Building security is important because you want to prevent an intruder from causing damage, stealing property, or harming employees. It is also very important to protect the grounds of the office or home from an intruder. It is beneficial to have security in place to prevent an intruder from getting onto the grounds in the first place. If the intruder cannot get onto the grounds in the first place, then they will not be able to be able to commit crime. In today’s world there are more and more cybercrimes being committed and protecting sensitive information such as social security numbers is crucial.
D) Daily enemas will be needed to help achieve a bowel movement. The nurse is discussing autonomic dysreflexia with Jonathan, his girlfriend, and his mother. To evaluate the teaching, the nurse asks Jonathan to explain what it means. 22. Which statement by Jonathan indicates an understanding of autonomic dysreflexia?
They will also need to monitor for any side effects or adverse reactions to his medications and report them to his physician as needed. Family members will need to ensure Mr. Trosack has adequate supplies for dressing changes and blood glucose monitoring. Mr. Trosack will need transportation from the hospital and to follow up appointments and physical therapy. The family will need to evaluate whether or not the safety issues discussed above have been resolved and may need to collaborate with the occupational therapist to ensure Mr. Trosack can safely move around in his apartment. They will need to provide groceries and take out the trash daily as Mr. Trosack is unable to do so.
Individuals also need to know there are secure systems and procedures operating in the care setting to protect confidential information. Safety Some information must be kept confidential for safety reasons. For example, some service users are categorised as vulnerable adults, such as a person with special needs whose whereabouts might need to be protected from a relative who abused them in some way in the past. The law It is a legal requirement for organisations to manage and safeguard personal information correctly. Describe the potential tension between maintaining an individual’s confidentiality and disclosing concerns There are some situations when confidentiality needs to be breached to report information to a higher authority.
Unit 4222-226 Gain access to the hoes of individuals, deal with emergencies and ensure security on departure (HSC 2019) Be able to deal with emergencies encountered after gaining entry 4.1 Describe emergencies that may be encountered when gaining entry to an individual’s home Gaining entry into an individual’s home can be challenging. Permission is needed except in cases where imminent harm is suspected. It is important to reassure the individual that you are there to assess for health problems and the need for services. Stress your desire to keep the older adult safe and functioning in the community. If you suspect abuse or neglect, be forthright about the issue.
In the health and social care settings, difficulties may arise when trying to implement ant-discriminatory practices. These issues may lie with staff or with patients who think they might be being discriminated against. In these situations it is the company or the managers responsibility to promote anti-discriminatory practise with the staff and patients. It is also important to act professionally and quickly against discriminatory actions that happen within the company. It is important that when implementing anti-discriminatory practise because there are different factors that could affect different people.
These data holds the vital basic information on each employee, and in the wrong hands, it can become detrimental to both the business and the employees. It is the reason everyone in the business should be secure, and report any suspicion that someone has tampered with his or her information. The company should deal with such matters with the necessary urgency, as they can prove catastrophic. The data can be either an electronic file or a hardcopy paper file. The storing of such data calls for necessary security that would protect the employees’ privacy on their information from any litigation or theft.
1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development. Personal- It includes attitude and character. A negative attitude is a major factor in this area. If you start out with the belief that positive development is unlikely to occur, then no matter how hard you work on it, your belief will sabotage any effort you may make. Emotional maturity- For example I am dealing with different people in my Unit from staff, residents and relatives I should be aware and cautious to the emotional situation of each person.
Supervision are a great communication tool with staff. From my experience of supervising staff, I became aware that the staff tend to raise issues which are essential for the safety of the staff or the people we support. For example, one of my staff team raised some concerns around a hoist and said that the hoist was not working effectively and therefore puts at risk all staff and people we support at risk. These kinds of concerns are important for the managers to be able to act upon them swiftly. It is pivotal to develop a good rapport with the staff and build a trusting relationship otherwise the supervision is not effective.
After telling the lady at the front desk my symptoms, I waited to be called. While waiting for my name to be called, I tried diagnosing myself and thought I must have a urinary tract infection. A few minutes later, a nurse came out of a back room and called my name. I was surprised because I was called before many people who were in the waiting room when I entered. The nurse took me to the back room and asked me to describe my symptoms once again.