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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care - Module 2 - Health & Safety
    a financial and reputational nature How can you ensure you meet all these responsibilities in a structured manner Putting in place a step by step Safety Management System will ensure that not only are all statutory responsibilities met but other benefits can be achieved as well Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Module 2 Developing a Safety Management System in Residential Care Course Aims To provide managers with the knowledge to enable them combine the various elements of health and safety management into an integrated structured system together with the some tools to review performance Course Objectives Health and safety not just a statutory requirement but an essential feature of human resource management Securing the commitment of senior management line management and staff Understanding the components of a successful safety management system Policy and commitment Planning having a safety plan The risk assessment process The Safety Statement Competent persons Emergency planning Accident Management Occupational Health Measuring and reviewing performance key performance indicators Audit Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Quick overview of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 What is meant by the term a Safety Management System What are its components Auditing current health and safety arrangements Consultation processes with employees to meet requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Arrangements to review and update risk assessments and the Safety Statement Implementing required controls Training and supervision Appropriate arrangements Maintaining training records Health and Safety arrangements with contractors Promoting a culture of health and safety in the workplace Benefits other than just statutory compliance with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Reporting of accidents and incidents

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  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Process
    each of these hazards i e the level of risk associated with each hazard Having a structured hazard identification and risk assessment process in place ensures this not only takes place but provides for an on going management of the hazards as well as the identification of new hazards as they may arise Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Course Aims The course aims to provide management in residential care facilities with what is required in health and safety legislation i e the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 in relation to hazard identification and risk assessment and to provide them with the skills to carry out a risk assessment Course Objectives Providing the skills to carry out a hazard identification and risk assessment Identifying the sources of relevant information Who should be consulted with How are hazards and the risk assessment recorded When should a risk assessment be reviewed Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment the legal requirements Hazard identification Establishing the context where in the residential care facility do the risks exist nursing units housekeeping maintenance etc Identifying the hazards which are present in each of these areas and how Risk Assessment Identifying the risks Analysing the identified risks Evaluate the risks level of risk Treating the risks Recording the hazards and risks The communication consultation monitoring and review processes required to keep the risk assessment up to date Defining what is meant by the term controls The Hierarchy of Controls Identifying responsible persons to implement controls and appropriate time frames How to escalate risks to senior management which cannot be dealt with by a Line Manager Training

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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care - Module 4 - Health & Safety
    for senior and line managers who wish to undertake basic routine accident and incident investigation in a residential care facility It is vital to have a robust and efficient accident incident management system in order to be compliant with statutory requirements i e HIQA the HSA and the Injuries Board Course Aims Courses attendees will be equipped with the skills to Develop and implement an accident incident management policy and procedure including all aspects of managing an accident incident in the immediate aftermath when one occurs and in implementing corrective action to minimising the risk of recurrence in the long term Obtain detailed and accurate information and statistics regarding accidents Complete a thorough investigation and establish the root cause of the accident To implementing the learning to minimise the risk of a recurrence of a similar accident Course Objectives Identify the legal implications with respect to accidents in the workplace including the reporting of accidents to external agencies such as HIQA HSA The role of accident incident management in safety management systems Utilise the accident incident management model process Key components Understand the components of accident incident management How to respond to an incident How to investigate effectively Utilise information sources How to take notes keep good records interview witnesses write reports and statements Know the importance of photographs records and diary entries Take the correct steps in conducting an incident investigation Understand the role and function of the Injuries Board Implementing the Learning Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Taking a proactive approach to accident incident management including a focus on prevention Why accidents incidents happen Accident causation common theories Developing an accident incident management policy and procedure What is an accident incident and what is a near miss Managing an accident incident in the immediate short medium and long term Accident Incident Reporting What to report and how to whom e g affected person family senior management HIQA Health and Safety Authority Gardaí etc Responding to an incident accident when one occurs meeting the needs of an injured employee resident and visitor Responding to an incident accident when one occurs ensuring the safety of others and minimising the risk of recurrence in the short term and long term Disclosure communicating with relevant parties injured party family Investigation of accident incident key principles and element Key aspects of investigating an accident incident Collecting and protecting evidence in relation to the accident incident Statements of those involved witnesses etc A just fair approach to accident incident investigation A systems analysis approach Documenting the investigation process and report Implementation of learning from an accident incident towards minimising the risk of recurrence Training Methods PowerPoint presentation Workshop Short questionnaire Who Should Attend This Course Health and Safety Manager Health and Safety Officers Fire Safety Managers Clinical Nurse Managers Maintenance Facilities Manager Catering Housekeeping Manager etc Training Quality Accreditation and Risk Managers Human Resources Managers Line Managers Supervisors Certification Valid For 3 years Course Materials Full colour handout Duration 7 Hours Maximum learners

