E5009740.CU1552 – CU1552 – Care for the physical and nutritional needs of babies and young children.
1.4 Explain organisational or regulatory procedures that protect babies, young children and practitioners when providing personal care and why these are necessary. Organisational
Policies and procedures provide the setting with a set of expectations that employers and employees must follow in order to maintain protection and safety for all parties. There are a wide range of policies and procedures that protect babies, young children and practitioners when providing personal care including Safeguarding Children policy, which is a wide subject however expects practitioners to detect signs of abuse, know how to report suspected abuse in the correct manner and care for children without any risk or harm. The mobile phone policy states that employers / employees must lock their mobile phone away during work hours as the children are at risk of having images taken of them or personal information shared about them, which also links to the social networking policy, where information about a child or their family must not be posted on social networking sites. The nursery's nappy changing policy states that an individual must have a clear CRB check to provide personal care for young children. The student and volunteer policy states that a student / volunteer who is not qualified should never be left alone with a child in the case of an emergency event happening. Staff training – All staff are trained and updated on the nursery's policies and procedures. Safeguarding training / child protection training is also undertaken by staff as it provides practitioners with more knowledge regarding a child's safety. Regulatory
CRB checks are documents that states if an individual has been convicted of any illegal offenses. All new employees will have to apply for a CRB check before they can work in a setting caring for children. It allows employers to check...
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