They enable you to provide a good quality service working within the legal framework and most importantly aim to keep you and the individuals you support, safe from danger or harm. To implement agreed ways of working you follow the Policies and Procedures and the service users care plan, where the management of the individual's daily care needs are agreed and documented. It is extremely important to have up to date agreed ways of working as there may be changes in policies within the law. Our company may have to implement them to help protect the vulnerable. You have a duty to keep service users safe by following policies, procedures and working within your job role.
Definition of Discipline The practice of training people to obey rules, orders or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience The need for Discipline ‘Obedience to authority’ is one brief definition of discipline, but discipline can be used in many different contexts. For example, it may be used as an order, a deterrent, a threat, or to control or train, and it may or may not have the authority of a written law to reinforce it. Self-discipline Self-discipline is another form of discipline, and an essential quality for a member of any service. Self-discipline can be defined as the ability to apply yourself in the correct manner, including controlling yourself and your feelings. Personal Grooming and Presentation In the uniformed public services, where members of the public may be looking for you to help or guidance, it is particularly important that you are of smart appearance.
Ethics are the moral principles and standards that guide an individual’s or a group’s behavior. Ethics are important to the planning process because they are used when deciding how to implement organizational activities to meet goals. For example, if an employee acting ethically has knowledge of his or her colleague using company resources such as a company vehicle to take care of personal responsibilities, the individual would not question what he or she should do about the situation. The right thing to do would be to report the incident, which could save the organization money and display the individual’s dedication to upholding standards in keeping with the organization’s best interests. The text provided details for why it is so important to follow the ethical norms of society.
Another very important skills are professional and personal skills which are known as punctuation, pride of appearance and behaviour. These skills are very important because as we know, police officer should be a good example for other people so that he should wear the uniform correctly, be always punctual and also behave appropriately. Also, other people should be able to see how proud is Police Officer of the job he does. Discipline is another important skill that each Police Officer should
Promote independence of the individual which protecting them as far as possible from danger or harm. Respect the rights of individual whilst seeking to ensure behavior does not harm themselves or others. Uphold public trust and confidence in your service. Be accountable for the quality of my work and I take responsibility for maintaining and improving my knowledge and skills. 2.1 The service we provide must reflect the needs of the people we support and by constantly improving our services we can better meet the need of the individuals and support their development.
The Need for Role of Discipline in the Uniformed Public Services Definition of Role of Discipline: This is the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience and rewards to encourage it. Rules and Regulations: Rules and regulations are put in place to maintain the expectation of the service; so that tasks run smoothly and there is a certain routine to be followed, for safety and efficiency. Tasks will get done effectively and to the best of the service's ability. Rules and regulations are also to get tasks done as quick as possible, but to a high standard. This is also to ensure that no faults are made, hence no lives being put in danger; meaning themselves or the public, or Public Service being scrutinised.
They are important, as their purpose is to protect the public by setting restrictions and conditions for professions. The regulatory bodies are helpful as they make sure individuals practicing a regulated profession are able to show evidence of their
To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees. Secondly, I need to be aware of my behavior and its effect on others. I also need to give off positive energy to the work environment and constantly encourage staff. To be a good role model means I have to treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their opinions, always listen to people and make them feel valued and lastly always act professional.
Keeping up to date in your chosen field, attending regular training, maintain continuous professional development and continuing high standards of work and conduct thus complying with legislation and organisational codes of practice. It could be argued that students’ have the responsibility to keep themselves safe and free from harm in the learning environment, and to a certain degree, they must take some of this responsibility, but as Minton (1991) stated ‘As a teacher your responsibility for the safety of your students is a legal requirement’. This puts the onus right back to the teacher to create a safe learning environment, and along with this comes the responsibility of adhering to legislation and legal requirements for health and safety laid down by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, being mindful of