. We have a responsibility to keep our clients safe but we also need to take in consideration their rights as a human being.
24. Explainhowrisktakingrelates to rights and responsibilities (7.7.3)
25. Explain why riskassessments need to be regularly revised (7.7.4)
Things change as...
safety legislation requires employees to report hazards to their supervisor.
Explainhowriskassessments can help address dilemmas between rights and health and safety concerns
This follows from the previous dilemma question. Carrying out a riskassessment supports the individual to have their...
Risks in planned activities eg outings, dancing etc.
ques 10 explainhowrisktaking and riskassessmentrelate to an individuals rights and responsibilitiesRights are related to responsibilities the same way freedom comes with responsibility. Rights are privileges that someone...
particular staff, for example expectant mothers and young workers
The individual risks to particular people using services, for example the risk of an individual falling out of bed, or needing help to safely mobilise
7.2 Explainhowriskassessmentsrelate to rights and responsibilities.
for an individual’s:
Personal habits like for example drinking, smoking, over eating, self mutilation.
7.2 EXPLAINHOWRISKASSESSMENTRELATES TO RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
Riskassessmentrelates to rights and responsibilities in...
and whether staff have occupational/assessment experience.
In addition there are also learner based risks such as their own occupational competence, their own responsibility and motivation towards meeting assessment criteria and taking part in set assessments. There may also be risks relating to...
risk-taking and riskassessmentrelate to rights and responsibilities
Everyone Is entitled to take risks. All risks that we take are assed by us such as crossing the road, getting on a plane. Takingrisk is part of life and individuals who are supported to make decisions should also feel that it...
risk-taking and riskassessmentrelate to rights and responsibilitiesRisktaking and riskassessmentrelate to rights
and responsibilities in the following ways:
Riskassessment: It is the responsibility of the
social care worker to evaluate any risk to the
service user, and implement a plan...
requirements – Rightly so there are rules/regulations and guidelines put into place to protect the customers, care workers and other professionals. These are again done, to protect all concerned.
7.2 Explainhowrisk-takingassessmentsrelate to rights and responsibilities.
There are guidelines...
health and social care:
* To protect
* To reduce harm
* To see if any health and safety measurements need to be put into place
7.2 Explainhowrisktaking and riskassessmentsrelate to rights and responsibilities:
Risktaking- we are not to take risks as our health and others...
of hazard identified and action
taken; agreed reporting procedures and lines of communication
3 Explainhowriskassessment can help address dilemmas between rights and health and safety concerns
Individual rights and health and safety concerns: using risk-assessment
M/503/1229 Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning
AC 1.3 Describe your own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning.
AC 1.4 Explainhow you identify and meet the needs of your learners, taking in to account before, during and after teaching?
- identifying hazards
- evaluating risks
- taking precautions
- reviewing risks
- reporting and recording outcomes
2.3 Explainhow and when to report potential health and safety risks that have been identified
How to report:
- fill in the riskassessment form...
CASE STUDY 4- TECHNO PRODUCT CORPORATION
1 .Explain the differences between audit risk and business risk?
Business riskrelates mainly to an organization’s goals and objectives. It is essentially the potential cost incurred if the business does not achieve its strategic plans. The assessment...
LO1 Understand how to plan and provide environments and services that support children and young people’s health and safety.
(1.1) Describe the factors to take into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services.
A RiskAssessment on behalf of BMBC...
Evidence Portfolio Date
You should inform your manager of any potential risk or hazard,
immediately. It is your responsibility to maintain the safety of
yourself and others at all times, within the workplace.
right to take risks. We all take risks in our day-to-day lives. A riskassessment is not intended to prevent an individual from doing things they wish to do, but to identify the level of risk associated with specific activities so that precautions can be taken when warranted.
2.5 Explainhow to...
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|4. Understand how to support individuals with disabilities|4.1 Explain the connection between an individual’s right to take risks and their responsibilities | | | |
|in decisions about risk-taking...
, and to share in a group experience
• Political - factors such as being involved and having a say in what is happening or should happen in their environment, having their opinions respected etc
Explainhowrisk-takingassessmentrelate to rights and responsibilities
We all need to take risks in...
assessment is to identify the hazards. Decide who might be harmed and how evaluate the risks and decide on precaution. Record your findings and implement them Review your assessment and update if necessary.
4.4 Explain the importance of carrying out riskassessment
The importance of carrying out...