Safeguarding regulations

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What are safeguarding regulations?
Safeguarding regulations protects service users from harm, abuse and neglect, and promote their health and wellbeing. This can be done by person-centred support and personalised care. Making individuals empowered helps them make good choices.
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What should health and social care workers do when safeguarding children?
They should: protect children from maltreatment, follow their organisations safeguarding policies for protecting children and the actions to take if a child discloses abuse, prevent impairment of children's health and development.
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+ What should health and social care workers do when safeguarding children?
Protect children from infection, ensure children grow up in circumstances that are consistant with the provision of safe and effective care, take action to enable children to have the best outcomes.
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Give four examples of safeguarding.
Ensure all equipment in sterile, ensure all staff have a DBS declaration, ensure policies are followed about cameras and mobile phones, ensure play areas are safe.
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What is the Local Safeguarding Board (LSCB)?
This board was created by the Children Act 2004 and it became menditory for every local authority to have one.
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What is the job of the Local Safeguarding Board (LSCB)?
It ensures: everyone understands how important it is to keep children safe, all agencies that are part of the LSCB are doing the best job, they report to the Department of Health.
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+ What is the Job of the Local Safegarding Board (LSCB)?
It ensures: they look into cases where children are badly hurt or have died, they keep check on information about child deaths, they give advice to all agencies, they listen to children's views and ideas.
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+ What is the Job of the Local Safegarding Board (LSCB)?
It ensures that they hold discussions to find out what people think about children's issues.
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Who introduces the new safeguarding duties and why?
The Care Act 2014 introduced new safeguarding duties for local authorities where they provide care for adults.
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What are the duties of safeguarding adults?
Making enquiries where there is a safeguarding concern, hosting safeguarding adults boards, carrying out safeguarding adults reviews, arranging for the provision of independant advocates, leading a multi-agency safeguarding system.
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What should health and social care workers do when safeguarding children?

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They should: protect children from maltreatment, follow their organisations safeguarding policies for protecting children and the actions to take if a child discloses abuse, prevent impairment of children's health and development.

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+ What should health and social care workers do when safeguarding children?

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Give four examples of safeguarding.

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What is the Local Safeguarding Board (LSCB)?

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