These policies detail the principles that underpin how we work with audiences, artists and staff.
Each policy contains contact details if you have any specific feedback or questions.
This complaints policy is for applicants to or participants in Watershed’s creative projects and details Watershed's structured process for handling complaints.
We aim to promote a culture of dignity and respect where all employees, customers, clients and other external parties are treated fairly and with respect; in an environment that is free from any form of unacceptable behaviour including discrimination, harassment and bullying.
Our environmental policy sets out the areas of focus where we believe we can make an impact on environmental sustainability.
Watershed seeks to be inclusive across all areas of our business. By producing authentic, welcoming spaces and engaged programmes, we strive to reflect, include and champion audiences, artists and staff from all backgrounds.
How Watershed protects your personal information, what information we request from you and how we collect and processes your information.
How use personal information within the recruitment process to allow us to manage the recruitment process, assess applicant’s suitability for the role they are applying for, confirm a candidate's suitability for employment and decide who to hire.
Protecting children, young people and adults at risk who engage with Watershed activities the overarching principles that guide our approach to safeguarding.