Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 317.1
Understand what is required for competence in own work role 2. Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards. The expectations of my job as a playworker as expressed in the relevant standards are as follows, The Health & Safety at work act, which aims to create an environment that is safe and without risk to health, to prevent accidents and cases of work related ill health, using, maintaining and storing equipment safely and ensuring that all staff are competent in the work that they do. Play settings are required to undertake regular risk assessments and to take any action arising from them. Risk assessments should be logged and monitored. The Children’s act 2004 is in place to ensure every child whatever their background or circumstances, have the support they need to stay healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic wellbeing. This means easier access to information and advice services at a local level and earlier support for parents experiencing difficulties. Playwork settings must follow policies and procedures of the setting. our setting has a child protection policy which follows the procedures set out in guidance produced by our local safeguarding children’s board which in line with the all wales child protection procedures. These are in place to protect the children from any form of abuse and to educate staff about what signs to look for and where to get help if needed. To ensure the rights of the children, young people and people who care for them, a first aider should always be on the premises. Any accidents should be treated accordingly by the first aider and if the injury is serious ambulance should be called and parents contacted. Accident / head injury forms must be completed and signed by staff, supervisor and parent following our accident...
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