Place appropriate mats in the bathroom as well as inside/outside the tub bath. | Trip (accident) | When mats or rugs are rugged or folded up, smalls objects left on the floor (i.e. brush, bucket, etc), uneven floors, etc. | Inform your supervisor about the obstructions on the floor or if the carpet is not placed correctly, remove all the objects from the floor and inform to others. In case of electrical wires on the floor make sure they are not on the way.
* Exposure to Hot and Harmful Substances Oil and other fluids such as water are commonplace in kitchens and it’s important that you take extreme care when working with or in close proximity to hot liquids. Always ensure they are covered when not directly working with them and be careful when carrying any pans or containers with hot liquids in which could splash and scald either yourself or fellow workers. The HSE also publishes safe procedures for things like opening steam doors and the draining and cleaning of fat fryers, for example. Other substances which can be harmful are cleaning materials which, if handled incorrectly, can cause skin rashes and conditions such as dermatitis. Even handling certain foods can cause dermatitis and other
Food should be thrown out or refrigerated after being left out for 2 hours. All reheated food should be heated to 140 degrees F. Make sure you practice good hygiene, by washing your hands, washing utensils before using again, heating properly and storing properly. 1.3 Personal protective clothing (ppe) should be worn when handling food to prevent the spread of germs or bacteria for example if you have a small cut on your hand it could get infected or you could spread infection onto the food therefore spreading to the service user. Using aprons will protect your clothing from becoming dirty but also prevent any bacteria on your clothing spreading onto surfaces and the food you are preparing. Gloves and aprons will also protect your skin from burns from oils, very hot liquids and food containers.
When they shoved him into the room it was bright and empty with nothing but Edward. This effect of low lighting outside and bottom angle lighting from the flashlight makes the robbers seem dangerous and unsafe. Once Edward was inside the room, it was very bright. This high key lighting helps portray Edward as innocent. In this scene, you see Edward dressed in black with nothing to hide in such a well lit
MU2.4 – CONTRIBUTE TO CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S HEALTH AND SAFETY 2.2 Identify the differences between risk and hazard. A hazard is something that exists that is likely to cause harm, and a risk is something that doesn’t exist but could - and if it did exist it would become a hazard. 2.3 Identify potential hazards to the health, safety and security of children or young people in the work setting. Health- Make sure the setting is clean and tidy. And healthy snack options are available for the children.
Unit 39 Infection prevention & Control P1, 2) Explain how infections are caused by different pathogens and how pathogenic micro-organisms grow and spread. Infections are always in the air, no matter how hard people try to prevent infections they will catch them. Infections can be caused by different pathogens such as touching someone or something, being in the same room as someone sneezing or coughing, it can ever be caused through stroking a pet. Pathogenic infections can grow and spread into disease which consists of bacteria, viruses and fungi. This can happen in a care home easily, as older people are very fragile and prone to infections.
UNIT 4222-233 Meet food safety requirements when providing food and drink for individuals Outcome 1 Understand the importance of food safety measures when providing food and drink for individuals 1. Identify potential food safety hazards when preparing,serving,clearing away and storing food and drink When preparing food, you must be sure the area is completely clean and free of bacteria before starting. Clean the cutting board after each use, using bleach or disinfectant solution cleaning up after meats or poultry. Keep foods at proper temperatures, to avoid bacterial growth and the possibility of food poisoning. Keep hot foods hot, and cold foods cold.
“Every grain of rice seems to be a maggot. Everything seems to stink”. With experience, he grew to realize that most disposed items are valuable, in good condition, and can be reused. He sees how one could get carried away and may want to keep everything they find, but knows that a scavenger should only keep what they need and be immediately put to use. Eighner also describes how there is a difference between scavenging in public dumpsters, and going through an individuals garbage can.
Other factors to consider are your child’s age, the parts of the toys, and the educational value. When selecting toys for young children, certain guidelines need to be met, so that the child is not at risk for harm in any way and so that they can learn effectively. Young children learn by putting toys in their mouths, so any toys selected for a young child to play with, must not have any small or loose parts as this can lead to choking or death. The toys should also be well made and durable so that parts do not break off. The toys need to be interesting and appealing to a young child.
It will then explain some of the advantages and why it should not be banned by parents. It has been argued that the freedom of children and teenagers to use the internet may lead them to experience serious problems by accessing inappropriate content (Raising Children Network 2012, p4). There will be a possibility for children to unintentionally click harmful sites that contain violence, videos of naked people and vulgar materials that can affect their mental development. However, parents can control children’s online activity to address this problem. For instance, do not let them get online in a private room, such as their bedroom, so it will be easier to keep an eye on their activity.