Trust rhea board found itself facing service improvement targets. Using new corporate and clinical guidance, it set about taking a ‘whole systems’ approach to managing corporate risk, giving one of its director’s responsibility for the leadership of health and safety for the first time. Health and safety was also made a key item on the board agenda.
This has resulted in a much better integrated health and safety management system that increases the opportunity to identify and manage all reporter risks, and a much more open culture, improving reporting and monitoring. rhea board actively promotes a culture that gives staff the confidence to report incidents. This has resulted in: incidence rates reduced by 16% over two years; Insurance premiums reduced by 10%. LOL understand how health and safety legislation is implemented in the health and social care workplace 1. Review systems, policies and procedures which the new director need to implement to ensure that information on health and safety is properly communicated.
A. 1. 2 Based on the case study discuss the responsibilities for managing health and feet in the North Staffordshire combined INS Trust. B. 1.
3 Select one service area in the above trust (e. G. Surgical, medical, elderly, children), and analyses the health and safety priorities for the service chosen. (Opportunity to meet MI MS ODL & DO) Sources of information for LOL . ,1. 2 & 1.
3: Systems, policies and procedures for communicating information exemplar: pro formats; training; organizational culture; use of different media; exchange of information; record keeping; enforcement; compliance. Responsibilities for management of health and safety: organizational responsibilities Employers; employees; external agencies; visitors egg users of service, careers); monitoring and evaluating processes; auditing; inspecting the workplace; management structure and representation.
Legislative requirements current legislation, regulations and codes of practice relevant to health and safety in health and social care settings egg Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999, Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002,
Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, Food Safety Act 1990, Food Safety general Food Hygiene) Regulations 1995, Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, Health and Social Care Act 2008, Care Standards Act 2000, Mental TTY Discrimination A Act 2004 007 Children Implementation: safety aids egg walking aid, wheelchair, hoist; security systems egg door locks, Cameras, gates, alarms, patrol; maintenance egg ventilation, temperature control, buildings; Consequences of malfunction/breakdown of equipment.
Propose realistic improvements for the organisation and yourself in addressing dilemmas encountered 2. 4-Analyse the effect of non-compliance with health and safety legislation in a health and social care Norkplace M3 Present and communicate appropriate findings using a range of ethods of presentation.
Use an appropriate structure for the monitoring process 3. 1 -Explain how health and safety policies and practices are monitored and reviewed MM- Select, design and apply appropriate methods and techniques for presenting a range of sources of information relating to the monitoring and reviewing of Health and Safety policies and practices. Make effective Judgments as to how health and organizing your workload within a team with logical conclusion reached. 3.
2-Analyses the effectiveness of health and safety policies and practices in the workplace in promoting a positive, healthy and safe culture . -Evaluate own contributions to placing the health and safety needs of individuals at the centre of practice Ml- Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions for assessing responsibilities for health and safety in the workplace. Make effective Judgments as to how health and safety policies and practices are monitored and reviewed by a care organization ODL- Use critical retention to evaluate your own contribution to ensuring health and safety in a workplace, and Justify your conclusions. Propose realistic improvements for the organization and yourself in addressing dilemmas encountered