The Independent Safeguarding Authority’s role is to help prevent unsuitable people from working with children and vulnerable adults. Their Board and caseworkers assess whether individuals working or wishing to work in regulated activity pose a possible risk of harm to vulnerable.
Individuals are not required to register with the ISA or where a vulnerable adult arranges for individuals to.
Home > Disability Rights & Values > What is the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA)? Other groups of vulnerable adults might include pensioners, hospital patients and prisoners. To help ensure the safety of people with learning disabilities, and the safety of children and.