MIL-OSI UK: Guidance: Healthcare regulatory policy and healthcare regulations (DSA02)

Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

This Ministry of Defence (MOD) healthcare policy and regulations document is issued by the Defence Medical Services Regulator (DMSR) and forms the basis of the MOD’s regulatory framework for healthcare. It should be read by personnel, people and organisations conducting healthcare activity on behalf of the MOD (including support, facilitation, assurance, management and leadership), in both the UK and overseas. The regulations set out in this document are the minimum standards to be adopted for healthcare safety; they are mandatory and full compliance is required.
This document is in 3 parts: * foreword and safety message * chapter 1: details the DMSRs Policy overview * chapter 2: comprises healthcare Regulatory Articles (RA’s)
Readers are advised to read all parts in order to understand the regulatory framework.
Further information can be obtained from the Defence Medical Services Regulator by emailing dsa-dmsr-gp@mod.gov.uk
Regular reviews will be conducted and this DSA02 document will be updated as required. These Defence Healthcare Regulatory Policy and Healthcare Regulations are effective from January 2019

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MIL-OSI UK: Guidance: Tri-service pension codes: April 2018

Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

Tri-service pension codes: April 2018 – GOV.UK

Revised rates of service retired pay and pensions, service invaliding retired pay and pensions, service attributable retired pay and pensions, gratuities and resettlement grants.

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The revised rates apply to all personnel who are members of the Armed Forces Pension Scheme 1975 and whose last day of service is on or after the 31 March 2018.

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Published 16 January 2019

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MIL-OSI UK: Guidance: Human security in military operations (JSP 1325)

Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

It acknowledges that civilians, especially the bodies of women and girls, have become an extension of the battlefield. In such a climate UK military personnel are morally and ethically bound to understanding the role they can play in preventing and responding to such human rights violations.
Based on UN Security Council Resolution 1325 the JSP explains how an understanding of the human terrain can be enhanced by engaging more with Civil Society. This interaction will then contribute to enhanced situational awareness leading to more successful protection of civilian’s strategies.
The JSP offers guidance on how military planners can integrate the following cross-cutting conflict dynamics in to operational staff work: Women, peace and security, children affected by armed conflict, human trafficking and protection of civilians.

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MIL-OSI UK: Guidance: Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO): civilian housing briefs

Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

Published 27 March 2015Last updated 20 December 2018 + show all updates
20 December 2018 Added: Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2019
12 September 2018 Updated Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs list 2018.
15 May 2018 Updated the Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2018.
18 January 2018 Updated housing brief list following changes to contacts details.
5 January 2018 Updated following changes to contact details.
13 November 2017 Added updated Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO): civilian housing briefs 2018.
30 October 2017 Added JSHAO housing briefs for 2018.
27 October 2017 Added updated Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2017.
18 September 2017 Added updated Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2017.
22 May 2017 Updated civilian housing briefs.
22 March 2017 Added updated document.
10 February 2017 Added updated document.
20 January 2017 Updated the 2017 briefs list.
16 December 2016 Added: Updated Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2017
5 December 2016 Updated: Joint Service Housing Advice Office: civilian housing briefs 2017
18 November 2016 Added 2017 list of housing briefs.
12 July 2016 Updated housing brief document.
27 June 2016 Added updated JSHAO housing briefs to include additional brief at Kendrew Barracks, Cottesmore in October 2016.
20 May 2016 Added updated housing briefs dates calendar as email addresses have been updated.
29 October 2015 Added calendar for JSHAO housing briefs in 2016.
27 March 2015 First published.

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MIL-OSI UK: Guidance: MOD byelaws: Hampshire

Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

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To be reviewed
The following sites are on the current programme to be reviewed. Unfortunately in some cases the department no longer holds copies of the relevant byelaws listed below or byelaws do not currently exist and consequently in these cases no active hyperlink is in place. It is possible, however, that copies may still be held in local county record offices, but no physical check has been made by MOD.
Lapsed
Over the years the MOD has sold or transferred the freehold or relinquished the leasehold at a significant number of sites that were once the subject of byelaws.
This list may also be helpful in showing for environmental and historical research those areas of the country once occupied by MOD. Unfortunately in some cases the department no longer holds copies of the relevant byelaws listed below and consequently in these cases no active hyperlink is in place. It is possible, however, that copies may still be held in local county record offices, but no physical check has been made by MOD.
Revoked
Over the years the MOD has reviewed existing byelaws, in the process revoking previous byelaws. The MOD has also revoked byelaws on land that is in the process of being disposed of. This list may be helpful in showing for environmental and historical research those areas of the country once occupied by MOD.
Unfortunately in some cases the department no longer holds copies of the relevant byelaws listed below and consequently in these cases no active hyperlink is in place. It is possible, however, that copies may still be held in local county record offices, but no physical check has been made by MOD.”
Related Information
Ministry of Defence: byelaws review
List of byelaws to be reviewed
Public access to military areas
The defence training estate

Published 31 March 2011Last updated 6 December 2018 + show all updates

6 December 2018 Collated all Hampshire byelaws on one page.
12 July 2013 Updated summary
31 March 2011 First published.

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