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This course is suitable for managers.

This course has been created to provide information on why health and safety in the workplace is important to employees and employers, what you must do according to UK legislation to ensure your health and safety at work and that of your colleagues.

 

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This course deals with the fundamentals and principles involved in preventing healthcare-associated infections. You will also learn how you should manage them, and apply your principles of infection control knowledge in practice.

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Learning Objectives

To learn how to improve manual handling techniques, move and handle loads safely and be able to conduct a personal manual handling risk assessment.

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  • Define the term ‘Safeguarding‘
  • To understand your role in recognising and reporting abuse
  • To understand The term, “Adult at Risk”
  • Define abuse and the categories of abuse
  • Identify why some adults are vulnerable or more at risk from abusive behaviour
  • Understand what it means to make safeguarding personal.
  • List the indicators of abuse
  • Understand how to raise a safeguarding concern
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  • Understand the importance of minimising risks to the people who use our services whilst ensuring the patient is central to all decision making
  • Know how to Respond to safeguarding alerts/referrals appropriately
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities  that partner agencies have in safeguarding patients
  • Fully understand the importance of sharing information whilst following best practice and preserving evidence
  • Explain what legislation is relevant to undertaking safeguarding activity
  • Identify the risk factors for radicalisation and who to contact regarding preventative action
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  • Recognise potential indicators of child maltreatment
  • Understand the different categories and types of child maltreatment (physical, sexual , emotional abuse and neglect) including fabricated illness, child trafficking,  female genital mutilation, child sexual exploitation, forced marriage, honour-based violence and radicalisation
  • Demonstrate a willingness to listen to children and young people and to act on issues and concerns
  • Understand the relevance of parent, carer and family factors such as physical and mental ill-health, domestic abuse and substance and alcohol misuse on the well-being and development of a child or young person
  • Understand the safeguarding risks with the internet and online social networking
  • Know what the term ‘Looked After Child’ means
  • Know what to do if you have concerns about child maltreatment including where to access local safeguarding polices, where to seek advice in the Organisation and to have an understanding of the process for referral to Children’s Social Care
  • Know what to do if you don’t think your concerns are being taken seriously
  • Understand the importance of sharing information about a child or young person where there are safeguarding concerns

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