All professionals involved with children must know and understand what to do and the most effective ways of sharing information about children who are at risk of abuse or neglect. In my workplace setting all staff receive the updated policies and procedures every September, we must sign to say we have received and read these policies. The policies are adopted from our local authority and cover all legislation which is set down by the government including â€ ̃Actsâ€TM such as Freedom of information act 2000 and Data protection act 1998, this is the most specific with regard to restricting how we use information, it was designed to prevent data on individuals from being passed on to others without consent. All organisations including schools, processing personal data electronically are legally required to register their processing activities with the IC (information commissioner). School policies ensure that all staff working in our school can do so with confidence, they will respect confidentiality in many ways such as, Information about children will be shared with
When working with children and young people, it is important that their safety and well-being is paramount. There are a number of guidelines, policies and procedures which cover the safeguarding of pupils, including; Working together to safeguard children (2013)- This policy sets out guidelines of how organisations and individuals should work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in accordance with the Children Act 1989 and the Children Act 2004. As well as laying out these guidelines, the document also provides a summary of: The nature of child abuse and neglect and the impact it may have on children and young people. How to operate the best practice in child protection procedure.
There are a numbers of policies with the UK that affect the safeguarding of children and young people. The United Nations brought in the Convention of the Rights of the Child 1989 which sets out the rights of children. Included in these rights are the right to an education, the right to privacy and the right to be protected from physical harm, abuse and exploitation. The rights apply to all children and ensure that they are protected and looked after in an appropriate way.
Barriers in Health and Social Care: The barriers in health and social care are physical barriers, psychological barriers, financial barriers, geographical barriers, cultural/language barriers and resource barriers. Physical barrier Physical barrier are objects that prevent an individual from getting to their destination. For example, a wheelchair user is unable to enter a building because there are steps so they can’t get through the entrance.
Correct me if I am wrong but I do not think this has anything to do with going from say 1371 to 1391. This has all to do with this script control feature on older clients vs newer clients. Older servers will not support script control because this is a new feature. Older clients will receive the script control policy and throw it away because it does not know about this new feature. When the client auto-updates to a newer build that supports script control it needs a refresh of that policy to enable it.
1.1 Identify the regulatory requirements, codes of practice and relevant guidance for managing concerns and complaints in own area of work. The Local Complaint Stage (1) Immediately after hearing of a complaint, contact the complainant to determine where their issues lie and what they would like to see as a result of the investigation. It is important that the local manager • Demonstrates a caring attitude and shows that there is a genuine attempt to understand the problem. • Ensures the complainant is aware of the complaint process and timelines • Provides the complainant with their contact name and telephone number • Obtains all complaint details at this point of contact to avoid the customer having to repeat themselves
Task 2 7 / C.P6: Compare the influence of different health and safety laws or policies on health and social care practice in a selected setting There are several different health and safety laws and policies that vary between settings in health and social care aimed towards different legislations that must be followed, and have resulted in improvements in health and social care practice. It is important that these legislations are followed by service providers in order for them to promote safe practice and to fully understand their responsibilities under these legislations. Some of the legislations include the Health and Safety at Work Act etc 1974, the Data Protection Act 1998, the Care Act 2014, the Care Standards Act 2000 and the Equality Act 2010.
As many of you are aware, there has been a recent outbreak of several illnesses in our local schools and some have reached our daycare kids. In an effort to head off any more spreading of these germs the daycare room has been sanitized from top to bottom, including all toys. We wanted to take this opportunities to also revisit some of our daycare rules so that everyone is on the same page and there are no further miscommunications. -Daycare
"All children have individual sleep and rest requirements. Children need a comfortable relaxing environment to enable their bodies to rest. This environment must be safe and well supervised to ensure children are safe, healthy and secure in their environment. "(Community Child care Co-operative, Page1, July 2013) Ensuring that there are adequate numbers of cots and bedding available to children that meet Australian standards and is clean and not torn or have holes.
Provision 9, is about the nursing profession and all other professions and organizations in the health care field. They must articulate nursing values, maintain the integrity of the profession, and integrate principles of social justice into nursing and health policy. Articulation and assertion of values discuss how nurses have affirmed core values that we all strive to have to be able to provide the best quality of care. These core values though may be jeopardized when confronted with a conflict. This section in provision 9 does not greatly expand further, but throughout all of the other provisions, this is not a new topic as through the case studies done weekly, we are able to practice our nursing judgements and ethics to resolve case studies.
As previously described, the United States is the country that spends the most money in health care in the world. For example, just in the year 2008, it spent 16.2 percent of its gross domestic product on health- care (Gaydos 700). Through the population health model, investment and policy decisions in areas such as education, income transfer, civil rights, macroeconomics, employment, welfare, housing, and neighborhoods would have a significant effect on improving a population’s health than increasing the spending on medical services. (Jonas & Kovner 92). Through this model, there might not only be a decrease in what is spent by the country in health care services, but also an improvement in many other areas that would improve the economy of
i.10The sponsor is providing the minor with a safe environment. The placement is located in an apartment complex in Woodbridge, VA. The placement appears to be safe and no visible hazards were observed. The minor is provided her own bed and shares the bedroom with other sisters. The minor did not report any concerns regarding her safety, the placement or the community.
Safeguard children ensuring they are protected from harm. Ensuring children are kept safe, healthy and well cared for Promoting positive behaviour among children. Ensuring their basic individual needs are met. Ensuring that adults and staff are qualified for the role of caring and supervising children. ensuring that the indoor and outdoor premises is clean safe and free from hazardous objects and