Has anyone come across this before?
My employer is introducing a scheme whereby all those staff who require a reasonable adjustment at work will complete this 'passport' which lists all the adjustments required.
The idea is that the 'passport' follows you around the organisation, if you change roles or work stations, and it informs management of what is needed to be done and what has already been previously agreed.
The aim is that we do not have to to repeatedly go through the palaver of having to disclose and negotiate every time we get a new boss (which is frequently..).
You only have to list the adjustments, not the medical reason behind them.
Its a huge document, although most of the pages detail the obligations under the Equalities Act for the information of the management.
Would be interested to hear from anyone who has anything similar running, and in particular, any pitfalls they have found.