Class 7: How SEPA is performing

Here you will find information about how SEPA performs as an organisation, and how well it delivers its functions and services

The information we publish under this class

Information published

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External reports e.g., annual report, performance statements required by statute (e.g., section 32 of the Public Service Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 if applicable. Refer to SEPA's Annual Report

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Performance indicators and performance against them. SEPA reports on its performance against key targets to the Agency Board on both an annual and quarterly basis. Website:
Mainstreaming Equality Reports produced under the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) (Scotland) Regulations 2012, as amended

SEPA’s Equality mainstreaming and outcome progress report 2017

  • Mainstreaming Public Sector Equality Duty (page 12)
  • Equality Outcome (page 38 and action plan page 40)
  • Equality Outcomes Progress (page 19)
  • Public Sector Equality Duty (page 30)
  • SEPA Board Members and Diversity (page 10)
  • Gender Pay Gap and Equal Pay (page 34 and 35)

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Employee and board equality monitoring reports, produced under the Equality Act 2010/>(Specific Duties) (Scotland) Regulations 2012, as amended

Equal Pay Statement

Equality Outcomes - setting out what we want to achieve over the next few years.

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Equality Impact Assessments produced under the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) (Scotland) Regulations 2012, as amended SEPA’s equality impact assessments for all our relevant policies and projects covering the protected characteristics. This ensures that we also meet the general public sector equality duty giving due regard to the elimination of discrimination, the advancement of equality of opportunity and the fostering of good relations.

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