Governance & Legal
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A summary of the core governance functions for Faculties (Institute/School) in the broad area of teaching and learning.
The Fair Admissions Policy - Postgraduate Admissions, approved by Academic Board June 2013.
Fair Admissions Policy - Undergraduate Admissions »19 February 2013
The Fair Admissions Policy - Undergraduate Admissions, approved by Academic Board February 2013.
Freedom of Information Policy »22 February 2010
Approved by the Principal's Central Team 22 February 2010, updated October 2011. The policy details how the College will meet its commitments under the Freedom of Information Act.
Full EIA Template Form »13 December 2005
Appendix 3 of the Equalities Impact Assessment Guidance. Template for gathering data on policies, procedures and practices as part of carrying out equalities impact assessments.
Gender Equality Scheme and Action Plan »03 July 2007
Approved by the Council July 2007, the scheme sets out how the College intends to meet its general and specific duties under the gender equality legislation and its gender equality objectives.
Governance Arrangements for the Administration of the Human Tissue Act at King's College London »29 May 2013
The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the arrangements put in place to ensure appropriate governance of the Human Tissue Act Licence held by Kings College London. Approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 29 May 2013.
Health and Safety Policy Statement »10 October 2011
Statement of general policy, responsibilities and arrangements in respect of health and safety proection. Policy applies to the health and safety of staff, visitors and members of the public using its premises and facilities. Approved by the Health and Management Group, October 2011. Updated November 2014
Human Tissue Act - Standard Operating Procedure for the Creation, Retention and Destruction of Research Records »07 June 2012
The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the creation and retention of research documents associated the collection of HTA relevant material. It also details the procedure for document destruction. Approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 7 June 2012.
Human Tissue Act Compliance Audit for the Research Sector »06 November 2012
The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the audit arrangements in place to monitor compliance with the Human Tissue Act. Revisions approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 6 November 2012.
Initial EIA Screening Form »13 December 2005
Appendix 2 of the Equalities Impact Assessment Guidance. Form to be completed for College policies to assess whether a policy requires a full equalities impact assessment.
Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 »14 March 2011
The Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 sets out to promote diversity and equality of opportunity with regard to gender; support the College's commitment to targeting gender discrimination and to identify and remove any barriers to progress. The scheme succeeds the College's Gender Equality Scheme 2008 which was drafted in accordance with the Equality Act 2006. Approved by Principal's Central Team, 14 March 2011
This document outlines the principle health and safety responsibilities for all personnel with managerial responsibilities for College staff. Additionally, Appendices A and E summarise, for information, allied roles and responsibilities. December 2010, updated March 2015
Procedure for use of the College Seal, including the situations in which the Seal should be used and who is authorised to attest to the use of the Seal
The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the procedure to be followed to ensure that SOPs are produced in a consistent format and that they are adequately controlled so that staff work to the same closely controlled standards. Approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 29 May 2013.
Quality Assurance Handbook 2014-15 »26 September 2014
The full procedures for programme approval, monitoring and review, postgraduate research degrees approval and monitoring, Core Code of Practice for Research Degrees, Core Code of Practice for Research Governance anD Dissertation Framework and and Assessment and External Examiners, along with Note of Guidance and template forms.