The facility that I used to work at attended VBACs if a low incision had been made, and if good healing had occurred (for example, if mom was treated for a uterine infection post-vbac, we would not attend the VBAC). Absolutely no induction or augmentation of labor with VBACs. Otherwise everything as usual. No ability to do c-sections (it was a birth center, we had to transport for complications that required surgical birth).
The facility I work at now has a no VBAC policy.
I also wonder how facilities (such as my current employer) that attend births at all can use the justification "No VBACs, because we don't have 24 hour onsite OR, so we aren't equipped for an emergency c-section." Well, if that is a requirement for safety, then you pretty much aren't safe doing any births. I've seen more complications for other things than I have for uterine rupture. That has never made sense to me.