They should also assess any risks before the works can begin. It also falls under the employee to take care of themselves and others who may be affected by the work they are doing. They should also keep constant communication between themselves and the employer to enable their health and safety duties and requirements to be complied with. Conclusion Health and safety is a big factor in modern day construction. So to make sure no one gets injured or even killed regulations are put in.
It is also important to mention that PPE should only be used as a last resort and all workers must always wear appropriate PPE when required in the workshop. The Workplace Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations similarly cover a wide range of basic health, safety and welfare issues and apply to most workplaces. The document includes the regulations in full, as well as the approved code of practice and guidance. As an employer you must comply with the Manual Handling and Operations Regulations (MHOR) to carry out a risk assessment on manual handling tasks. If you are an employee you must make full use of any safe system of manual handling the employer puts in place… Regulation 4(1) of MHOR sets out a hierarchy of measures to reduce the risks of manual handling: • Avoid hazardous manual handling operations so far as is reasonably
Respond to complaint by Listening to the complaint Keeping record of complaint Respect and keep confidentiality Refer to company complaint policy When a complaint is made, it should be taken seriously and the correct organisational procedure should be followed by referring to employee handbook which state that all complaint by a service user be reported to the care coordinator immediately. It is advised to suggest to the service users to put their complaint in writing or use the complaint forms which they can find in their care plan folder. 3.2 Explain the main points of agreed procedures for handling complaints. The main points of agreed procedures for handling complaints are- The complaint procedure is documented and readily available to all including service users and their family, the complaint is taken seriously and thoroughly investigated, the complainant is respected and their complaint acknowledged and dealt with by a line manager or a senior member of staff as soon as possible. The complaint procedure should be understandable to all.
This will allow the company to conform to the citation interim measure; by using effective respirator protection shall be provided and used by all employee(s). A policy will be implemented in the area required to wear a respirator in the company. This respirator will be a 3M 7500 provided by the company. All Equipment will be purchased and be available after the fit tests have been completed. After the correction, or modification, has been completed, a third party inspection of the air quality for chemical breaks down and particulates in the air will be conducted.
They are good because they contribute to essential needs of the organisation. All organisation must always refer to laws and legislation before any policies are made to benefit the organisation. There should be no violations of any individual rights. There should be an ethical working condition between service users and professionals to be included in the policies. Any employee who does not work within the law, will lose their job, legislations, regulations and policies are in the organisation to hinder to.
To avoid possible legal consequences I will maintain all the paper works in file. Before termination or demotion of an employee I will always discuss the following questions with my superiors. Is the decision taken for the best interest of my organization? Has the community health educator been given adequate opportunity to improve? Is the paperwork and documentation sufficiently extensive?
Explain the importance of demonstrating anti-discriminatory/anti-bias practice when working with children and young people: The importance of demonstrating anti-discriminatory/anti-bias in a work setting is to help prevent discrimination towards any individual children, members of staff or parents and to help promote equal opportunities. By helping to prevent discrimination and promote equal opportunities we are making sure that all members of staff, children, parents and other professionals who enter the work setting are treated equally and fairly and in an unbiased way. All work settings should have policies, procedures and strategies which demonstrate how a positive and inclusive attitude should be towards all individuals that attend the setting regardless to their age, gender, race, culture or disability. By showing this type of positive attitude each individual within the wor setting
Ethical issues may arise in the workplace no matter how big or small the facility. It can originate from a single act or come from the top down through culture. In general we learn from a young age what is right from wrong; therefore one would think that everyone thinks the same and all should be running smoothly. One must always advocate for the client as we as carers are there to care for and assist those who cannot for themselves and ensure their safety. To ensure safe practice is carried out at all times to ensure safety of the client also safety for the staff.
The first and most recommended step to take when dealing with any form of workplace discrimination is to stay calm and start documenting the discriminatory acts immediately. Documenting any and all discriminatory act helps to protect you as well as turning in a formal report that your job has to offer so both you and your workplace have some type of documentation to look back at any review. The next step you should take is informing your boss, supervisor, or if employer fails to do anything the federal government on the situation. By law the employer is supposed to look into it and make sure the proper measure and action are being enforced. If all else fails and your employer fails to take any kind of action your next step should be to take legal action.
Explain to all parties involved that it makes the work day go a lot smoother when everyone working together in their respective departments within said company without the worry of discrimination at their workplace. Steps and Procedures: The first step to the mediation process will be to setup a meeting time for all three parties involved to be given a chance to voice their opinions as to explain their views, values, and opinions about the current conflict. After hearing all sides then, a plan will be put in place and steps to be taken in the manner as described below: 1. Ensuring that all involved are aware that everyone is to be treated equally with the respect and dignity during the mediation process 2. When in the IT Department working at your station or on your breaks concerning hanging out with other co-workers to keep the jokes within the limits of derogatory statements towards any group of people or race which would result in demeaning their overall character at