Faculty staff can use this anonymous reporting tool to report any concern of bullying, harassment or other inappropriate behaviour.  The reporting tool uses the ‘Qualtrics’ survey tool.  The form does not require any of your details or identifiable details of another person if you do not wish to provide them, and please be assured that the form has been set up so that it does not record your IP address.  

We welcome both anonymous and named reports. You can report incidents against you or incidents that you have witnessed against someone else.  

Anonymous reports, or reports where you request no follow-up, will be used to aggregate figures relating to Departments, Divisions and Sections within the Faculty.   HR will focus appropriate training accordingly. If your report relates to any safeguarding or health and safety issue then action will need to be taken where this is required under the College’s associated policies.
  
Reports where you give your name can be used to follow up with you and to provide you with advice on next steps.  We will not progress the complaint until we have discussed next steps with you, neither will we proceed without your permission (unless the report relates to any safeguarding or health and safety issues – in which case action will need to be taken where this is required under the College’s associated policies).
 
Finally, the data will only be viewed by the Head of College Employee Relations and Medicine HR, who will treat the information confidentially unless you agree for the information to be shared further.  Aggregated data will be shared with Faculty Senior Management.  Any identifiable data you provide about yourself of another individual will be subject to, and handled in line with, the College’s Data Protection Policy.  Identifiable data downloaded from the reporting system will be held in a secure location with appropriate protections and in line with HR record retention policies.

The tool works on mobiles so can be taken out of the office environment.
 
If you are unsure of any definitions of bullying and harassment you can find definitions in the College's bullying and harassment policy


Have Your Say

Imperial College Faculty of Medicine also has a confidential Have your Say phone line for discussing incidents or raising concerns with the aim of addressing discrimination, harassment and /or bullying and other poor work behaviours.

Find out more about the Have Your Say campaign