12. Do not allow anyone to bouncy on the front safety step as a child could easily bounce off the inflatable and get hurt. The step is there to assist users in getting on and off. 13. Ensure that no-one with a history of neck or back problems is allowed on the bouncy castle as indeed any child that is feeling unwell.
All foodstuffs must be protected from contamination, dust and vermin. Do not store foodstuff directly on floors. Storage area’s should be well ventilated. Open packets must be kept in airtight containers. You should check the temperatures of the refrigerators/freezers daily record and sign temperatures in the handling foods folder.
Extra vigilance is required during emergency procedures. Securely lock the container when full. The name of the person and the date of disposal should be clearly written on the outside of the container. All sharps bins must be disposed of as clinical waste, for incineration only. Sharps containers must never be placed in sacks.
Even people who smoke do not like to walk past a cloud of smoke (Berg). Over the past two decades, medical research has shown that non-smokers suffer many of the diseases of active smoking when they breathe secondhand smoke. (“Secondhand Smoking Facts”). Secondhand smoke is obviously worse than even smoking and students and staff should not have to be exposed to such harmful chemicals while at school. Smoking should not be allowed on school properties or campuses.
Always wash your hands well before preparing food and after touching raw meat, fish and eggs. Teach your children to wash their hands after touching pets and going to the toilet, and before eating. Keep surfaces clean and keep any pets away from food or surfaces where food is prepared. Thoroughly wash all bowls and spoons used for feeding in hot soapy water and keep chopping boards and utensils thoroughly clean. Keep raw meats covered and away from other foods in the fridge including cooked or ready to eat meats – it’s best to store raw meats in clean covered containers at the bottom of the fridge to prevent any drips from falling on to other foods.
1.2 Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Risk Assessment By ensuring risk assessments are been carried out within a setting before each session. Make sure all equipment and toys are safe and the equipment is age appropriate for the children in care. Assessing the setting and making sure there are no potential hazards like hazard materials being left out or electrical sockets being left uncovered. Ensuring the setting is clean to stop the spread of infection. That food is stored properly to stop cross-infection and the kitchen is always clean to stop the spread of bacteria and germs.
Children’s Act 1989 This act identifies the responsibilities for parents and professionals to ensure the safety of children. This act includes two very important sections, which are: Section 47: A Section 47 states that the Local Authority has a duty to investigate when there is a reasonable course to suspect a child is suffering or likely to suffer, significant harm. Also when South Tyneside Local Authority receives an enquiry they have 15 working days to act upon it. Section 17 A Section 17 states that services must be put into place to ‘safeguard and promote the welfare of children within the area who are in need The Education Act 2002 This sets out the responsibilities of Local Education Authorities (LEAs), Governing bodies, head teachers and all those working in schools to ensure that children are safe and free from harm. Children Act 2004 This provides the legal framework for Every Child Matters.
SHC 34 Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or Children’s and Young Peoples settings. 1.1 Duty of care means you have a role to care for and ensure others are not harmed. Within my setting we make sure we follow Every Child Matters which comes under the EYFS, following this means we make sure all children are safe, healthy, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution, and achieving economic wellbeing. 1.2 Duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals as keeping them safe comes under the Every Child Matters framework. You can ensure this is followed by taking all the necessary steps to safeguard and promote the welfare of the child, which are ensuring the building is safe and secure, this can be by having the school gates closed and locked so nobody can get in and out without permission and also having people sign in and out, having sensors doors around the school that can only be accessed with fobs.
ServSafe Essentials 4 The Safe Foodhandler Inside this section: How Foodhandlers Can Contaminate Food Diseases Not Transmitted Through Food Components of a Good Personal Hygiene Program Management’s Role in a Personal Hygiene Program After completing this section, you should be able to: Identify personal behaviors that can contaminate food. Identify proper handwashing procedures. Identify when hands should be washed. Identify appropriate hand sanitizers and when to use them. Identify hand maintenance requirements.
For instance, we are required by law to restrain children in car seats up to the age of six, we are not permitted to smoke in public facilities, we are required to stop at stop signs. These are all good requirements that protect children and adults. One thing is clear, more and more children would suffer, and sometimes die from diseases that can be avoided by mandatory vaccinations (CDC;