Unit 4222-307 Legislation and codes of practice relating to handling information are the data protection act 1998 and also the freedom of information act 2000. In accordance with legislation data stored must be kept secure and only kept for as long as necessary. It has to be accurate and relevant and not excessive. It also cannot be moved to somewhere without adequate protection. 2.1- manual- at work all written documentation is stored alphabetically in locked offices.
Once something is written down or entered into a computer, it becomes a permanent record. For this reason, you must be very careful what you do with any files, charts, notes or any other written records. They must always be stored somewhere locked and safe. You should never take people’s personal files outside of your work premises if you work in a residential or hospital setting. Records that are kept on computers must also be kept and protected.
The information that is written in files should be clear and useful. They should not include irrelevant information, or opinions that are not backed up by the facts, an write only information. Anything that is written should be true and able to be justified. Information that is recorded should be clear and factual. For example, working in a residential home if a client is on any type of record charts such as a fluid or food chart the files when completed must be put into a residents file and kept for a certain amount of time.
All information is to be kept up to date and accurate and stored securely in a locked cupboard or computer with passwords so only certified people can access it. Information is only to be used for a specific purposed concerning to the individual. This is to protect the individuals humans rights to privacy and confidentiality. Bi. Describe where to get information and advice about handling information.
They must always be stored somewhere locked and safe, they must never be removed from outside your work place. Records kept on computers must also be kept safe and protected. The workplace will have polices relating to records on computers which will include access being restricted by a password, and the computer system being protected by a firewall against the possibility of people hacking into it. The information that will be handles about the people we support will be very personal, it may contain details of medical history, details of family background and financial information. People need to feel confident that if they give these personal details they will not be shared with everyone.
You should record: * Date and time of arrival or visit * What happened * If tests were performed 2.2. All information that is stored electronically should be password encrypted and only accessible to staff with the password. All other sensitive information should be kept secure by it up in a secure room such as a staff office or even in a separate building. 2.3. Manual security storage systems are
In relation to the legislation the code of practice states. 2.3 respecting confidential information and clearly explaining agency policies about confidentiality to service users and carers. 5.3 must not abuse the trust of service users and carers or the access you have to personal information about them or their property. Home or workplace. 6.1 meeting relevant standards of practice and working in a lawful.
As a practitioner working in professional relationships a main priority is thinking about the child’s safety and development, practitioners should work together to make sure that the childs safety is number one priority before anything else – the setting should provide a way of monitoring who is coming in and out of the setting at all times, for example, a finger print scanner. The responsibility of knowing who’s in the building is every practitioner’s role in the setting. As a practitioner, you need to understand the importance of teamwork when working in professional relationships. You need to have a good relationship with the staff you are working with, and work in a team with them – this involves contributing ideas into tasks and activities for the children, planning tasks and creating display boards to display the children’s work. You must always respect the views of both the parents and of the children, this also involves respecting how they have brought up their children, including their religion and
2. Explore www.bluenile.com Describe the safety measures do the company take to make it safe for people to buy diamonds online? Blue Nile have taken measures to guarantee all orders will be secure and safe, they are using the latest in security technology to ensure your credit card information stay safe, as well as maintain the utmost respect for your personal information and guarantee that we will never sell it to a third party and once an order is shipped, it is insured until it reaches your door. When a customer uses their credit card to make a purchase through Blue Nile, the information you provide is protected by Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology. This technology ensures that your personal information is protected from outside parties when transmitted from your computer to our server.
Aii) Duty of care affects the work of each social care worker as duty of care places a responsibilities to ensure practices are fair, safe and recognises diversity, choice and independence. Duty of care affects the work of a social care worker means that organisational and legal requirements must be recognised understood or followed. A social care worker has the reasonability to keep up to date with best practices and to make sure they are applied to their day to day work. Social cared workers must also record actions taken and the thinking behind it. Aiii) Duty of care means that care giving organisations have agreed procedures and protocols when working with other agencies, a organisation needs a workforce development on duty of care.