As a multisite organisation, you need to consider if you will publish one or more The Data Security and Protection Toolkit is an online self-assessment tool that allows health and social care organisations to provide assurance that they are undertaking good data security and that personal information is handled correctly. The T More (DSPT) submissions to cover all of your branches.
To do this, you first need to identify your ODS codes. We have guidance on How to find your ODS codes which also explains what the codes are and why they are important.
Multisite social care organisations can have lots of ODS codes. As ODS codes are linked to individual legal entities, this means that your organisation could have one HQ (parent) Coding is the use of computer programming languages to create software which gives computers instructions on what actions to perform. Computer code is what tells a computer how to operate. More with multiple site/branch (child codes) underneath. e.g.
Or, you might have multiple HQ (parent) codes, each with different site/branch (child) codes underneath. e.g.
Multisite providers have 2 options when it comes to completing the DSPT:
To decide which is right for your organisation, you need to consider these questions:
Do all your branches –
If you answered “Yes” to all of these then you can complete one Headquarters Assessment on the DSPT to cover all your branches.
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, you should complete more than one DSPT submission to cover your branches.
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