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  • Training - Health & Safety
    System in Residential Care The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 places considerable statutory responsibility on employers and managers and such responsibility is ongoing In addition having systems and processes in place to ensure the safety of staff and others who use and visit a nursing home can bring with it additional benefits of a financial and reputational nature How can you ensure you meet all these responsibilities in a structured manner Putting in place a step by step Safety Management System will ensure that not only are all statutory responsibilities met but other benefits can be achieved as well Learn More Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Module 1 Meeting the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 is the main piece of legislation which deals with safety health and welfare in the workplace It applies to all employers regardless of the sector The Act places considerable responsibility on employers and managers at a place of work not just in relation to their employees but also towards those who may use or attend a workplace The 2005 Act is supported by a range of regulations in particular the Safety Health and Welfare at Work General Application Regulations 2007 This course will provide employers and their managers with an overview of the key provisions of the 2005 Act with a focus on residential care Learn More Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care In recent years there has been an increased emphasis on governance in all Health and Social Care Organisations in relation to health and safety safety of service users safety of staff etc not least in residential care The initial focus of many managers will be on statutory compliance with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and with legislation related to the registration of the residential facility However having a safe environment for staff service users and others who may visit the facility makes sense for other reasons including financial and reputational This course will equip employers and managers with the skills and processes to manage all aspects of their safety health and welfare commitments Learn More Request A Quote Details Risk Assessment Course designed to train participants in the skills of effective risk assessment the knowledge to implement or improve current safety practices within their organisations it outlines general responsibilities and requirements under current occupational health and safety legislation The course is suitable for participants with or without a background in safety management Learn More Request A Quote Details Manual Handling This course will provide participants with the knowledge to conduct all manual handling activities in a manner that will prevent injury This course will inform participants on the consequences of lifting incorrectly and on safe manual handling techniques Learn More Request A Quote Details Safety Awareness This course designed to equip

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  • Accident Investigation Course
    items in your shopping cart 0 Search Search Phoenix Safety Training Services Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Categories Healthcare Nursing Homes Hospitals Evacuation Aids Ruth Lee Ciglow Extinguishers Fire Safety Training Evacuation Aids First Aid Training Equipment Health Safety Training Equipment Home Health Safety Training Accident Investigation Accident Investigation Quick Overview This course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills to ensure that their organisation has a thorough Accident Investigation System in place providing tools to obtain detailed and accurate information and statistics regarding accidents Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Participants who have completed this course will have a good understanding of Legal implications with respect to accidents in the workplace The role of accident investigation in safety management systems Accident investigation model The components of an accident investigation The correct steps in conducting an accident and or incident investigation The role and function of the Injuries Board Information Sources Who should attend Safety Advisors Facilities Managers Production Managers and Supervisors and any other personnel with responsible within the Organisations Safety Management System Assessment Certification Phoenix Safety Training Services Certification of Attendance Course Materials All participants will receive course handout Duration 1 Day Maximum Participants 16 It is vital that organisations have a robust and efficient accident investigation system in order to be compliant with the Injuries Board Following an accident a thorough investigation takes place to establish the root cause of the accident to prevent a re occurence of a similar accident My Cart You have no items in your shopping cart Compare Products You

