Our working practices are guided by a series of policy documents designed to ensure that our work meets the highest standards of professional practice, in full compliance with relevant legislation. These policies have been put in place to protect the interests of our clients, staff and other stakeholders.
In particular we are bound by codes and standards of practice adopted and promoted by the following organisations:
- Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
- World Archaeological Congress
- Historic England
- Society for Museum Archaeologists
- Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers
The policies of University College London
We also have a strong platform of guidance and policy adopted by UCL, as well as more specific policies tailored for departmental and local use. The following links identify key policy statements, but the list is not exhaustive.
- UCL Human Resources Policies (including Equal Opportunities, Data Protection, Drug and Alcohol Misuse, Fraud and Financial Irregularities, Harrassment/Bullying, Information Security and Conflicts of Interest)
- UCL Environmental Sustainability Policy (2013)
- UCL Policy on working with Human Remains
- UCL Public Procurement Policy
- UCL Working with substances: approved code of practice
The policies of the Institute of Archaeology
- IoA Policy on Ethical guidelines for research (2008)
- IoA Policy on the illicit trade in antiquities (2008)
Policies specific to the working of Archaeology South-East
- ASE Policy on CPD (2010)
- ASE Environmental Policy (2010)
- ASE Outreach Policy (2014)
- ASE Health and Safety Policy (2013-2014)
- ASE Policy on the use of volunteers
ASE working manuals and recording systems
Our operations are also guided by a series of practice manuals.
These cover field and laboratory procedures embracing also quality
management. These procedural manuals are not available on-line, since a
thorough review of our recording systems is underway (2013 / 2014) in
the context of our new data management systems (ASEBASE), but can be
consulted individually on request.
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