1.4 Explain organisational and/or regulatory procedures that protect babies, young children and practitioners when providing personal care and why these are necessary? The organisational and/or regulatory procedures that protect babies, young children and practitioners when providing personal care are:- Organisational procedures
Policies and procedures- The policies and procedures that protect babies, young children and practitioners are; The mobile phone policy, which states all personal mobile phones must be locked away. The use of cameras policy, which states pictures of children attending the setting are forbidden on personal devices, the nursery cameras may be used by practitioners and these are monitored and locked away at the end of the day, as for uploading these pictures this must only be done by the Manger or Assistant Manager and only onto the Business laptop, these will be deleted once uploaded, printed and either stuck into learning journeys and displayed on displays with permission. The safe guarding policy, this states expectations on how to report and record suspected abuse, how to detect abuse with signs and symptoms and how to deal with allegations of abuse against practitioners. The polices and procedures are in place to outline clear expectations of practitioners which enables children and young babies to be protected during personal care routines. Being in sight and hearing distance- Being in sight and hearing distance is a procedure in place at my setting to help keep babies and young children safe during personal care routines because it means children are never left alone with one member of staff to ensure abuse of a child by a practitioner is minimised, it also means by staying in hearing distance, conversations between children and practitioners can always be overheard by other practitioners, this ensures monitoring of conversations. Providing practitioners with child protection training-
Ensuring child protection training is...
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