Hands are to be washed thoroughly with soap after using the toilet, dealing with uncooked foods, particularly raw meat, poultry and fish. Changing nappies, blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. Playing with animals. Working or playing in the garden and taking out the rubbish. Wash hands thoroughly with soap before eating and preparing food. Treating a cut or wound. Rubbing your hands together until they are really soapy, remembering the back of hands, wrists, thumbs and nails. Rinse well and dry using towels. Toilets, sinks and potties must be kept clean at ALL times.Potties should be empty to into the toilet immediately,rinse the potty with sink water,food sink should be never used,dump the rinse water into a toilet,potty and toilet should be disinfected ater every single use,disinfect sink and wash hands.Nappy disposal it's very important.I wiil always make sure that all naapies are disposal in separatly nappy bags.I wiil always segregate domestic and clinical waste. Used nappies,gloves, aprons should be stored in correct clinical waste bags in foot-operated bins,all soiled nappies from the house should be removed and put in the rubbish bin outside the house Clean the high chair immediately after use and wipe with antibacterial wipe. Bodily fluids-
Tissues used for blowing, coughing or sneezing should be put straight in the bin. Blood, faeces, vomit, saliva or discharge from noses should be cleared up with tissues and then put in a bag and in the bin. Any surfaces should be disinfected straight away. Disposable gloves and aprons should be worn.
All surfaces should be wiped with antibacterial spray regularly each day and kitchen equipment should be cleaned after use. Equipment should be regularly checked for damage. Tea towels and dish cloths changed frequently and bins emptied and cleaned regularly. Fridge and freezer temperatures should be daily checked.Fridge temperature should be between 3-5ºCfreezer -18 ºC. Store leftovers in covered containers in the fridge and consume within 2-3 days.Food that has passed its ‘use-by’ date have to be throwing out. Raw meat stored at the bottom of the fridge and all food must be thoroughly and safely defrosted. All food cooling on surfaces must be covered and re-heated food must be cooked to boiling point.
Never leave children alone outside, Explain to children they must ask for help if toys roll into the street or road. Check the outdoor play area routinely. Remove rubbish, sharp branches, tools, lawn equipment, and animal feaces. Be sure all outdoor play areas are fenced, especially near a street, parking lot, pond, well, or railroad track. Surround electrical appliances in the play area, such as air conditioners, with fences so children cannot reach them. Remove gas grills from outdoor play areas
Keep gates closed at all times and install childproof latches
Lock storage sheds, barns, and garages. Require children to use helmets when using tricycles, bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, and ride-on toys. Reduce choking risks by having children remove helmets when playing on playground equipment. Use safety straps to secure children in prams/pushchairs.
Make sure all sharp and breakable items are out of children's reach, make sure all cleaning products, medications and other poisons are locked safely away from children. Have gates/barriers put in place to prevent children having accidents, like falling down the stairs, and keeping them out of the kitchen if there was food cooking. Make sure shelves and other tall pieces of furniture are secured to the wall properly. Cover up and sharp edges and corners to protect children. Protecting children's safety and preventing