what the desired outcome of the activity you are planning is, according to Tassoni et al (2010:136), “Most activities with children and young people should have clear aims and objectives that are based around the required outcome linked to their age”. The key to planning is organisation and knowing the...
The main points of the health and safety policies and procedures identify significant risks in relations to the work place and work tasks, control the measures for hazards, the arrangements for reporting accidents or health problems, arrangements for first aid, fire and emergencies, who...
safe? Has a risk assessment been conducted?
* Duty of care – when planning the child’s safety and welfare should be of most importance
* That policies and procedures are being followed
* Staff ratios are correct
* There is a first aider present
* The desired outcomes of the child...
important to ensure that health and safety is in place. Ways in which we as staff can ensure safety for all is by remembering and carrying out certain procedures, and remember some important factors whilst doing this. Some examples of which are:
When planning room layouts, it is important to remember that...
organisations and user groups.
Creating a safe and healthy environment with all our services, avoiding situations where abuse or allegations of abuse may occur.
Respecting and promoting the rights, wishes and feelings of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Listening to children, young people and...
need to know about the health and safety
➢ Employers’liability ( compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 require employers to take out insurance against accidents and ill health to their employee
➢ Reporting injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrence events.regulation 1995 (Riddor) require employee to...
* Ensuring all fixtures and fittings are in good working order. This ensures their environment is safe thus reducing the likely hood of an accident.
* Ensuring all medical needs are meet for those children who require medication.
Unit 027, 1.1 – continued.
policies and procedures saying how the health and safety will be ensured and then follow these policies and procedures. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) 1994 is also part of the legislation for a healthy, safe and secure environment and states that a risk assessment should be done...
children, parents and careers is a legal obligation. You should always have the child’s safety and welfare in the front of your mind when planning.
· The desired outcomes for the children are the starting point. Most activities with children should have clear aims and objectives that are based around the...
Seen by a witness | | Assignment/ ProjectOther__________________ | | |
Personal Statement | | | | |
ASSESSMENT REPORT |
1.1 Explain the importance of recognising the centrality of the individual rather than the disability.Words are critical in shaping ideas, perceptions and attitudes...
and how to use them safely, that only open the oven when an adult is present, and understand the importance of personal hygiene while cooking
1.2 Explain how health and safety is monitored and maintained and how people in your work setting are aware of risk and hazards and encouraged to work safely
course has been designed to educate people about First Aid and its significance.
WHAT IS FIRST AID?
First aid - Is the treatment of any injury or suddenillness before professional medical help can be provided. The aim is to prevent the condition worsening, aid recovery and preserve life. It is not medical...
Road Trauma; two little words, that pack an almighty punch into the lives and families of those affected by vehicle accidents.
A definition by the Australian Academy of Science: “The word ‘trauma’ is especially appropriate to describe the injuries inflicted by road crashes. The medical profession uses...
children and young people’s health and safety.
Outcome 1: Know the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting.
1. Outline the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting.
It is the policy of the Nursery/Pre-School to comply fully with the requirements...
fatal road accidents. Depending the area you live, emergency services might take from ten to thirty minutes arrived. The time it takes for emergency services to arrive might be fatal for those who are involved in collisions. In these cases, the first person who is present at the scene of accident would be...
When considering indoor spaces, all rooms should be laid out and structured so that all users have enough space to move around with comfort, and be able to access materials and equipment with ease. The organisation of the room and objects within it should always be adequate for the number of people...
2. Explanation on the punitive actions authority can impose on an organization.
3. Description of the leading causes of safety and health accidents.
4. Explanation on- what companies can do to prevent work place violent?
1. Discussion on the organizational effects of...
children to use and that there is enough space for the children to play and the activities to take place, any and all spillages should be cleared up and all plug sockets should be covered. There are many factors to consider when planning activates outside. Practitioners must carry out a risk assessment...
Establish Root Cause
Accident investigation –reasons
Prevent a Recurrence
Improve a Safety Culture
To Learn From the Event
1. Lack of caring
2. Lack of perception
3. Wilful Cause (on purpose)
An accident case – 4 immediate
the child should be considered It’s important that the activities we provide have clear aims and objectives and that whilst the children and young people enjoy the activity they also feel safe and secure and that no unnecessary risks have been taken. Everyone working in the setting should be aware of...