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  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Process
    e the level of risk associated with each hazard Having a structured hazard identification and risk assessment process in place ensures this not only takes place but provides for an on going management of the hazards as well as the identification of new hazards as they may arise Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Course Aims The course aims to provide management in residential care facilities with what is required in health and safety legislation i e the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 in relation to hazard identification and risk assessment and to provide them with the skills to carry out a risk assessment Course Objectives Providing the skills to carry out a hazard identification and risk assessment Identifying the sources of relevant information Who should be consulted with How are hazards and the risk assessment recorded When should a risk assessment be reviewed Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment the legal requirements Hazard identification Establishing the context where in the residential care facility do the risks exist nursing units housekeeping maintenance etc Identifying the hazards which are present in each of these areas and how Risk Assessment Identifying the risks Analysing the identified risks Evaluate the risks level of risk Treating the risks Recording the hazards and risks The communication consultation monitoring and review processes required to keep the risk assessment up to date Defining what is meant by the term controls The Hierarchy of Controls Identifying responsible persons to implement controls and appropriate time frames How to escalate risks to senior management which cannot be dealt with by a Line Manager Training Methods PowerPoint presentation Workshop Short

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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care - Module 2 - Training - Health & Safety
    you ensure you meet all these responsibilities in a structured manner Putting in place a step by step Safety Management System will ensure that not only are all statutory responsibilities met but other benefits can be achieved as well Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Module 2 Developing a Safety Management System in Residential Care Course Aims To provide managers with the knowledge to enable them combine the various elements of health and safety management into an integrated structured system together with the some tools to review performance Course Objectives Health and safety not just a statutory requirement but an essential feature of human resource management Securing the commitment of senior management line management and staff Understanding the components of a successful safety management system Policy and commitment Planning having a safety plan The risk assessment process The Safety Statement Competent persons Emergency planning Accident Management Occupational Health Measuring and reviewing performance key performance indicators Audit Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme Quick overview of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 What is meant by the term a Safety Management System What are its components Auditing current health and safety arrangements Consultation processes with employees to meet requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Arrangements to review and update risk assessments and the Safety Statement Implementing required controls Training and supervision Appropriate arrangements Maintaining training records Health and Safety arrangements with contractors Promoting a culture of health and safety in the workplace Benefits other than just statutory compliance with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Reporting of accidents and incidents when and to whom Investigating accidents and

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  • Meeting the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
    not just in relation to their employees but also towards those who may use or attend a workplace The 2005 Act is supported by a range of regulations in particular the Safety Health and Welfare at Work General Application Regulations 2007 This course will provide employers and their managers with an overview of the key provisions of the 2005 Act with a focus on residential care Request A Quote Company Name Personal Name Phone Email Refresh Enter the text above Required Fields Submit Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Module 1 Meeting the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 Course Aims To provide managers in residential care with a working knowledge of health and safety legislation in Ireland i e the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and associated regulations in particular that which is relevant to residential care facilities Course Objectives Managers will acquire an understanding of the relevant legislation and its components as well as an understanding of what is required to achieve ongoing compliance in terms of the key processes involved Pre Course Requirements None Course Programme The course will deal with the key provisions of the 2005 Act and associated regulations including Statutory requirements on employers and managers Statutory duty on employees What is meant by the term hazard What is meant by the term risk What is meant by the term risk assessment when must it be completed What is meant by the term a Safety Policy What is a Safety Statement What is meant by the term a safe place of work What is meant by the term a safe system of work How far must a manager to go to ensure that a safe place of work or safe system of work the term reasonably practicable What is meant by the term competent person How the Act applies to persons other than employees How the Act applies to contractors such as cleaning catering building etc Statutory requirements in relation to certain categories of workers e g night and shift workers pregnant workers etc What are the statutory requirements in relation to consultation with employees Training Methods PowerPoint presentation Workshop Short questionnaire Who Should Attend This Course Health and Safety Manager Health and Safety Officers Fire Safety Managers Clinical Nurse Managers Maintenance Facilities Manager Catering Housekeeping Manager etc Training Quality Accreditation and Risk Managers Human Resources Managers Line Managers Supervisors Certification Valid For 3 years Course Materials Full colour handout Duration 7 Hours Maximum learners 16 Additional Information Their is a wide range of what can be termed health and safety legislation in Ireland which applies to all work settings not least the residential care setting The principal legislation is the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 together with associated regulations such as the 2007 General Application regulations which deals with workplaces work equipment manual handling night and shift work etc all of which have relevance to health and

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