First purpose is you are planning what you will need for example what tools are required and what the job is. Secondly you need to write it out which others will see. This way if u are questioned on your work you can explain what they have asked so that you are accountable for you own work. 1.3 /1.4 I can explain realistic targets for my work by first making sure I have the resources I can use and if I have set a realistic time scale so I am able to do it in time, allowing myself to do other jobs that have been allocated to me. This lets me help my colleagues out with their jobs which could be passed on.
Information’s that are confidential should never been share outside the workplace. However they are situations and circumstances that could help or prevent harm or health and safely issues. Every organisation and Nursing Home or Care Home have they own policies in which are you are obligate to take preclusions with a confidential information’s. When those information’s are going to involve health or safety of a client or people around or even staff, those are have to be reported to a senior colleague and manager of a premises. Also I would think it would be very good if a carer would take some advise from a senior carers and talk to them to gain experience and best advice that you can get from a people who are doing a job longer and know what to expect and know the personnel and clients.
By doing this, if you are asked what you have done at any time, you can show it to them and be accountable for your work. 1.2 The importance of negotiating realistic targets is that it will help to get the job done on time. Whenever a plan is made to set a target, there has to be a realistic time frame used. This prevents working to tight deadlines, which in turn ensures the quality of work remains high. To ways to negotiate are, * Planning and preparation: Have clear cut objectives and stay by them.
* Take reasonable care not to put other people, including other employers and members of the public at risk by what I do at work * Co-operate with my employer making sure I have the proper training and I understand and follow my organizations health and safety policies. * Not to interfere of misuse anything that has been provided for my health and safety or welfare. * Report injuries, strains or illnesses that are suffered as a result of doing my job. * Tell my employer if something happens that might affect my ability to work, for example becoming pregnant or sustaining
You should never be asked or never undertake a job that you are not qualified or trained to do because you could be responsible if a client in your care is injured in the process and you will be putting yourself and others at risk if you do so. Your job description will be part of your contract and needs to be followed. The importance of full and up to date information. Your employers will give you clear and detailed information about your role and responsibilities and your agreed ways of working will be in the policies and procedures for your place of work. This will give you information about how you are to carry out your role in the correct way.
What key guidelines, procedures and codes of practice are relevant to your work? (1.1) Guidelines, procedures and codes of practice that relate to my work are very important as each of them gives me critical information on how to perform my job effectively and safely. Failing to follow these could potentially hurt myself, others or even more cause problems for the company I work for by falling foul of legislation. The procedures, guidelines and codes of practice relevant to my work are: Procedures: Reporting of accidents at work, fire drills, reporting absence from work and first aid procedures. Codes of practice: Good customer service, quality assurance, freedom of information and privacy of personal data.
* Employees Name – this shows who contract this is. Eg Asda, Matalan * Duties and responsibilities – this will show your main role to the company and who duties you are expected to do. 2a) List three key points of legislation that affect employers in a business environment. * Health and Safety – your manager and everyone you work with must abided by these rules to stop accidents and to comply by the law. * Data Protection – This must be followed for everyone due to the data protection act 1998 this means your manager or the person who holds everyone’s information must use this information in the correct lawful way.
Prioritising work can be done many other ways too. Another way could be to number the work or tasks in order of importance. This can be done by finding out deadline and due dated to start with then you will have a based to start prioritising work. A benefit to planning and being accountable for you own work is that you have a visible and accessible plan that allows you and your line manager or team leader to see quickly the daily tasks that you complete and it allows them to check that you understand your work objectives it also help to agree on timescales and goals that will help with performance management 1.2 Explain the purpose and benefits of negotiating realistic targets for work and way of doing so. The purpose of negotiating realistic targets for work It that it help and enable for work to be complete according to the deadline of the work give.
Pam should have gone to the two workers herself to warn them and instruct them to put on appropriate safety gears or harness. She should not have wasted her time to locate the worker’s supervisor to ask him to tell them off. As an employee who knows the WHS policies and procedures, it doesn’t matter if you’re the team leader, supervisor or a regular worker. It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure his and his colleagues safety at work. Question 2.
As items on the list are completed they are then checked off then on to the next. It would be good to make sure the time lines and goals are realistic as well, to make sure I don’t set myself up to do more than I could do in a day. My support group