I had already gained consent from patient A for myself and the nurse to give a bed bath in accordance with the NMC code of conduct (NMC, 2008) and following this I went to collect the correct equipment to perform the task. As patient A had Clostridium Difficile they needed to be isolation nursed. We isolate nurse to “prevent the risk of spreading germs to other patients and staff” (NHS, 2010). Outside of the side room there were red aprons and gloves which needed to be put on before entering. Before entering the side room, it is essential to collect all equipment to avoid leaving the room unnecessarily.
They are required to wear the khimar during certain events in their life. Material worn cannot be seen through and their everyday clothes cannot be visual. The jilbab is required to hang loose and no body shape can be visual. The jilbab must not resemble men’s clothing and clothing of non religious women. The jilbab cannot have any bold designs or be made out of bright color.
What about that rule stating no head coverings are permitted in school excluding religious reasons? A burka would cover my head and I’m not Muslim. How can I wear a shirt that covers my whole body, while not covering my head? Last I checked, my head was part of my body. To follow this policy, my head cannot be a part of my body.
Every minute of every hour that we as professional soldiers are on duty certain standards apply. Standards cover how we must look, what we can and cannot wear, regulations on our haircuts, must be clean shaven, and every other inch of our appearance. Standards go along with the discipline that we must have and maintain as soldiers which is the other topic this essay must cover, obeying instructions given to me by NCOs. Our uniforms must appear clean and neat, our boots must be presentable, laced from the bottom rings, to the top, and no excess of the laces can dangle freely. Our pant legs must be bloused.
While handling fuel all personnel must wear protective gloves, eye protection and hearing protection. The gloves must be all gloves made of a material that will be resistant to fuel. The same glove is used while performing a rapid refuel fuel mission. The eye protection must be capable of preventing fuel from entering the eyes in the event of fuel splashing into the face. Shades and clear glasses are not authorized because they do not form a seal around the eyes which will prevent fuel from entering in to the eyes.
Manufacturer’s labels are required on all disinfectants and sanitizers. An EPA registered disinfectant that demonstrates bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal properties must be used. Simulated products are NOT allowed for disinfectants and hand sanitizers. IMPORTANT
HIPAA does not require a practice to purchase a computer-based system as it applies only to electronic medical transactions. HIPAA requires that all patients be able access their own medical records, correct errors or omissions, and be informed how personal information is shared used. Other provisions involve notification of privacy procedures to the patient. HIPAA provisions that have led in many cases to extensive overhauling with regard to medical records and billing systems” (April 2013). The HIPPA law was passed in 1996 to protect the privacy of the client.