P2 Introduction In the workplace Health and safety is a large factor as if someone gets hurt it can be very costly for the employer and the worker. So certain regulations are put in and have to be followed on site to make sure no one gets hurt. Depending on what work is happening on site different regulations apply to different people. If these regulations aren’t followed it can affect the flow of the work place. If the whole team are following the regulations it makes it easier for goals to be achieved.
(1974), all healthcare staff are legally required to take reasonable and practical safety measures to protect themselves, other staff, and anyone else who may be at risk within the workplace. (HM Government, 1974) This means that all staff must adhere to the policies and procedures within their workplace and ensure that any information regarding risk to others is displayed clearly. This also coincides with the NMC’s code of conduct in regards to competence and knowledge. It is vital that all nurses have a professional and ethical responsibility to ensure that their knowledge and
Legislations in an establishment are a groups of laws set by the government that must be followed otherwise an individual will be prosecuted. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is one of the most popular legislations found in a health and social care setting. HASAWA 1974 or otherwise known as the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 is a legislation that applies to Great Britain as well as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
This is important to ensure that a child is being supported to meet their set targets and they reach their full potential. Also any strengths or weaknesses can be identified during this process. A support plan is usually completed with a child as this helps to identify their needs, the plan can then be tailored specifically for them and adapted if necessary, this is then reviewed at intervals to monitor the progress made. We currently have a placement plan at our home that we use with the young mothers. This helps to identify their support needs and what areas they feel they may need extra support with.
7) Diverse Workforce Recruiting different culture and ethnic groups within the social work profession can increase avenues of cultural competency. This will reflect the social workers’ commitment to diversity and inclusion. Furthermore, a diverse workforce of social workers can bring skills or knowledges to the profession that can enhance the delivery of services to the clients 8) Professional Education Education and training need to keep up to meet the changing needs of the client populations. Social workers should be provided with training and opportunities for continuing education to sustain their competency and
Work together to maintain good health, independence and give support early and helping the individual to get back on there feet. (self directed or personalisation) Putting people first : Providing an individual with choice and control over their care and support which they need to carry on with their daily living. Even basic needs like using public transport, leisure, health and education these are outside of social care but still need to be sign posted to an individual with a sensory disability. By implementing person centered care you will empower the individual give them confidence and help them to live
This can be understood as an organisation recognising employee’s socio-emotional needs, efforts, commitment, loyalty as well as demonstrating concern for employee’s well-being (Jain, Giga & Cooper, 2013). Jain et al. (2013) put forward that social support within organisations lower employee’s stress and increases job satisfaction. Thus, resulting in support acting as a moderator between the different stressors experienced within work environments and buffering the organizational stress being experienced (Jain et al., 2013). These types of support acts as an emotional and financial support to counterbalance and reduce physical, psychological and behavioural reactions to stress (Jain et al., 2013).
When the government is involved in regulated the economy, it is therefore involved in the means of production. The means of production include workers, workplaces, and resources. In order to establish safe conditions, the government has created a variety of legislation to maintain these environments. The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), was enacted in 1970 to provide a consistent regulation throughout the nation. This was enacted in a response to an increased amount of serious injuries and deaths that occured in factories and other workplaces.
This relationship is oriented towards assisting the client to meet their own needs. Helpers must also be aware of client’s culture and religion during the relationship. It is essential to understand the management principles in human service delivery which define how services are delivered. The principles help the professionals to be effective and efficient when assisting clients. The roles and activities of the human service professional are provided in a variety of settings.
The Act gives protection to employees in both the public and private sector as well as applicants for employment and training. It allows an employer to put in place positive action measures to promote equal opportunities on gender grounds. It also allows positive action specifically geared towards the integration in employment of people over the age of 50, people with disabilities and members of the traveller