If I have any concerns whatsoever regarding the management of infectious diseases in the workplace, I should contact line / project manager, whom will then seek professional advice. All employees must also observe general precautions, other rules specific to a particular work activity must also be observe red. Roles and responsibilities of personnel in relation to infection control. Explain employers’ roles and responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of infection. It is the responsibility of the employer to provide employees with information on such policies, as well as ensure all employees receive sufficient training where necessary.
It should be reviewed regularly and all the members of staff need to have a clear understanding of the risk assessment process. It recognises that any care activities, the care settings and any equipment can be hazardous, so the steps are taken to minimise the risk to people. It ensures that all the service user, staff, visitor are free of harm and maintain safe and healthy work place. The health and safety organisation have classified the risk assessment into five stages: 1. Identifying the risk | What are hazards?
Effective Use of the Grievance Procedure for Settlement of Disputes HR 586: Labor Relations April 6, 2012 Thesis Conflicts may rise in the workplace how they are handled is critically important. In order to solve a dispute in the workplace there has to be a solution that makes sense when determining the facts. The best way to settle disputes is through a formal process called a grievance. In fact, every organization should have a grievance procedure established in order to ensure that every employee gets and/or reaps the same benefits. “Grievance Procedure is a step by step process an employee must follow to get their complaints addressed satisfactorily.
Soonest as possible but not later than 24hours of my suspicions I call to the office and contact the Safeguarding Tem. 5.2.2 Explain the actions to take if an individual alleges that they are being abused: In case when the individual have been abused, I take the event seriously. I always d follow the company´s Policies and Procedures, keeping the Confidentiality and proceeding by the Importance of Agreed Ways of Working. I should protect the person. Report to safeguarding Authority or to the police.
What are the specific regulations and safe working practices and procedures that apply to your work activities? Specific regulations and safe working practices are laid out in company manual along with procedures for work activities. It is important to identify all hazards and risks before work begins to avoid danger. Risk assessment identifies hazards and their risks. Method statements establish safe working systems such as permits to work etc to control the risks.
Ensuring all staff/visitors to the site have a health and safety induction before being actually allowed on site, he also may be responsible for ensuring that all staff/visitors adhere to health and safety rules whilst on site, maintaining statutory and other notices give example, the reporting and subsequent investigating of any incidents under RIDDOR, also the responsibility for regular inspection of the welfare facilities, and for ensuring action is taken to maintain the required standard This would be consistent with what the employer and site manager wishes it to be and which would be dependent, or limited to, the level of the his/her competence, especially in respect to H&S issues. 2) With which individuals would the site manager have the most contact with both on and off the site in respect to these activities?? The individuals the SM should have most contact with, in respect to all H&S issues, are their immediate supervisor/manager or the company's health and safety manager/adviser/officer. The assistant site manager will spend more time out of the site than the SM, so he will be vigilant looking for unsafe practices, sub-contractors not working to method statements; barriers warning notices etc requiring reconfiguring, or subject to unauthorised modification, and any
• Depending on the threat if it’s an internal threat from a staff member I would inform Human Resources, just in case we need to follow up with any disciplinary actions. • Any external threat be it personal or to the company, would get the police involved. • Conduct a full investigation so a full report can be put together, making sure that all the facts are correct and any evidence that needs to be gathered be completed with continuity. If the police are involved making sure that all information and reports are passed on so they can continue with their own investigation. • Make sure all internal documentation is completed on a Human Resources level.
3) Understand procedures for responding to accidents and sudden illness * Any accidents that occur at work must be recorded in the accident report book. * The record must include: the date and method of reporting, the date, time and place of the event, personal details of those involved and a brief description of the nature of the event or disease. * Only trained staff can give first aid but if a staff member finds that a person has had an accident or sudden illness then they must always call for help immediately and make the area as safe and private as possible, wait for help to arrive and then follow the trained person’s instructions. Assessment criteria The learner can: 1.1 Identify legislation relating to general health and safety in a health or social care working setting. * The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 *
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Employees must cooperate with these arrangements and take reasonable care of themselves and others. Employers have a duty to display a health and safety law poster. Control of Substances Hazardous To Health Regulations (COSSH) 1994 Early years setting’s regularly uses cleaning products that could potentially be hazardous. Cleaning maybe required after toileting or paint spillages or any other accident. The following guidelines should be followed to minimise risk of injury: Employers should give training on control measures and how to use them, provide protective clothing and equipment along with emergency procedures.