You must avoid acting in a way that may undermine public confidence in the profession or bring the profession into disrepute. You must notify CNHC at the earliest opportunity if you are convicted of a criminal offence or receive a conditional caution.
You must get and follow professional advice about whether or how you should modify your own practice when clients may be at risk because of your own mental or physical health. You must notify CNHC at the earliest opportunity if you have a health issue that could affect your ability to practise.
If you come into contact professionally with children, young people or adults at risk because of abuse, neglect or self-harm you must safeguard and protect their welfare. You must find out about local procedures in your area and follow them if you suspect a child, young person or adult is at risk.