In this section I will try to outline the importance of allowing and supporting employer to take everyday risks but also recognising the need to as far as reasonably possible keep them from harm.
Safeguarding-PA has a duty to ensure employer is not abused or neglected.Abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual, financial. When employer has control over their package and are vulnerable the risk of abuse increases.
4 .1 The learner can work with individuals to balance the management of risk with individual rights and the views of others.
4.2 Work with individuals and others to develop a balanced approach to risk management that takes into account the benefits for individuals of risk taking
confidentiality versus disclosure; protection issues relating to individuals and to communities; sharing data between professionals; conflicts between principles of good practice and the values of others; rights and responsibilities of users of the service versus care workers and others; challenging behaviour; conflict; facilitator; advocate; advisor; counsellor; mentor; personal values and beliefs; legal responsibilities of disclosure
The principle of informed choice: eg professional, family, individual, child, the elderly; enabling environment; supporting others to make informed choices about the services they receive; making an informed choice; implementing an informed choice; decision making for both short term and long term; culture; values; views; unbiased information; evidence-based information; options Issues of individual capacity may affect informed choice: eg physical health, mental health, the law, social class, culture, religion, age, ability, gender, location, family support, carer support, social mobility, communication and interpersonal skills
Propose a strategy to manage risks