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Role of the designated safeguarding lead (DSL)
Learn about the responsibilities of the DSL and requirements for the role. You will also find information on deputy DSLs, training, and time for the DSL role.
- Main areas of responsibility
- Eligibility to be the DSL
- Availability and time for the role
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