Explain How Legislation Policies And Procedures Are Implemented In Early Years Regulations

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Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
These Act inform practices that all staff the responsibility to keep themselves and other around them safe through their actions at work and they must to report any health and safety problems. Also, all staff must to follow policies and procedure when hand handing equipment and they should to work in way that puts other around them in danger.
Control of substances and Hazardous to Health Regulations 1992
These regulations inform practices that cleaning materials must to be kept in a locked cupboard. Also, these regulation state that disposable gloves and aprons must to be provided for cleaning and handing chemicals. In additions these regulations state that different products must not be mixed together as they would produce toxic fumes.
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Also, the cooked and uncooked food must to be stored in Separate places in the fridge and freezer. In addition, these regulations state that the kitchen must to kept clean at all times and all the staff must to be trained in food handling and food hygiene.

Explain how legislation, policies and procedures are implemented in early years setting? the children Act made the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people requirements outlined in the Early years foundation state (EYFS) statutory in the framework legally binding. These requirements are:
 Every setting must to have a health and safety policies and procedures and there must to a regular risk assessment.
 Every early years settings must to keep a record of all accidents, incidents and emergence and any serious accidents, incidents and emergences must to be reported to Ofsted.
 There must to be a staff member that is trained in paediatric first aid at every session.
 Every early years settings must to have no smoking

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