Daniel Blaney Unit 504 – Develop Health and Safety risk management policies procedures and practices in health and social care settings. Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health and Social Care 1.1: Explain the legislative framework for health, safety and risk management in the work setting. At Parr Care Home, we provide a homely environment in a care setting staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In our setting we work within a number of laws and legislations such as; Care Standards Act, Disability Act 1989, Leaving Care Act 2000, Health and Safety 1974, Food Hygiene Regulations 2006 etc.. The legislative framework for health, safety and risk management in the work setting.
Technological Webpage and name both copyrighted Electronic tills – generate reports – best sellers, stock loss, sales figures, replan, and directory orders. All of theses Physical resources for Next Escalators/lift Tills Employees Shelving Mirrors Security tags Security cameras (CCTV) Technological resources for Next Website and business name Electronic
[pic] HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & RISK ASSESSMENT |Dept/ Area: Care home |Assessment No: 1 | |Location: |Equipment: |Date: | |Bathrooms, and hallways |Hoists |23/01/15 | | |Cleaning products | | |Description of process: | |The tasks which must be carried out are: | |Cleaning the home- to do this hazardous substances may be used | |Lifting residents so they can get into and out of the bath - hoists should be used for this | |Anually the house needs to be thoriughly checked to ensure no hazards have arisesn, such as; fraying carpets | | | |HAZARD CATEGORY: Select the most appropriate | |
Unit 4222-223 Support individuals to meet personal care needs (HSC 2015 Outcome 2 Be able to provide support for personal care safely Explain how to report concerns about the safety and hygiene of equipment or facilities used for personal care. 2.3 if there is any concern document your concerns and report to manager, deputy or senior as soon as possible Describe ways to ensure the individual can summon help when alone during personal care. 2.4 The individual can summon help by pulling on the red alarm system in the bathroom or the nurse call button if in bed and using bedpan etc. Outcome 6 Be able to monitor and report on support for personal care. Monitor personal care functions and activities in agreed ways.
Construction and Maintenance of Buildings Assignment 1 Contents Task 1 1. Evaluate the types of construction for the superstructure of domestic houses (page 3) External Walls (page 3 to 7) Internal Walls (page 7 to 10) Solid Floors (page 10 to 11) Suspended Floors (page 11 to 13) Pitched roofs and coverings (page 14 to 17) Flat roofs and coverings (page 17 to 18) 2. Evaluate the internal finishes of domestic houses (page 18) Walls (page 18 to 20) Ceilings (page 20) Floors (page 21) Windows and Doors (page 21 to 22) 3. Services – Design and Installation (page 22) Water (page 22 to 24) Drainage (page 24 to 25) Electricity (page 25 to 27) Gas (page 27) Heating (page 27 to 28) Task 2 Causes of Decay in Domestic Houses and Services (page 29) Common Causes (page 29 to 32) Structural movement (page 32 to 35) Damp (page 35) Timber Rot (page 35 to 36) References (page 36 to 38) 1. Evaluate the types of construction for the superstructure of domestic houses [pic] Fig.1 External Walls Brick and Block The traditional, and still by far the most popular, method of construction for external walls is brick and block construction.
Human Resources Management For Service Industry Task 1 P1 Understand human resource management Introduction For my first assignment task I will have to provide a proposed recruitment planning portfolio documents explaining the process and procedures involved in people management from organisation I work for. The General Manager from UKCBC Hotel, give me these task to prove that as a trainee Human Resource Manager I know what a recruitment process involves. P 1.1 Analyse the role and purpose of HR Management in UKCBC Hotel HRM definition HR Management is a function which is using tactical and ample approach to manage people work place, culture and environment. An effective HRM enables employees to contribute successfully and efficiently to the overall company direction and the success of the organization's goals and objectives. (D. Nickson, 2007) What involves HRM?
In 2006, AONE and AACN formed the Nurse Manager Leadership Partnership (NMLP) to continue this leadership work. Nurse Manager Learning Domain Framework To make their optimal contribution, nurse managers require well-honed skills in coaching, motivating, and leading a
Page 220 1. Is each of the following an absolute pathname, a relative pathname, or a simple filename? a. Milk_co b. Correspond/business/milk_co c. /home/max d. /home/max/literature/promo e. .. f. Letter.0210 Answer: Absolute pathname – c, d Relative pathname – b, e Filename – a, f, e 2. List the commands you can use to perform these operations: a. Make your home directory the working directory.
My flat is on the second floor. 2. Body: Then describe your house using the spatial approach: When you go in, you can find a hall. On the right, there is a kitchen. Opposite the entrance door, there is a sitting room and on the left there is a corridor to the bedrooms and the bathroom.