• Manual handling operations regulations 1992 This act promotes safer moving and handling and appropriate use of equipment for example using lifts to help service users in an out of the bath instead of trying to live a service user by hand.
This is an important act in health and social care because it prevents injuries to service users or care employees • Data protection act 1998 This act protects individual’s rights to their personal data being stored.
There are four • Control of substances hazardous to health regulation (COSHH) 2002.
This legislation was introduced in 2002 and covers the use and storage of chemicals.
Students will overall be graded with a: Level 2 distinction*, level 2 distinction, level 2 merit, level 2 pass or level 1.
Topics they will study include: Year 10This year students are completing unit 1 and unit 2 internal units.
100 hours is required for the Level 3 Diploma You will learn more about the human body, nutrition and procedures within health & social care.
Unit 3 health and safety Describe how key legislation in relation to health, safety and security influence health and social care delivery.
The advanced modalities of continuous veno-venous hemodiafiltration (CVVHDF), Peritoneal Dialysis, and Hemodialysis are implemented with specific attention to the individual needs of the patient in acute renal failure.
The care team is comprised of highly trained and experienced nephrologists, dietitians, social workers, child life specialists, patient representatives and hospital chaplain who provide 24 hour on-call services 365 days a year.