MU 2.4: Contribute to children and young peoples health and safety.
1) Know the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting.
1.1:Outline the health and safety policies and procedures of the work setting.
⦁ All children are supervised by adults at all times
⦁ An accident book is available at all times and will always be within sight of an adult
⦁ Children will leave the group with authorised people
⦁ Safety checks on premises are made before each session
⦁ Outdoor areas are securely fenced
⦁ All dangerous materials are safely away from children
⦁ Fire drills held once a term
⦁ A daily register will be take twice
⦁ First aid box avalable at all times
⦁ Fire blankets/extinguisher checked regularly
⦁ Non smoking environment
⦁ Hot drinks are away from children at all times
⦁ Spillages and food cleared up immediately
⦁ Weekly cleaning of all toys and equipment
1.2:Identify the lines of resposibility and reporting of health and safety in the setting
1.3:Explain what a risk assessment is and how this is managed in the work setting
A risk assessment is completed twice a day it is where you make sure the setting is safe and secure before the children arrive and after they leave. You check to make sure theres no spillages, check for glass or any other broken equipment or make sure hazardous equipment is securely away. These a just a few areas needed to be covered. This will completed twice daily and once done the staff member will be signed to be confirmed of completion.
3.1:Identify non-medical incidents and emergencies that may occur in the work place
Non medical incidents that could occur in the work setting could include:
⦁ Loss of property
⦁ Loss of services(water,electricity,gas)
⦁ data loss/damage
⦁ personal conflicts
⦁ lack of planning
⦁ bad management
7.1:identify the procedures of the work setting governing the reciept, storage and administration of medicines
A medical form is completed if