Board Members' Roles and Responsibilities

A summary of ERSAB Members Roles and Responsibilities (pdf 90kb opens in a new window) 

A list of ERSAB Members (pdf 40kb opens in a new window)

ERSAB Group Structure (pdf 120kb opens in a new window)

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Meetings

The Board will meet quarterly and members will attend wherever possible and will inform the chair if they are unable to attend. A nominated deputy may attend on an infrequent basis.

Organisational commitment to attendance is crucial and if this function is delegated within organisations, the delegated member must have the ability to make decisions on behalf of the organisation they represent.

The Board will oversee the following:

  • policy and procedures
  • quality and performance
  • best practice and lessons learned
  • communication
  • training
  • users and carers.

Access SAB meeting agendas and summaries


ERSAB Annual Reports

ERSAB Annual Report 2016 - 2017

ERSAB Annual Report 2015 - 2016

ERSAB Annual Report 2014 - 2015

ERSAB Annual Report 2013 - 2014

ERSAB Annual Report 2012 - 2013


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