Regiment A regiment is a military unit, composed of numbers of battalions, commanded by a Colonel. A regiment can be broken down into two categories; One being an Administrative unit which is responsible for non – Operational management of battalions. Second being a deployable combat arm carrying from a battalion to a brigade sized formation. Depending on the nation, military branch, missions and organization, a modern combat resembles a brigade, in that both range from a few hundred to 5,000 soldiers (3 to 7 standard battalions). Multi- Disciplinary Within the public services there will be a group or a team of people who have varied skills to contribute to the achievement of the organization or towards a certain task for the group.
Departmental In most Public services they are each split into various different departments. In each department there is a head. The head will be in charge of the team and their actions within the public service, the head will also clarify all decisions made by the team and be held responsible for their actions. The head will arrange to meet
Allocate work * Work is allocated in many different ways. * Initially through the position description and PPR which clearly outlines tasks and performance KPIs * A specific project may include several staff working together requiring a project action plan clearly outlining the specific responsibilities of each staff member and a timeline for completion. * One position that I have occupied is that of Primary Incident. This is a communication position that allows people outside of the team to expedite and manage critical high risk work. Even though the roster is drawn from operational people the primary role is to prioritise and allocate work to other people.
Heads of Company, Managers and Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that this Policy is implemented and communicated to their workers, and visitors. This includes ensuring that: a. All workers, and visitors in their units are made aware of the policy. b. Risk assessments are undertaken on work tasks in consultation with workers and as per the WHS Risk Management Guidelines.
Putting together a comprehensive emergency action plan that deals with those issues specific to your worksite is not difficult. It involves taking what was learned from your workplace evaluation and describing how employees will respond to different types of emergencies, taking into account your specific worksite layout, structural features, and emergency systems. Most organizations find it beneficial to include a diverse group of representatives (management and employees) in this planning process and to meet frequently to review progress and allocate development tasks. The commitment and support of all employees is critical to the plan's success in the event of an emergency; ask for their help in establishing and implementing your emergency action plan. For smaller organizations, the plan does not need to be written and may be communicated orally if there are 10 or fewer employees [29 CFR 1910.38(b)].
These dictate our individual roles and responsibilities and accountability for me when leading others and also when managing working with the individuals family. There are also local, national, UK, European and international legislation, standards, guidance and organisational requirements for the leadership and management of work with individuals, families, carers and significant others, which include:I work with different individuals each with their own
Unit 208 1.4 There are many tasks that should not be carried out without special training, some examples of these are, Manual handling, Infection control, Fire procedures, First aid, asic hygiene, Food preparation, storage and hygiene, dealing with emergency situations and the use of protecti!e clothing and"or e#uipment. Training should also be gi!en to employees when there is a transfer of $ob, a change in clients or changes in responsibility. %hen new e#uipment is used or there are changes in work methods.1.& There are many ways to access di'erent sorts of support and information in relation to the health and safety if it is needed. (ou could seek additional support and information by talking to the manager within the home or you could
For example in the doctors they have posters on the wall to ensure their safety by alerting them to danger and hazards which provides them with directions to the nearest exit for example: encase of fires. Leaflets, signs, symbols and information in their language are also accessible. By using these ranges of communication it helps to promote diversity and equality for all individuals. It is important to be empathetic and to be able to place yourself in someone else’s position and feel how they feel if you were in there position. This is very important if the individuals are using health and social care services.
Operations Management – Case 1 EXECUTIVE SHIRTS COMPANY, INC. Case Summary Executive Shirts Company (ESC) is planning to venture into the Customized shirt production segment. For which, it has to bring changes in existing operations. Currently, ESC employs 64 labors who are deployed over 5 major processes – Cutting & Laying (4), Sewing (48), Inspection (4), Ironing (4) and Packaging (4). Apart from the 64 direct labors, additional 4 material handlers were employed. One new machine will be installed for the cutting of Customized shirts, which will be operated by a new labor.