• Standards for Better Health (2006)
2. Describelocal and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infection
Health and Social Care Act (2008)
• An Act establishes and makes provision in connection with a Care Quality Commission
• It makes provision...
, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (1995) (RIDDOR)
2. 2 describelocal and organisationalpolicies and relevant to the prevention and control of infection.
All staff has a responsibility to attend the mandatory InfectionPrevention & Control training, which includes the...
(Unit IC01 - Assessment Criteria 3.1) |
Describe procedures and systems relevant to the prevention and control of infection:Standard Operation Procedures (S.O.Ps), it covers the health and safety policy along with other legislations and regulatory body standards in accordance to the prevention...
controls for storage, preparation and display of food -Inform their employer of any illness which may affect their safe handling of food |
2.2Describe local and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infection | Local and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the...
prevention and control of infection
The organisational polices relevant to the prevention and control of infection can be found in the office.
3 Understand systems and procedures relating to the prevention and control of infections
3.1 Describe procedures and systems relevant to the prevention and...
reasonable steps should be taken when carrying out your work duties
and all staff should have adequate health and safety training, and measures should
be taken to ensure that policies and procedures are in place and adhered to.
Describe how local and organizational policiesrelevant to the prevention...
employers’ responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of infection Outline current legislation and regulatory body standards which are relevant to the prevention and control of infectionDescribelocal and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infectionDescribe...
and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infection
The North Middlesex Hospital has set in place relevantpolicies and regulations in relation to HASAWA to adhere to in connection with prevention and control of infection. These are included in the policies:
standards and guidelines.
Skills for Health InfectionControl workplace competencies.
Other national standards and regulations that are current.
Local and organisationalpolicies :
Health and safety policies.
Any policies specific to...
, infectioncontrol procedures, recording and reporting procedures ect. All these policies and procedures can affect our working practices for example Manual and Handling is about supporting the weight of someone or moving them yourself by using an equipment, If you do not carry this procedures safely...
. controlled waste regulations act 1992
. managment of health and saftey work reulations 1999
. food saftey act 1990
1.2 describelocal and organisationalpolicies relevent to the prevention and controll of infetion
. providing training
. safe enviroment
.work policies and procedures...
Safety at Work Act
• Food Safety Act
• The Environmental Protection Regulations
2.2: Local and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infection are The Public Health (control of disease) Act 1984, Social Care Act, the NICE guidelines and also the...
, local authorities, private companies or voluntary organisation. It also protects the interests of people detained under the Mental Health Act.
Local and organisationalpolicies should incorporate all of the current laws, regulations and standards relating to infectionprevention and...
accordance with best practice guidance. The development of local cleaning
policies should take account of infectionprevention and control advice given
by the relevant expert and should address the following.
Care homes should be cleaned and kept clean to the highest possible...
legislation and regulations or standards that are relevant to infectioncontrol and prevention. Include those relating to PPE 2.1/5.4
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and Management of Health and Safety
at Work Regulations 1999
Both employers and employees are responsible for their own...
’ responsibility to provide adequate protectiveequipment and the employee’s responsibility to use it appropriately.Reporting Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrence Regulations (RIDDOR)1995.
Local and organisationalpoliciesrelevant to the prevention and control of infection are The Public...
increasingly in service users’ own homes. At the end of the unit, learners should be able to foresee potential hazards and know how to make appropriate responses to minimise risks, in the context of relevant legal and localpolicy requirements. Learners will investigate potential hazards for...
• Undertake risk assessment and management to identify and minimise the impact of infection hazards.
• Produce infectionprevention and controlpolicies and procedures
• Provide relevant equipment to enable you to prevent and controlinfection
• Identify and distribute relevant...
written report and relevant documentation eg accident report, incident report; understanding the policies, procedures and agreed ways of working for the work setting
3.3 Explain why it is important for emergency first aid tasks only to be carried out by qualified first aiders.
Someone not adequately...