Requiring Flood Prevention when Issuing Improvement Notices 19th June 2019 RIAMS Sponsoring the John Connell Awards 2019 12th June 2019 The Noise App New Animal Health Library Now Available 11th June 2019 RIAMS New Trainers Wanted 5th June 2019 Training Launching our new Animal Health Library at the CTSI Symposium   5th June 2019 RIAMS CIEH Noise Survey 2019 4th June 2019 The Noise App Last Chance to Book Your Place on the Improving Food Safety Conference 4th June 2019 Training Join our Mailing List for Updates Straight to Your Inbox 30th May 2019 RIAMS New RIAMS User Guides Now Available 28th May 2019 RIAMS Refresh Your Investigation Skills with RHE 23rd May 2019 Training How Can RIAMS Help with Tackling Noise Nuisance? 22nd May 2019 RIAMS Using The Noise App to Tackle Complaints 21st May 2019 The Noise App Noise Action Week Begins 21st May 2019 The Noise App New Categories Now Available on Reportable 15th May 2019 Reportable New RIAMS Now Available 14th May 2019 RIAMS Book The Must-Attend Food Conference of 2019 Now! 13th May 2019 Training Positive Social Outcomes from Citizen Reporting 10th May 2019 The Noise App New RIAMS Website Going Live Next Week 8th May 2019 RIAMS e-Learning Courses Available Through RHE 7th May 2019 Training Supreme Court Decision on Mechanically Separated Meat 2nd May 2019 RIAMS The Noise Nuisance Solution 2nd May 2019 The Noise App The New App for Accurate and Secure Reporting  1st May 2019 Reportable New Housing App Under Development  30th April 2019 RIAMS

Benefits of Using RIAMS: Sharing Information

3rd December 2018 RIAMS

There are a few ways to share information through RIAMS and in this post, we are going to focus on how everyone can do this through RIAMS Communities.

For those who do not use Communities, this is our free discussion platform which is limited for use by those with a local government email address. There is a variety of public communities available for all users and RIAMS subscribers have the additional option to create private groups for discussion and information sharing.

We spoke with a couple of subscribers from Northern Ireland, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, about creating private communities, why this method works for them and how it’s helped. This is what they had to say:

“The Department of Health’s (DoH) Home Accident Prevention Strategy (2015-2025) sets out the regional strategic policy that is necessary in order to achieve a reduction in the number of accidental deaths and injuries in the home. The Public Health Agency (PHA) is the lead on the implementation of the strategy, with councils being specifically identified as having a role in delivering the Strategy. The Home Accident Prevention Strategic Implementation Group (HAPSIG) is the over-arching, multi-organisational regional group and an action plan was drawn up to enable implementation of the strategy. To assist with this, 3 sub-groups were set up:

1. Home Safety Check Scheme Sub-group
2. Communications and Education Sub-group
3. Research and Development Group

“To help with sharing of information across the various organisations, a HAPSIG Communications and Education Community was set up under RIAMS. The Community easily enables the group to collectively pool resources and share examples of good practice. It was also developed to be a central point for accessing minutes of sub-group meetings, regional and national policy, and information campaigns.”

If you would like to find out more about creating private groups in Communities and how these can help, please contact us on riams@rheglobal.com or call 01239 711793. Additionally, if there are any features in addition to those above you’d like us to highlight, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on kwright@rheglobal.com or call 01239 711793. 

Other blogs in this series:
One-stop Shop for You and Your Team (published on 12 November)
Regularly Reviewed Content (published on 19 November)
Improving Consistency (published on 29 November)
Sharing Information
Uploading Content (to be published on 10 December)
Accrue CPD (to be published on 17 December)