Describe safe use of aids and equipment health and social care level 3 unit 229
We must also do it to ensure we are complying with all guidelines and policies and procedures. One important discriminatory practice is because of culture. Besides the heel, other areas commonly involved are the skin over the buttocks, sacrum, ankles hips and other bony sites of the body 1.
The skin consists of the epidermis or first skin layer and the dermis or second skin layer, these cover the subcutaneous fat, muscle and bone. If staffs are up to date on a care plan it 3 Rebecca Prout Unit 22 means they are all working under clear instruction and not following separate routines.
Every piece of legislation describes not only clear guidance of responsibilities but also how should we maintain health and safety to eliminate risks for the people using social care settings.
What is pressure care
Be able to follow the agreed care plan 4. The skin then breaks and pressure ulcers form 2. The learner will: 1. Understand what is required for competence in own work role 1. Right, Back, Left. Identify legislation that governs the use of medication in social care settings. If any aids or equipment are not safe do not use them and remove the item out of use where possible and report it. The skin, along with its derivatives, nails, hair, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands forms the Cu - Undertake Agreed Pressure Area Care. The surface of the skin can ulcerate which may become infected. Then if you working as a social care worker you have a responsibility to keep others safe therefore Armchairs, whether they need an armchair, curtain chair or recliner, and have an OT that will assess wheelchair suitability. Be able to follow the agreed care plan 3. They work like hinges or levers to pull or move particular joints when a muscle contracts, pulling the joint in the direction it is designed to move. The skin consists of the epidermis or first skin layer and the dermis or second skin layer, these cover the subcutaneous fat, muscle and bone. Describe the impact of specific conditions on the correct moving and positioning of an individual?
To assist this process an action plan have been drawn up to support the short term, mid-term and long term goals of the individual to enable Mr JB to Manual handling operations regulations as amended in ; Control of substances hazardous to health regulations COSHH Reporting injuries, Diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations RIDDOR Health and safety first aid regulations Management of health and safety at work regulations 1.
Care plans are agreed between the resident, staff and family which makes the individuals best interest at the heart of the care plan. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and understanding our individual differences. If care plans are followed it is less likely the resident can develop a pressure sore.
Aii Describe two ways how effective communication can affect relationships in an adult social care settings between individuals Unit 3 health and safety Describe how key legislation in relation to health, safety and security influence health and social care delivery.
3.3 identify any concerns with the agreed care plan prior to undertaking the pressure area care
However there are PPE, checking of equipment. In my workplace, most of my residents are at risk of developing pressure sores. Understand the different responsibilities relating to health and safety in social care settings 1. Identify legislation that governs the use of medication in social care settings. Pressure sores, also known as pressure ulcers or bedsores, are caused by unrelieved pressure and friction to the skin. Outcome 4 Understand the use of materials, equipment and resources available when undertaking pressure area care The learner can: 1. Learning outcomes 3, 5 and 6 must be assessed in a real work environment. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and understanding our individual differences. If a resident is nursed in bed and is not turned regularly onto various sides and back this can cause pressure sores as the individual is staying in one position for an extended period of time this leads to the breakdown of the skin. This chapter is set for the new staff members to deliver good quality and compassionate care for our services users. It is very important for us to follow health and safety policies and procedures to eradicate risks from workplace and maintain safe working Outcome 3 Be able to follow the agreed care plan The learner can: 1.
Organisations that provide support in this way are obliged to have in place procedures and agreed ways of working that describes exactly how each manoeuvre be carried out.
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