E50097040.CU1521 - CU1521 - Support Children and Young People's Health and Safety
My employer has a responsibility to provide a safe working environment which has safe access to and from my workplace including individual child’s homes and in community, and provide a risk assessment for all hazards which is reviewed and updating regular intervals. Risk assessment are done to identify and assess the risks and to try to avoid, assess and reduce the risks to the client, employees and employers whilst in the client own home, out in the community, play schemes and Grace Little centre. It is required by Law (Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1999) that employers are to complete a risk assessment to assess and identify
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Any accident/incident that results in an injury whilst at work must be reported to the manager and an accident report form must be completed. If any person has an accident that requires reporting under RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences) then the Operations manager (or the CEO) must be informed with 24 hours. There is a legal requirement to report this to the HSE Incident Contact Centre. Any fatality in the workplace must be reported to the Director/Chair person as soon as possible. Other people and agencies will need to be informed as required, for example line management without delay, relatives, social service team if involved, CQC in line with the Health and Social Care Act 2008 requires the registered manager to notify the Commission for social care inspection without delay of any event adversely affects the well-being or safety of any service user of a service inspected by them to comply with Outcome 20 regulation18 Notification of other Incidents of Essential Quality and Safety Standards.
Before planning activity for a child in outdoor