HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE UNIT 3

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  • UNIT 3
    • LO2
      • 2.3 Influences of Legislation
        • on premises
          • clean and in good condition
          • safe conditions (lighting)
          • hand washing facilities in good condition
          • exit routes and escape routes clear
          • signs for equipment and safety
        • on staff
          • safe staffing levels
          • supervision, instruction and training
          • making changes to arrangements
        • on practices
          • good personal hygiene
          • recording and reporting of incidents
          • recording and storing information securely
      • 2.2 Safeguarding
        • DBS
          • safeguards adults and children
          • police records and barred lists
          • putting on/removing from barred lists
        • need for safeguarding
          • protects right to live free from abuse
          • safeguarding children
            • prevent maltreatment
            • to achieve best outcomes
            • prevent health impairment
        • DBS checks
          • for roles in the sectors
          • when adopting or fostering
          • three types
            • enhanced
            • enhanced with list checks
            • standard
      • 2.4 Policies and Procedures
        • disposal of hazardous wastes
        • storage and dispensing of medication
        • cleaning
        • fire evacuation
        • food safety
        • risk assessment
        • lone working
        • health and safety
        • reporting of accidents
        • security of premises, possessions, individuals
        • safeguarding
      • 2.1 Legislation
        • Manual Handling
          • avoid hazardous tasks
          • provide info, training
        • Health and Social Care Act
          • sharing information
          • using consistent identifier
        • Food Safety Regulations
          • hazards identified
          • safety controls are in place
        • Civil Contingencies
          • responding to emergences
          • emergency plans in place
        • Food Safety Act
          • good personal hygiene
          • remove unsafe food + incident form
        • COSHH
          • risk assessments
          • procedures for work with substances
        • Management of H+S Regulations
          • carry out risk assessments
          • provide info, training
        • Data Protection
          • accurate and up-to-date
          • kept secure
        • HASAWA
          • HSE
          • basis for regulations
        • RIDDOR
          • keep records of incidents
          • info + training on reporting
      • 2.5 Reviewing policies and procedures
        • reflect changes in legislation, needs
        • date and number once reviewed
        • system for regular review
        • only effective if up-to-date
        • not complying has serious consequences
          • employers = imprisonment
          • organisation = fines, closure
          • employees = training, disciplinary action
    • LO3
      • 3.2 Responsibilities
        • individuals
          • understand procedures
          • attend breifings
          • co-operate with risk assessments
        • employer
          • develop policies and procedures
          • deliver training
          • conduct risk assessment
          • manage risk assessment
        • employee
          • understand policies and procedures
          • ask questions if unclear
          • participate in training
          • identify potential and actual hazards
          • promote health and safety practices
      • 3.3 Consequences
        • removed from registers
          • registered to practise
          • removed if not deemed fit
          • conditions of practice limits responsibilites
          • for up to 2 years
        • causing injury or harm
          • failing to carry out roles
          • not identifying hazards
          • coud put seves or others in danger
          • if unsure about a task
        • criminal prosecution
          • imprisonment for not taking reasonable care
          • gross negligence manslaughter charge
          • corporate manslaughter offence by organisation
        • being injured or harmed
          • pressure ulcers and falls
          • avoided by provision of good care
        • disciplinary action
          • first, final warning and dismissal
          • suspended during investigation
          • evidence made available to accused
      • 3.1 Roles
        • employees
          • work with employer to promote H+S
          • maintain own and other's H+S
          • follow guidance and instruction
          • attend training
          • use provided equipment
          • reporting hazards
        • employers
          • care home owner
            • maintain system for reporting accidents
          • local authority
            • preventing accidents
          • head teacher
            • maintain site, activities to safeguard everyone
          • NHS
            • provide safe environment
          • third sector
            • promote health and safety
          • promoting heath, safety and security
        • individuals
          • H+S is everyone's responsibility
          • follow guidance and instruction
          • comply with procedures
          • observe health and safety signs
    • LO1
      • 1.1 Types of Hazards
        • psychological
          • affect physical and emotional wellbeing
        • musculoskeletal
          • manual handling
        • chemical
          • agents that cause harm
        • working conditions
          • poor lighting/ temperature
        • biological
          • spread infections
        • unsafe working practices
          • lack of training
        • environmental
          • slip and trip
        • lack of security systems
          • locks, alarm systems
      • 1.2 Potential impacts
        • illness
          • spread of infections
          • stress and tiredness
        • poor standards of care
          • hazards not identified
          • bad levels of personal hygiene
          • lack of supervision and not following policy
        • injury or harm
          • trip hazards
          • not wearing PPE
        • financial loss
          • devastating effects
          • theft of belongings
          • paying court fees and compensation
      • 1.3 Harm and abuse
        • intentional
          • deliberate
          • intentional financial abuse
        • unintentional
          • through poor care
          • unintentional neglect
          • poor care
        • effects
          • short term
            • contracting a STI
            • cuts, bruises
            • poor self image/esteem
          • long term
            • self-harm
            • addiction
            • difficulties trusting others
      • 1.4 Types of Settings
        • child care
          • schools
          • immature immune system
          • not recognising potential hazards
        • public
          • parks
          • slips, trips and falls
          • food poisoning
        • care
          • residential care
          • vulnerable immune system
          • susceptible to falls (mobility)
        • transport
          • ambulance
          • slips, trips
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        • health
          • hospital, G.P
          • surgical procedures - body fluids
          • hazardous substances
    • LO4
      • 4.2 Responses
        • evacuation procedures
          • vary in differen sectors
          • ACTFAST
        • follow up review
          • occur suddenly
          • counselling offered to those effected
          • implementing actions from findings
        • reporting
          • record should be kept
          • record name, details of accident/injury and the treatment
          • record signed
        • report to authorities
          • external agencies involved
          • responsibility to report outbreaks to HPU
          • RIDDOR require injuries are reported to HSE/LA
      • 4.3 Responsibility of a first aider
        • preserving life
        • preventing deterioration
        • promoting recovery
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      • 4.1 Incidents and emergencies
        • intruders
          • cause upset or harm
        • aggressive encounters
          • injuries
        • spillages
          • substances or body fluids
        • fire
          • preventing from starting and spreading is important
        • chemicals
          • hazardous substances
        • floods
          • lack of routine maintanance checks
        • infections
          • poor conditions
        • loss of water supply
          • effects care activities
        • accidents
          • poorly maintained areas
        • other incidents
          • faulty lights, gas leak, bomb threat

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