Priniciples for Implementing Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children's and Young People's Setting

702 Words3 Pages
Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s setting. Understand how duty of care contributes of safe practice. 1.1 To have duty of care in my work place means that I make safety with the people in my care, such as I have mandley handing to move the person safely. That I monitor their behaviour such as behaviour chats, food and fluid chats and turn charts. And that this information is keep confidential and stored in the correct way, such as locked way and only made available to other staff, doctors and other professionals such as social workers. I make sure that I document any concerns or allegations I have to my manger or senior on shift and follow the concerns up in two days to make sure that it is being deal with. While maintaining they boundaries of professional at work and maintaining a high standard of conduct in and outside of the work area at all times. When at work I try to avoid favouritism of the people I care for and treat them all the same. 1.2 The care contributes of safeguarding or protection of the people in my care is to protect them from sexual, physical or emotional harm by main ting a safe environment where they feel safe and able to talk to myself or staff about anything they feel is not right or concerns them or their families have about the care being proved. There is paper work in place to stop such thing as behaviour charts and working in pairs to be able to observer each in work. This helps to ensure against risk of allegation of misconduct or abuse. And to make sure that we preserve the respect and dignity of all that I care for by treating them the way I would like to be treated. Know how to address conflicts or dilemmas that may arise between an individual’s right and the duty of care. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 If any conflicts arise at work as such unsafe behaviour as drug/ alcohol
Open Document