The nursery also has laundry facilities for things like blankets, face clothes and bedding. The details should be clear and include as much information as possible. When receiving medication parents must give written permission and inform staff of any medicine already given to the child.
This should include details of people involved, people who witnessed it and details of what happened. Raised lumps accompanied by swelling of the mouth or noes Severe vomiting or diarrhea A deep cut which needs stiches or glue Severe bruising Animal bites which break the skin Bites or stings with swelling which make the child ill 4.
The nursery has cleaners who come in every evening and clean the whole nursery.
The formula is made up with fresh boiled tap water and cooled in a jug of cold water. Diagrams showing hand washing procedures are up next to the sink in the staff toilet. Hand washing and sanitizing is the most important procedure we follow. If procedures are not followed staff may face dismissal, especially if a child ends up very ill.
Personal protective clothing is used when coming into contact with body fluids. This could be harmful towards the child. This can prevent the spread of infection from person to person.
Procedures within the work setting protect children, young people and practitioners. For younger children, bottles are sterilized and formula milk is made fresh for each feed. All staff must follow the strict policies to protect themselves against allegation or incorrectly administering.
When changing nappies, staff wears disposable aprons and gloves. Describe the reporting procedures for accidents, incidents, emergencies and illnesses All settings will have their own procedures for recording and reporting incidents, accidents, emergencies and illnesses. Ofsted define serious injuries as: A qualified member of staff is able to confidently carry out any actions required and prevent the effects of the injury or illness becoming worse.
Hands are always washed after using the toilet or changing a nappy, before handling or eating food, after messy play or playing outdoors.
Outcome 6 be able to follow infection control procedures 6. Hand sanitizing stations are on the walls at the entrance and in the rooms of the nursery. If I was alone with a child and unable to get anyone I would stay calm and follow the actions below: Outline procedures for infection control in own work setting Within the nursery setting we follow rules and advice aimed at preventing the spread of disease and infection.
Outline own role and responsibilities in the event of a child or young person requiring urgent medical attention As a member of staff who is training, my main responsibility is to inform a qualified member of staff who would know what to do in an emergency.
Accidents or illnesses If a child is seriously injured, the Health and Safety Executive must be informed.
After the child has been changed the changing mat is disinfected and wiped down. The nursery follows strict rules for food hygiene. Giving medicine must be given correctly because if it not it could result in taking too much medicine or something the child is allergic to.
The food is transported in a sealed container and taken to the kitchen in the nursery. For example when changing a nappy, cleaning up vomit or dealing with blood. The settings will implement policies which include: I would ensure I assisted in any way such as calling for the emergency services or bringing the first aid kit.
If anyone in the nursery has sickness or diarrhea, they are not allowed to return to the setting until they have been free from the symptoms for 48 hours. Settings should always include recording for bullying, fighting and any security incidents.
Communication with parents to ensure dosage and times for medicines are known and documented.Outline own role and responsibilities in the event of a child or young person requiring urgent medical attention.
My responsibility would be to protect the child as much as I could, keep a calm manner and do not panick/5(1). OUTLINE OWN ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE EVENT OF A CHILD OR YOUNG PERSON REQUIRING URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION If a child needs serious medical attention, you tell someone immediately and then do as you are told, that could be either staying with the child to comfort them or get a first aid box or call the ambulance.
Know what to do in the event of a non-medical incident or emergency. Identify non-medical incidents and Outline own role and responsibilities in the event of a child or young person requiring urgent medical attention.
5. Be able to follow the work setting procedures for reporting and. Outline own role and responsibilities in the event of a child or young person requiring urgent medical attention As a member of staff who is training, my main responsibility is to inform a qualified member of staff who would know what to do in an emergency.
Learning outcome 5 S Crockett Tameside College Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce Candidate name: Signature: Date: Assessor name: Sharon Crockett Signature: Date: Outline own role and responsibilities in the event of a child or young person requiring medical attention - As i have not yet completed my.
Explain own role and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding and security, Outline the legal requirements and guidance for: • health and safety Describe own role and responsibilities, including reporting, in the event of: • a baby or young child requiring urgent medical/dental attention • a non-medical incident or.Download