1. You should not report fraud, bribery and corruption to your line manager. Why?
2. You have suspicions that one of you colleagues is working at the local supermarket whilst they are off work sick. What should you do?
3. Who can investigate potential Fraud, Bribery and Corruption within your organisation?
4. Do you, as an employee of an NHS Healthcare Provider, have a part to play in countering NHS Fraud, Bribery and Corruption?
5. Within your organisation who is responsible for ensuring compliance with the NHS Anti-Crime Strategy?
6. What must you do if you suspect that Fraud, Bribery or Corruption is occurring within the Trust?
7. You think you know of fraud, bribery or corruption being carried out but you have no evidence. What must you do?
8. Why must all employees be aware of, and comply with, the organisations policies by declaring other employment and business interests?
9. What is the name of the governing body responsible for Counter Fraud work?
10. Which of the following scenarios could be considered fraudulent? (Tick all that apply)…
11. You have evidence of fraud, bribery or corruption. What must you do?
12. How can you find out more information about Counter Fraud Arrangements within the Trust? (Tick all that apply)
13. You have been offered tickets to a major sporting event by a supplier who your Trust usually purchases from in exchange for important tender information. The tickets cost in excess of £100 each. You refuse the tickets. What should you do?
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