The main reason for agreeing to realistic targets for your work place is to make sure that everyone is on tasks and also focused on accomplishing a target that is obtainable which isn’t out of reach. This way everyone can work effectively and reach targets correctly instead of struggling to achieve the impossible. The benefits include fast and reliable compliance and completion of tasks at hand. 1.4 Explain how to agree realistic targets? The targets must be realistic so
A plan gives us a clear idea about what is to be done and helps avoid duplication of labour. It allows managing time effectively to meet objectives and deadlines. Everything is made easier if we establish Exactly what we are supposed to be doing, to what standard and to what time limit. Having a plan allows my line manager to know my daily task and allows them to check I understand my work objectives. I need to be accountable or responsible so I can provide what is expected from me and to do a quality job.
It is important to involve the PWS in all decision making. The Team Manager ensures everyone who works in their organization provides care to individuals in a person centered manner. It is their responsibility to make sure roles are followed by their team members. They are also there to give encouragement, guidance and support to their staff members 206.2 2.1 It is important that I adhere to the scope of the job role for the following reasons: • To ensure consistent support is met • To adhere to legal guidelines • To ensure safety to all concerned • To follow procedures • To know and understand what I am doing • To ensure guidelines are met • To not impede on others job roles • To make sure all requirements are met • To know my responsibilities 2.2 Agreed ways of working are set out by my organisation ‘United Response’ and inform me of what is required from me at work, they include legislation as well as company procedures. They benefit and protect me and enable me to provide a good quality of care to support individuals.
Maintaining a high level of personal health and hygiene will also help in the prevention of infection. Health & social practitioners should be in attendance at any training days on offer relating to infection prevention and control. If any cases of possible infection risks are identified they should be reports immediately to your employer. 1.2. It is your employer’s responsibility to ensure that all laws and legal regulations concerning infection prevention and control are followed by employees.
1.2 Explain the purpose of planning work, and being accountable to others for own work. Planning is an essential part of working as it enables you to work as efficiently as possible. Writing out a plan before setting about the task at hand makes it very easy to do the job as quickly and efficiently as possible as it means that you already know exactly what you need to do and you will already be aware of the information that you have to gather instead of getting stuck in the middle of the job and having to do the research then. Also it is useful to keep a copy or a record of any plans or lists that you create that way if you are asked to produce work that you have done to your supervisor you can do so, this means that your work will be accounted for and you can access it any time you need it. 1.3 Explain the purpose and benefits of agreeing realistic targets for work Realistic targets are very important as it means that everybody is aware of what they have to work towards meaning that they can find ways to reach the
We have health and safety to ensure the safety of service users staff and members of the public are always up to date and current. Our job description so we are all clear on our duties, roles and responsibilities so we can carry out our job correctly. Needs of our service users change, staff members change, so staffs skills and abilities change so up-to-date care plans, guidelines and risk assessments must reflect this so we can provide a service to individual needs, as set out in their care plans to ensure continuity of care. So to prevent misunderstandings and confusions it is important that our employer makes all information relevant and up-to-date and it is important for us as employees to read this on a regular basis. Why is it important to follow guidance within our job:- First and foremost it is a legal requirement; we have a duty to keep service users, colleagues, the public
Employers should have accessible (easily located, understandable, straight forward and manageable) infection prevention and control procedures that ensure a safe environment and safe working practices. They should also have a system for ensuring that we understand and follow those procedures. Failure of our employer to minimise the risk of infection and to protect we, our colleagues, individuals we support and there family and friends against infectious disease constitute neglect. Employers have a responsibility to regularly produce infection prevention and control reports describing: •Policies and procedures that are in place and how they are monitored
Promote Positive Behaviour – Credits: 6 1.1 Explain how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relating to positive behaviour support are applied to own working practice All aspects of my role as a support worker require me to be up to date on all company and government legislations, mandatory training and understand the codes of practices as well as the policies and procedures. With this it gives me guidance and the ability to work to my best potential giving the service user the best quality of life possible. These practices and polices make sure that all staff are working with a consistent approach this also helps reinforce confidence when dealing with challenging behaviour and promoting good behaviour. They also help staff to develop communications skills relevant to the service user. Included in the legislations, frameworks, codes of practices and policies are guidelines which help the staff meet the requirements of the health and safety act ensuring that we get positive reviews from CQC assessment.
You should receive proper training on how and when to use any PPE provided and your employer should carry out regular checks to ensure it is being used correctly. Waste can be a source of infection and needs to be dealt with safely. Employers must have procedures in place to deal with waste materials and spillages to ensure it is dealt with correctly. Your employer is also responsible in reporting any outbreaks of infection within your workplace to appropriate bodies. 1.2 Explain employee’s responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of infection The employee has a duty of care for the service users you attend.