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MU 2.4- Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety 1- 1.1
Outline the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting

Nursery policies
-babysitting policy
-behaviour management policy
-confidentiality policy
-display policy
-equality and diversity policy
-key carer policy
-no smoking policy
-partnership working policy
-pet care policy
-safeguarding children policy
-sick child policy
-special educational needs policy
-staff personal training policy
-training policy
-use of cameras and photography policy
-water and milk policy

Nursery procedures
-accident/incident reports procedure
-complaints procedure
-procedures for supporting children speaking EAL
-medicine records procedure
-misplaced child procedure
-napping changing procedure
-nursery evacuation procedure
-parental responsibility verification procedure
-register completion procedure
-guidelines to support children, families and staff in the event of a parental separation -significant incident reporting procedure
-suitable person and clearance procedure
-transition to school procedure
-uncollected child procedure
-updating child information procedure

-behaviour incident form
-child incident record
-training request form
-weekly staff register
-my day sheet
MU 2.4- Contribute to children and young people’s health and safety 1- 1.2
Identify the lines of responsibility and reporting for health and safety in the work setting

In a work setting it is every employee’s responsibility for health and safety. If I were to notice something that would affect someone’s health and safety then this is when I would report to my room leader and a senior member of staff at the work setting. For example when I am working in the nursery and I see a child hurt themselves I report to the room leader or a senior member of staff to inform them of what has happened.

-Each employee is responsible for...
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