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Work and Health Programme: You do not have to sign WHP documents or give reasons for not signing. #DoNotSign

August 2, 2018

Frank Zola

“There is no specific legislation that requires a Work and Health Programme (WHP)
voluntary participant to give a reason for declining to sign an action plan. We have asked
providers to note any reasons offered for the refusal to sign but the participant is not forced to supply a reason. A WHP mandatory participant is expected to comply with any
mandated activities set out in the action plan but again no legislation compels them to sign or provide reasons for refusing to sign, however, a failure to adhere to the mandated actions set out in the plan may lead to a compliance doubt referral being raised. ”
FOI reply – 31 July 2018: ‘Work and Health Programme: Participants “must” sign action planning evidence or give reason(s) for not doing so?





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  1. August 3, 2018 8:04 pm

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    Protection from Harassment Act 1997

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