Unit 4222 204.1 Duty of care means that the Health and Social Care Workers must do anything it is reasonably possible to keep individuals from harm. They need to think about following the policies and procedure, making risk assesements, respecting the rights of an individual or making risky choices, being aware of harm , making sure they have done anything is reasonably possible to avoid the danger, taking actions to keep the individuals safe and report the actions/dangers. Etc. If someone
that is has infection control benefits. RED - bathrooms, washrooms, showers, toilets and bathroom floors BLUE – general areas including offices, hallways GREEN – catering areas, kitchen floor, kitchen surfaces YELLOW – isolation areas Unit 2 Understand the principles and steps of the decontamination process 2.1 Describe the three steps of the decontamination process Cleaning- Cleaning is the first step in the decontamination process, it must be carried out before disinfection and
Optician 5.1 Describe to whom and how concerns about sight and/or hearing loss can be reported If you were to notice one or more signs in a person that you support, you would need to report immediately to the home manager or senior. From here, health check ups would be arranged .
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NAME………………………………………………………. HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE INTERMEDIATE APPRENTICESHIP Technical Certificate Level 2 DIPLOMA IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE (QCF) Diploma Level 2 UNDERSTAND THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL CARE WORKER Unit 6 Technical Certificate THE ROLE OF THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE WORKER Unit 6 Diploma ￼ Working in social care you will have many responsibilities to your employer and to the people you support. You may work with different individuals each with their own preferences
Health and social care nvq 2 Assessment criteria 1.1 As an employee it is our responsibility to use the PPE provided and to use it in the correct way that we have been trained in. In terms of PPE there are different colours of PPE, aprons and gloves, for different job roles and procedures within the workplace. When using gloves I ensure that they are not worn and are in a condition that I can use them, i.e. no holes or rips, and to make sure they are the right size to fit my hands.
Mandatory Knowledge Questions – level 2 Promote Communication in Health Social Care or Children's and Young People's Settings 1. Identify the different reasons people communicate 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting 3. Why is it important to observe someone’s reactions/responses when communicating with them? 4. Identify barriers to effective communication 5. Explain how to access extra support or services to enable individuals to communicate effectively
Unit: 7 Understand Person – centred Approaches in Adult Social Care Settings 1.Understand person – centred approaches for care and support. 1.1Define person centred values. !his is to ensure that an individual are at the centre o" planning and support# upholding and pro$oting individualit%& choice& dignit%& privac%& rights& respect& independence and partnership 1.2Explain why it is important to work in a way that embeds person – centred values. 't is i$portant (e (ork
1.3 People communicate for different reasons. The many different reasons being my care Co-ordinator could need to get in touch with me regarding a change of a service user’s time or if the service user is not going to be in due to having a hospital appointment or any other kind of appointment. The care Co-ordinator could also need to get in touch with me if there are any changes to the care package that has already been set in place for the service user or if there are any problems that
CAROLINE WAITES Understanding employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings TASK A Ai 1) Citizens Advice Bureau 2) Government websites 3) Employment Law Solicitors Aii(a) 1) Minimum Wage 2) Hours Worked 3) Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 Aii(b) 1) Data Protection Act 1998 2) Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 3) Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 Aiii Employment Law exists to regulate