Opening Hours

 

Monday 9am-5pm

Tuesday 9am-5pm

Wednesday 9am-5pm

Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9-5pm

Closed Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays

​24 Hour access to all Trust

employees using a Trust swipe card

Get in Touch

 

Tel: 01246 513035

Email: crhft.library@nhs.net

 

 

 

Education Centre Library

Education Centre

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Calow

Chesterfield

Derbyshire

S44 5BL

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Use Social Media Safely

Privacy and security settings: Learn about and use the privacy and security settings on social networks. They are there to help you control who sees what you post and manage your online experience in a positive way.

 

Once posted, always posted: Protect your reputation on social networks. What you post online stays online. Think twice before posting pictures you wouldn’t want your parents or future employers to see. Recent research found that 70% of job recruiters rejected candidates based on information they found online.

 

Keep personal info personal: Be cautious about how much personal information you provide on social networking sites. The more information you post, the easier it may be for a hacker or someone else to use that information to steal your identity, access your data, or commit other crimes such as stalking.

 

Know what action to take: If someone is harassing or threatening you, remove them from your friends list, block them, and report them to the site administrator.

 

PC Protection: Having the latest security software, web browser and operating system are the best defences against viruses’ malware and other online threats.

 

Make passwords long & strong: Combine capital & lowercase letters with numbers & symbols to create a more secure password.

 

Unsure – then delete: Links to emails, tweets, posts and online advertising are often the way cyber criminals compromise your computer. If it looks suspicious, even if you know the source, it’s best to delete or if appropriate, mark as junk mail.