Introducing reasonable adjustment passports for staff


July 21st, 2021

As our staff return to campus we want to provide as much support as possible with any reasonable adjustments you may need. We have launched our reasonable adjustment passport to support staff and managers to discuss, agree and record reasonable adjustments.

Read about the passport and guidance

A reasonable adjustment passport is a live record of adjustments agreed between the staff member and their line manager. The passport helps staff with disabilities or health conditions by:

  • ensuring there is a clear record of the agreed adjustments,
  • reducing the need to reassess adjustments as a result of changes to a staff member’s job or line manager,
  • acting as a template for conversations about current and future adjustments.

We aim to continuously improve the support we give to staff so we invite you to give us some feedback on the passport via a short survey. Your feedback will help us to improve the passport and guidance ensuring it is fit for purpose and provides the support that you need. More information and a link to the survey can be found in the reasonable adjustment passport guidance.

We also offer a toolkit for supporting disabled staff which provides an introduction to disability, mandatory training on staff equality, case studies, guidance and support to make reasonable adjustments. Our toolkit and passport (with guidance) are available here.

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