Compliance & Safeguarding

Our processes are rigorous and highly controlled, ensuring every professional we deliver is thoroughly vetted and maintains your high standards of compliance.

Our services are underpinned by outstanding customer care, safeguarding the reputation of both professionals and businesses.

Our process

A personal consultation is conducted to gain an understanding of the candidates’ experience, their requirements and their suitability to work within their professional field.

All candidates complete our registration pack including:

  •   Professional conduct
  •   DBS (Disclosure Barring Service),
  •   WTD (Working Time Directive),
  •   Confidentiality and National Fraud Initiative declarations.

We sight and copy passport and visas (if applicable) and follow the Prevention of Illegal Working legislation as set out by the UK Visas and Immigration agency.

Copies of all qualifications and registration documents are taken and recorded along with all training certificates issued in the last 12 months.

Arch Resourcing obtains an Enhanced Disclosure for all candidates and Enhanced DBS certificates are renewed annually.

A Children's Barred List (formerly List 99) clearance is performed for all candidates interviewed, ensuring candidates are not included on the list of known child offenders.

Candidates submit contact details for professional references for the last 3 years including the most recent/current employer.

All original documents are sighted by our trained Candidate Compliance team members.

Ethical and inclusive recruitment

Arch Resourcing recruits ethically and transparently, reflecting the diversity of local communities and regional and national labour markets, enabling our clients to continue to serve the community effectively 

Supporting scalable future workforce planning, and enabling the businesses to scale sustainably, Arch delivers the much-needed specialists across all grades, while being considerate of the complexities of public spend, service improvements, medical advances and changing patient needs and expectations.

Encouraging flexible working requirements, we advise and develop innovative solutions to workforce planning, supporting the required movement across location. We recruit both domestically and internationally, highlighting career opportunities and ultimately increasing staff retention.

In line with legislation and best practice recorded in our Equality and Diversity policy, Arch Resourcing employees receive induction and annual training in compliance with Equality Act 2010 and the Gender Recognition Act 2004.

Credentials inspiring confidence

Proudly on the CCS framework for RM62229 Permanent Recruitment 2

Lot 1 – Clinical Recruitment & Lot 2 – General Recruitment (non-clinical)



Ensuring our organisation has the technological capabilities to mitigate risk from cyber threats.

Cyber Essentials certificate

Cyber Essentials certificate

APSCo is a not-for-profit membership trade association focused on raising standards in the recruitment profession, promoting best practice through the APSCo Code of Conduct.

APSCo member

APSCo member

We believe in workplace diversity which creates an environment of respect, development, shared ideas and sustainable growth.  Where employees and treated equally and are not disadvantaged by prejudices or bias.

Equal Opportunities Employer

Equal Opportunities Employer