This training will be facilitated by the Company or contracted to an outside agency having expertise in this area. All Lead Supervisors shall be provided with Incident Investigation training prior to being promoted to that position. The Company shall provide the necessary measures, through the Hierarchy of Control Protocol, to ensure a safe environment for employees and customers alike. Responsibilities All employees who witness, or are informed of, an incident, shall report the incident to the Lead Supervisor for Investigation. All near-misses shall be investigated by the Lead Supervisor and reported in the same manner as any minor injury.
* Cooperate with the employer in respect of Health and Safety matters .Not intentionally damage any Health and safety equipment or materials provided by the employer * Attend training provided by the employer * Use protective equipment provide by the employer In respect of the prevention of infection, you must think about the prevention and control for you and others around you. Basic controls are: * Dispose of waste correctly * Wash hands when appropriate * Keep equipment clean * Remain vigilant and report potential hazards * Attend infection control training and keep updated * Wear clean PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for each person * Maintaining personal hygiene. It is the responsibility of an employees to take precautionary measures to prevent and control the spread of infection in the workplace. They are responsible to work safely to protect themselves, other staff, visitors and individuals from infections. As an employees, they must ensure that they attend all necessary trainings that their employers provide regarding infection control and prevention.
o Fearful of loss of dignity. o Fearful of loss of independence due to depending on others. o Individual may suffer quietly due to continence being a sensitive, personal and intimate issue. o Increase risk of falls due to increased continence needs. o Increase anxiety and stress Question 2 Common causes of difficulties with continence include: o Increased age o Weak or damaged pelvic floor muscles o Nerve damage (caused by child birth.
Unit 4223-030 Helen Harding Emergency first aid skills Reflective account Preserve/prevent worsening/promote recovery Outcome 1 Access a situation quickly and calmly, protecting yourself and any casualties from danger. If possible wear gloves and apron to help prevent cross-infection. Keep casualty comfortable and reassure casualty. Asses the casualty, provide early treatment. Treat casualties with the most serious conditions first and arrange for appropriate help.
What action to take if you suspect abuse… Every member of staff has a professional and moral duty to report any witnessed or suspected abuse to their senior or line manager. If you witness/suspect abuse or any unsafe practices firstly ensure the safety of the individual (if in immediate danger). If you witness unsafe practices discuss with the colleague about the unsafe practice and the risks involved; show the safe way to do and explain how it minimises the risk. All abuse allegations and unsafe practices MUST be reported to your senior or line manager on duty IMMEDIATELY. Ensure any verbal reports have been put into writing and make a copy for your manager and keep a copy for yourself!
I must report any danger that I think can cause harm to myself or others, I have a responsibility to follow company procedures and policies always within my own role. 2/ The standards that influence my job role are:- * Code of Practice * Health and safety at work act 1974 * Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 * Management of Health and Safety at work Regulations 1999 3/ Ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work is to remain professional at all times, if there were any concerns then report back to manager immediately. Ensure that a client with person centred value needs are met and that they are comfortable and promote independence at all times Outcome 2 Be able to reflect on own work Activities 1/ Reflecting on work activities enables myself to have an understanding of my skills, competencies, knowledge and professional outcome. This will help me learn and identify new constructive or different approaches in future practice. This will also help with problem solving.
Aiii: The principles to be followed for safe moving and handling are that there needs to be risk assessments and procedures done to minimise the risk of injury to the employee. This may include recommended amount of people required to move an object, specific equipment needed and training to safe about handling equipment safety. Aiv: It is important to follow the care plan and communicate with each individual when assisting and moving as moving them incorrectly may cause them to be injured or discomfort. You need to inform and discuss with the person in concern about how to be moved, provide help and equipment when required. Av: Doctors are responsible for prescribing medication.
1.2 Explain employers’ responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of Infection. Employers should make the workplace a safe environment that is safe for work but also for all individuals and visitors. Employers must carry out risk assessments to assess the dangers of certain work activities and then are responsible for putting strategies in place for minimizing the risk. Employers must provide PPE and provide training and refresher updates on infection control. 2.1 Outline current legislation and regulatory body standards which are relevant to the Prevention and control of infection.
Regularly do risk assessments so that they can minimise and identify any potential risk that could hard staff or service users. To make sure that I am safe at all times and I don’t put others at risk due to my actions. Make sure that we only do things that we are trained to do and the way that we have been trained to do so. Keep our training all up to date and make sure that we make note of any changes passed on by our manager. To make sure that all employees are health and safety trained and keeps them all up to date with any changes.
1.2 - As an employer all staff should be trained in infection control, to be able to notice potential risks. The correct PPE should be available for staff, staff should have a understanding of infection control polices and procedures. Which should be made available by employer. 2.1- There are a few legislations and regulatory body standards, that are relevant to the prevention and control of infection. The health and safety at work act, which ensures the safety of members