Outcome 1 – Understand anatomy and physiology in relation to moving and positioning individuals.
1. Outline the anatomy and physiology of the human body in relation to the importance of correct moving and positioning of individuals (See addendum 232 1.1)
2. Describe the impact of specific conditions on correct movement and positioning of an individual. • Wash Hands – Avoid cross infection
• Suitable clothing – Avoid restriction of movement and therefore increase risk of injury to you and the client • Check care plan : Ensures that all staff work the same way enables you to assess any potentials risks therefore avoiding or minimising these risks • Ensure you have the correct number of people to move the client: safeguard the safety of the client as well as the safety of yourself and colleagues • Clear environment: minimise risk and increase safety to you and client and colleagues • Engage the client: promote participation and independence • Explain the move: Safe guards you and the client ensuring that they are aware of what to expect and avoids resistance to the procedure therefore minimising risk • Gain consent: In line with person centred practice and Human rights act
Outcome 2 -Understand legislation and agreed ways of working when moving and positioning individuals
2.1 Describe how legislation and agreed ways of working affect working practices related to moving and positioning individuals.
• Health and safety Act – We must take safety and load into consideration • LOLER – Ensure that equipment used is safe and suitable and has had regular safety checks in line with legislation. • PCP Person centred planning- Client participation and people centred working practices as outlined in Care Standards • Care plans: Ensures uniformity for client Minimises risk • Risk assessments: Minimises any risks that may arise
2.1 Describe what health and safety factors need to be taken into account...
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