1.2Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Following a Code of Practice and thinking about your duty of care means that your practice will be safer because you will stop to think if you are working in the best interests of the person you are supporting and if you are keeping them from harm. Safeguarding is about keeping vulnerable adults from any sort of harm, such as illness, abuse or injury. This means taking responsibility for the safety of
“Our children are our future.” Childhood obesity will continue to influence the next few generations with knowledge of the BMI criteria associated health issues with the now called disease America could live a healthier happy life. With the information of how obesity effects children and how food has a deciding factor of weight gain one can now seek treatment for obesity and effectively use preventive care to lead a healthy life and continue to enjoy their daily activities for a brighter future. The facts tell a story that only one truly seeking to be happy and healthy will
Offering work programs that help prepare young people for management or skilled positions is a good way to take crime off of the streets while showing to the community that the business cares about the welfare of the population. This can help bring in a group of potential profit earners for the company while at the same time reducing crime in the stores and the surrounding neighborhood. The improved reputation could only serve to bring in shoppers who are more prone to visit the larger and cheaper chains such as Walmart. While this will incur immediate liability costs as the plan is enacted, the end result benefiting the shareholders is a cheaply trained future leadership staff, an improved reputation for the company as a whole, and a long term boost in
6.1 PESTLE analysis (Macro environment) 7 5.2. Michael Porter’s five forces model (micro analysis) 7 6. Market attractiveness 7 7. Internal 7 7.1. Value Chain 7 8.2 Marketing 4ps’, Brand Audit 7 8.3 Resource Based view analysis 7 8.3.1 BCG Matrix 7 9 SWOT Analysis 7 9.1 TOWS Matrix 7 10 12c’s Framework 7 11 Strategic Options 7 12.1 Growth strategies 7 12.2 Competitive strategies 7 12.3 Porters competitive strategies 7 12.4 Bowman's strategic clock 7 12.5 Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning 7 12.5.1 : Demographic, psychographic, geographic, behaviour 7 13.
Necessary alternative include a change in individual behavior and increase in education for people to understand the benefits and risk of obesity and how they can change. Continuing to provide interventions in schools and workplaces that allow healthier food choices and places that encourage more physical exercise (Sinfield, Baker, Pollard, & Yee, 2013). A global change needs to be done in order to change the agriculture of obesity and the government is the most importance asset in reversing the obesity epidemic because the government is the barrier that
“Eat Smart at School” was launched in schools in China to promote lifestyle changes and healthy eating practices. (China today, n.d.) The emphasis needs to be on physical education as well. Currently parents focus on high academic standards to achieve a good career. Yet a good career may not matter if you suffer a heart attack and die due to heart disease from poor
Unit 8-P2 In this essay I am going to explain different psychological approaches to health practice. Social learning theory According to this theory, we need to have a good role model in our life, so that we can learn good behaviours from them. For people who want to eat healthy and be healthy, celebrity such as, Jamie Oliver would be a very good role model, because he teach people to eat healthy to have a healthy life. He also brought lots of publicity to the healthy eating campaign. If someone eats junk food all the time and that person’s mother or friend told him/her to eat healthy, it’s less likely that he/she will listen to them, but if he/she admires Jamie Oliver and he suggests to eat healthy, then there is more possibility for that person to follow what he says.
Companies are forced to create safer products for the public to use, and also learn to make better with fewer resources. Corporations must invent new ways to cut down on their waste and work with less to create more. Corporations work diligently to cut down their use of water and electricity and other essential needs. They have educated the public about the importance of recycling used products and keeping their environment clean. Over consumption has led to many cures and medicines being created, and has made the world a better and safer place then it once was.
Research on successful interventions for children who are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight is extremely important to effectively reduce childhood obesity in this country. Overall, research has just begun to scratch the surface in elucidating the causes of obesity in children. Filling in the knowledge gaps will take time, as implementing some of the study designs that will best illuminate the complex interactions are time consuming and costly. However the fundamentals are clear, to stay healthy, eat a balanced diet and devote adequate time to physical
Our approach, which emphasizes prevention and good health promotion, is much more proactive. By helping employees change their behavior patterns and choose more healthy lifestyles, Bounce fitness will lower companies' health care expenditures, while raising worker productivity. Health care expenditures will decrease due to reduced medical insurance premiums, reduced absenteeism, reduced turnover rates, reduced worker's compensation claims, reduced tardiness, shorter hospital stays, etc. Health care crisis, coupled with current demographic changes, threaten to not only exacerbate the crisis, but further erode worker productivity as well. These environmental factors coupled with the local competitive situation signal a favorable opportunity in this market.