standards and the codes of practice for social care workers
* Care standards
* The Health and Social care act
Unit 4222/307 1.2
1.2. Explainhowlegal requirements and codes of practise can informpractice in handlinginformationLegal requirements give you guidance and support...
information in social care settings
1.1. Identify legislation and codes of practice that relate to handlinginformation in social care settings
1.2. Explainhowlegal requirements and codes of practiceinformpractice in handlinginformation
2. Understand good practice in handlinginformation in social...
residents and employees in the home. If some employees fail to follow the code of practice and policy and procedures then they will fail to work as part of a team which could effect the staff and the residents.
Bvii. Explainhow you could influence the quality of the service provided by:
website about handling people information
You can also find out how to handle information by looking at your company policies and procedures manual, looking in your own code of conduct and requesting information from your line manager about how to do this effectively.
Q 1.2 Explainhowlegal...
The PIPEDA requires that any business that collects, uses or discloses personal information in the course of commercial activity establish privacy policies and practices based on the following ten privacy principles of the Canadian Standard Association’s Model Code for the Protection of Personal...
points of legal requirements and codes of practice for handlinginformation in health and social care
The Data Protection Act relates to all information that is kept on an individual.
There are eight basic principles to the Data Protection Act.
The Data must be:
* Fairly, and lawfully...
: confidentiality, data protection, information sharing, safeguarding and discrimination.
1.2 Explainhowlegal requirements and codes of practiceinformpractice in handlinginformationHowlegal requirements/codes of practiceinformpractice in handlinginformation: Including, security...
Data Protection Act 1998
Health and Social Care Act 2001
Article 8 for The European Convention on Human Rights
1.2 Summarise the main points of legal requirements and codes of practice for handlinginformation in health and social care
The Data Protection Act 1998.
The Act defines personal data...
risk and costs, complying with legal requirements and policies and procedures of organisation.
2.3 Explainhow and when to report potential health and safety risks that have been identified.
Continuously checking for risks, reporting to managers etc. as soon as being aware in accordance with...
the Data Protection Act 1998, which covers medical records, social service records, credit information, and local authority information- in fact, anything which is personal data (facts and opinions about an individual).
Outcome 1.2 explainhowlegal requirements and codes of practice...
Learning from my mistakes I forgot to enter a code into the special handling filter when inputting data on the computer so I told a colleague and they then showed me how to go back into the form and add the code.
3. Briefly describe at least two different types of career pathways that may be...
materials, if any, have you received regarding the handling of juveniles sent to an educational, correctional or prison facility? i.e., handbooks, a code of conduct, guidelines, human rights documents?
• Would you explain the legal framework of this juvenile facility? Which...
boundaries, and maintaining confidentiality” (p. 7). The counselor is not allowed to share confidential information without the client’s consent or without legal or ethical justification (ACA, 2005). The ACA code of ethics then goes on to explain what they mean by legal or ethical justification. They...
including family members and fellow employees who have access to
any technology clients may use in
the counseling process.
Inform clients of pertinent legal
rights and limitations governing
the practice of a profession over
state lines or international
Use encrypted Web sites and e...
and attention to encourage the speaker and signal your interest
Section 4 – Understand how to work with and support colleagues
1. Explain the purpose of agreeing standards for your own work. Give at least two reasons.
The Code of Practice for Employers of Social Care Workers sets down...
suspected misconduct of a colleague in respect of care of a client
I must inform the client why the information needs to be passed on the others and that it is my responsability to do so.
4.4 Explainhow and when to seek advice about confidentiality
This will be outlined in :
intended to physically harm himself or someone else? How is this similar or different to the ethics codes? See http://www.nbcc.org/directory/ to look up legalinformation related to your state.
In Minnesota, counselors must take action if a client discloses the intention to harm himself or another...
shall encourage, where appropriate, professional organisations to inform consumers of their codes of practice”. The EU encourages, once again, businesses to comply with a principle of transparency by requiring that consumers must be provided with information on the code of conduct. c) The Directive...
clearly identified. Make assessment information available to authorised colleagues, follow procedures to maintain confidentiality.
Give constructive feedback This must be given to the candidate after the assessment as soon as possible. This is to inform them how they did and what they have...
. Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice.
Outcome 3 Be able to evaluate own performance
The learner can:
a. Evaluate own knowledge, performance and understanding against relevant standards
b. Demonstrate use of feedback to evaluate own performance and inform...