Which tools should be considered when developing procedures relating to hazard identification and risk assessment? 2. What are the consequences of a hazard in relation to risk assessment? 3. What are the ratings given to likelihood in risk assessment?
That all risks and hazards are known and that responses are in place. That appropriate training has been carried out to enable best care. b) The employer or manager To make sure the area is safe to working and that risk assessments are in place and up to date, to provide adequate first aid facilities, to have all information on hazardous material and have and supply correct PPE. To make sure all equipment is correct and safe to use and regularly maintained. Limit and control substances that may affect health of
Ensuring the collection and analysis of data to monitor the performance of processes that involve risk. 3. Analyzing data collected on adverse events, near misses, and potentially unsafe conditions; providing feedback to providers and staff; and using this data to facilitate systems improvements to reduce the probability of occurrence of future related events. Root-cause analysis and systems analysis can be used to identify causes and contributing factors in the occurrence of such events. 4.
UNIT 202 Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. Outcome 1 Understand what is required for competence in own work role 1/ As a care worker it is my duties to ensure I promote a professional and well presented manner. It is my duty to ensure I have been given full training when regarding to medical or manual handling activities. It is my responsibility to ensure the safety and protection of the people I support. I must report any danger that I think can cause harm to myself or others, I have a responsibility to follow company procedures and policies always within my own role.
4. All interventions should be risk assessed and only interventions that are written into an individuals support plan. This avoids injuries to residents, staff and to protect dignity. Crisis management plans are to be in place to plan for if restrictive interventions need to be used. 5.
Task 1 1. Identify the needs for strategic change through analysis of strategic plans contrasted with the practices as defined in the case study. You may prefer to use SWOT analysis but this is optional. 2. Discuss any patterns or trends in the external environment which impact on the achievement of the organizations change management objectives.
The problem being, what is currently the status and what management would actually like the status to be. Once the problem has been identified, the decision has to be made as to whether the problem is significant enough to make the changes needed to rectify the situation. Once a decision is made that a problem does exist and needs to be resolved, management must then decide if they have access to the proper resources in order to make effective changes. If changes are put into place without the proper resources, the problem could easily balloon into additional issues that will need to be addressed, making the situation worse. Management must then weigh the criteria that will factor into the decision making process.
2.1 Compare the strengths and limitations of a range of assessment methods with reference to the needs of individual learners. 3.1 Summarise the key factors to consider when planning assessment. 3.2 Evaluate the benefits of using a holistic approach to assessment. 3.3 Explain how to apply holistic assessment when planning assessment. 3.4 Summarise the types of risks that may be involved in assessment in own area of practice.