Promoting a culture in your service that supports people to assess risks and make informed choices.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) requires care providers to have a formal system to assess staff competence to administer medication. This practical workshop provides the knowledge, materials and skills to care providers to create and manage a formal system to assess staff competence.
Funded for adult social care staff in Brighton and Hove
This qualification aims to raise awareness about the impact and consequences of a fall, the risks and hazards that could result in a fall and how to prevent or reduce the risk of a fall.
The main focus of this area of inspection is the risk assessment process and how you involve the people you support in deciding what’s appropriate, ensuring you and your staff teams help and document this. This focus also includes your ability to review risks and support longer-term improvement, as well as the safety of the equipment and your staff’s ability to use it.
This Risk Assessment training course is designed to help businesses comply with the Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999 by explaining how to complete a suitable and sufficient workplace risk assessment. Risk assessments are a legal requirement for all types of workplaces.
The course helps you to understand each of the key steps of a risk assessment, including how to identify risks, manage hazards and determine the likelihood of harm, so that you are confident in carrying out a risk assessment in your own premises.
Promoting wellbeing with the goal of achieving the best outcomes for the service user sometimes involves risk. Positive risk taking involves taking carefully considered risks that create positive outcomes for the service user, such as improved wellbeing and promotion of independence and dignity.
This new workshop helps organisations look at how they can ensure the safety well-being of people in need of care and support services, based on the principles of the Care Act 2014.
9.30am – 4.30pm 7 September 2023
Please note if you are a provider registered with CQC, and with premises located in England, CQC is the relevant regulatory body for patient safety matters
People who work in health and social care constitute a large and diverse workforce looking after a predominantly vulnerable population. Employees have the right to work in a healthy and safe workplace, and the people using services are entitled to care and support that is safe and takes their needs, freedom and dignity into account.
Managing these different needs can sometimes present unique and complex situations which can, if not effectively managed, result in serious harm to employees, people using care services and others. The typical hazards include: