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					                     HPSS Agencies and Bodies
                       SCREENING TEMPLATE
For further information on screening, please refer to the leaflet entitled ‘What
staff need to know about screening for equality’ available from your
organisation’s equality contact.

(1)   INFORMATION ABOUT THE POLICY


 Title of policy:

 CORPORATE CREDIT CARD POLICY AND PROCEDURES- NIPEC




 Description of policy (what it covers/ who it applies to)

 This policy describes the role and responsibilities of the authorised user of
 NIPEC’s corporate credit card (chief executive) as agreed by NIPEC’s audit
 committee. It also outlines the role of CSA finance in maintaining strict
 financial control of credit card usage and implementing procedures to ensure
 that a full reconciliation of all transactions is completed each month.
 for requesting access to documents and items stored within these safes.
 Aims of policy (what it is meant to do)

 Effective and robust procedures to ensure proper use of the corporate credit
 card.




(2)   SCREENING THE POLICY

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Is there any evidence that different groups have different needs,
experiences, issues and priorities in relation to the policy (taking into
consideration any evidence of higher or lower uptake by any of the 9
different groups)? [PLEASE COMPLETE THE TABLE BELOW]

Group        Yes/No   If Yes, please briefly give details

Gender       NO

Age          NO

Religion     NO

Political    NO
Opinion

Marital      NO
Status

Dependent NO
Status

Disability   NO

Ethnicity    NO

Sexual      NO
Orientation




Is there an opportunity to better promote equality of opportunity or
good relations by altering the policy or working with others in
government or in the larger community? If so, what would you suggest?
 N/A




                                     2
Please detail information and views (e.g. of colleagues or service users)
that you used to make your screening judgement.

 Views of staff sought on draft procedures and comments noted and
 considered when finalising these. Policy also shared with and approved by
 NIPEC’s audit committee.




SHOULD THE POLICY BE SUBJECT TO EQUALITY IMPACT
ASSESSMENT?

Equality impact assessment procedures are confined to those policies
considered likely to have significant implications for equality of opportunity.
If your screening has indicated that a policy is having an adverse
differential  impact,    how     would     you     categorise   it?
Please tick.

                  Significant impact             -

                  Low impact                     -

Do you consider that this policy needs to be submitted to a full equality
impact assessment?

                                Yes          -

                                No       



If No but the policy has significant impacts, please give reasons for your
recommendation.

N/A




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(3) Human Rights Screening of the Policy

To assess the impact of the policy/decision on Human Rights [PLEASE
COMPLETE THE TABLE BELOW]

ARTICLE                            POSITIVE   NEGATIVE   NOT     NEUTRAL
                                   IMPACT     IMPACT     KNOWN   IMPACT

Article 2 – Right to life                                        

Article 3 – Right to freedom                                     
from torture, inhuman or
degrading treatment or
punishment

Article 4 – Right to freedom                                     
from slavery, servitude &
forced or compulsory labour

Article 5 – Right to liberty &                                   
security of person

Article 6 – Right to a fair &                                    
public trial within a reasonable
time

Article 7 – Right to freedom                                     
from retrospective criminal law
& no punishment without law.

Article 8 – Right to respect for                                 
private & family life, home and
correspondence.

Article 9 – Right to freedom of                                  
thought, conscience & religion

Article 10 – Right to freedom                                    
of expression

Article 11 – Right to freedom                                    
of assembly & association

Article 12 – Right to marry &                                    
found a family

Article 14 – Prohibition of                                      
discrimination in the enjoyment
                                        4
of the convention rights

Article 1, 1st protocol – Right to                                  
a peaceful enjoyment of
possessions & protection of
property

Article 2, 1st protocol – Right of                                  
access to education

Article 3, 1st protocol – Right to                                  
free elections

Article 1, 6th protocol –                                           
Abolition of the death penalty



Please outline human rights issues (if any) identified at this stage.

N/A




Policy Screened by: Janet Hall, CSM


Date:     June 2006




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