So I would need to check that the room has ventilation, windows that can be opened, if it does not have any air conditioning, especially if the temperature was hot outside. This would also be if the temperature was very cold outside. I would need to make sure that it is warm in the room, but again not to warm. Would need to make sure that there are facilities for the care workers to have access to water or any tea/coffee facilities along with toilets within access to the training room. I will need to check with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Not just machinery should be checked but harmful substances should be stored correctly because if the temperature is not at the correct temperature then accidents could happen. 1.2 Describe how each component will be assessed. They way each component will be assessed will be witness testimonies and observation
Using this system for Identification will make the company more secure in day to day operations. The second part I need to implement for this remote access control policy is Authentication, which is defined as: what you know or passwords, numeric keys, PIN numbers, secret questions and answers. For remote access, there has to be proof that the person is who they say they are every time they attempt to access a workstation with a retry limit. This is to help stop or keep out any hacking attempts that could be made such as: Man in the middle attacks, keylogging and bruteforcing. Also using knowledge authentication for recovery will make it harder to any potential
Unit 307 - Promote Good Practice in Handling Information in Health and Social Care Settings Be able to implement good practice in handling information 2.1) Describe features of manual and electronic information storage systems that help ensure security Security in a care environment is about: - Security against intruders - Security in respect of people'e privacy and decisions about unwanted visitors - Security against being abused - Security of property Large organisations, such as NHS organisatins, use identity badges with photographs so that their employees are easily identifiable. Some of these identity badges also have a micro chip which allows the card to be "swiped" to gain access to secure parts of a premises. In smaller organisations, there may be a system of issuing visitor's badges to visitors who have been authorised to be there, however, it may simply rely on the vigilance of the staff. Important and effectice features of manual and electronic information storage systems that help ensure security include: - Locked drawers or cupboards - Password protected files - Access given only to those who are authorised Communal areas like the office in Turnstyle are easier to check but can present their own problems. It can be difficult to be sure who is a legitimate visitor and who should not be there.
Acceptable Use Policy covers the provisions for network etiquette,the limitation to the users of network and a clear and precise extents of privacy of members. Acceptable User Policies contains examples that show the importance of the policy in real-world situations. AUP is commonly known to organizations that offer network services for example schools or companies. The policy is mainly used in protection of young people that are majorly vunerable to inappropriate language usage, pornography and pornographic content, and other adult contents. Under large bussiness corporations, the scope expands to include other factors such as safe-guarding business legal and transactional interests.
Ventilation is also important to reduce fumes and smoke in the air so that a person’s health is not at risk. * Lighting is important for health and safety reasons in all work places, but especially a health and social care environment as people need to be able to see where objects are in a room so they don’t end up tripping and falling and causing themselves injury i.e. broken bones. 2. Hazards from equipment: Hazards from equipment in health and social care settings can include: * Untidiness – for example in hospitals, there is a lot of electrical equipment and so wires could become a tripping hazard on wards and could lead to serious injury i.e.
Unit 4: Science And Materials George Bruce Human Comfort Task 1 Describe the basic factors in simple scientific terms that influence human comfort in the internal environment The internal conditions within a building need to be correct as human beings operate and feel better when they are most comfortable. It is now understood that accidents increase as the temperatures start to step out of the normal ranges. Temperature A comfortable temperature level will depend on the activity of the human(s) within the building. For example, if one were sat watching TV, a fairly high temperature would be needed to keep them comfortable as compared to someone playing football in a hall. Temperature would normally be measured in Celsius.
Derek Brunson CISM 3330-03 Plug IT In 6 Discussion Questions 1. | Why is it so important for you to protect your information assets? Can you assume that your organization's MIS department will do it for you? It is important to protect your information assets by behavioral actions and computer-based actions. I can assume that my organization MIS department will do it for me because they would identify issues and problems and promote to employees how to protect their assets that might be vulnerable to theft in the outside world.
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998’ Explain the main points of health and safety policies and procedures agreed with the employer The main Health and safety policies and procedures with my employer are that the employer will carry out risk assessments to make sure there are no health and safety issues in the work place to protect us and to have a duty of care to others, to provide a safe and healthy place to work, to keep temperatures at a safe level to protect staff and residents, to keep equipment safe, make sure the work places are well ventilated, to make sure we have windows that can open and close, and to protect people from falls etc. Analyse the main health and safety responsibilities of self: My main health and safety responsibilities in work would be to follow the training that I have been given, to co-operate on my manager’s health and safety rules and to take reasonable care of your own and other people’s health and safety. The employer or manager: The employer has a responsibility to follow the regulation which is known as the ‘Health and Safety at Work Act 1974’. This is