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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care - Module 2 - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    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 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 incidents 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 Managers Training Quality Accreditation and Risk Managers Human Resources Managers Line Managers Supervisors Certification Valid For 3 years Course Materials Full color handout Duration 3 to 4 Hours Maximum learners 16 Additional Information The many requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 do not exist in isolation of one another This course brings all the various components together for residential care managers into a structured process known as a Safety Management System Related Products Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Health and Safety Management in Residential and Social Care Module 3 Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 4 My

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  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Process
    of those hazards which place staff and others who use and visit a workplace at risk Having identified the hazards an employer and or a manager needs to know the likelihood and potential consequences of 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 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 color handout Duration 3 to 4 Hours Maximum learners 16 Additional Information Hazard identification and risk assessment are at the core of safety management This half day course will take course participants on a step by step journey through the process identifying the various sources of information available within a residential care environment Related Products Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 2 Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 4 My Cart There are 49 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 16

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  • Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care - Module 4 - Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    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 16 Additional Information Accident Incidents occur in all care facilities from time to time despite the presence of what we believe to be robust controls When an accident incident occurs and a resident staff member or other person is injured or worse this can have a devastating effect on all concerned yet those on duty be they management or staff are expected to deal

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  • Evacuation E-Pad
    helps it to move over most interior and exterior surfaces It has a foot pocket at one end and has plastic safety buckles to secure the individual Availability In stock 261 50 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details EVAC E PAD Specifications Packed 64cm x 63cm x 17cm Unrolled 198 cm x 68 6cm Padding 3 8cm Weight 3kg Safety tested to 160kg Safe working load 120kg two people Base Vinyl Top Polyurethane Onsite demonstrations and training packages are available please contact us for more details The Evac E Pad is designed for the emergency evacuation of individuals to a safe area Ideal for use in confined spaces such as congested hospital wards and buildings with narrow corridors and staircases Using the Evac E Pad In an Emergency the Evac E Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag and placed beside the individual The individual is then transferred on to the Evac E Pad this can be performed from either bed floor chair Place feet within the foot pocket If pillows are available place these on the individuals leg and chest area for comfort once strapped in Secure the individual in place on the pad using the seat belt style straps If on a bed slide the individual to the floor securely attached to the pad Using the end pulling handles the individual can be moved to a safe area When going down stairs it is important to pull the individual feet first Features Durable vinyl coated base material enables the Evac E Pad to move over virtually any interior surface Foam pad provides protection Seat belt style webbing cross straps Plastic safety buckles Foot pocket Pulling handle at either

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  • Ski Slide Pad
    Ski Slide Pad is the built in slide sheet which is fitted on both sides of the pad for ease of transfer from bed floor onto the pad this is especially useful for individuals who require greater assistance during the transfer process The slide sheets can also be used as an extra cover where exterior evacuation is required In the event of an emergency the Ski Slide Pad is easily removed from its storage bag The individual is quickly transferred on to the Ski Slide Pad using the slide sheet and then secured onto the device with the seatbelt style straps The Ski Slide Pad s polyethylene base allows the pad to be pulled easily over most surfaces and is easy to control when going down a staircase Availability In stock 440 00 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Be the first to review this product Email to a Friend Details Specifications Packed 75cm x 72cm x 10cm Unrolled 198cm x 60cm Padding 2 5cm Weight 5kg Safety tested to 180kg Safe working load 120kg for two people Base Polyethylene Top Polyurethane The main feature of the Ski Slide Pad is the built in slide sheet fitted on both sides of the pad for ease of transfer onto the pad Large foot pocket Polyethylene base allows the pad to be pulled easily over most interior and exterior surfaces 3 seatbelt style webbing cross straps and buckles metal The Ski Slide Pad and its bag can be wiped clean In an Emergency the Ski Slide Pad is quickly removed from its wall mountable storage bag The patient is then transferred on to the Ski Slide Pad using the attached slide sheets for ease of movement this can be performed from bed or floor Place feet within the foot pocket If pillows are available place these on the individuals leg and chest area for comfort once strapped in then place the slide sheets over the individual Secure the individual in place on the pad using the seat belt style cross straps If on a bed slide the individual to the floor securely attached to the pad Using the end pulling handles the individual can be moved to a safe area When going down stairs it is important to pull the individual feet first The Ski Slide Pad has evolved the Ski Pad Designed for use in areas of restricted space such as congested hospital wards care homes and other buildings with narrow corridors and or single width fire doors Features Built in slide sheet Pulling handle at each end Seat belt style webbing straps with metal buckles Wall mountable wipe clean storage bag A large foot pocket to prevent the individual sliding forward when going down stairs Onsite demonstrations and training packages are available contact us for more information Related Blog Posts Health and Safety in Residential Care My Cart There are 49 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 16 751 10 Checkout Recently added item s

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  • Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Items 21 to 22 of 22 total Show 5 10 15 20 25 Page Previous 1 2 View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Albac Mat Holder Holds four AlbacMats underneath each other of either the large or standard AlbacMat for easy storage and quick access This can be carried to the emergency site where the four mats are ready to be used immediately Learn More 33 75 Add to Cart Details Ski Sheets The Ski Sheet allows non ambulant immobile patients or residents to be quickly and safely evacuated in event of an emergency The Ski Sheet remains in place under the persons mattress at all times attached to the underside of the mattress by elasticated corner loops allowing it to be instantly accessible the straps of the Ski Sheet are stored in pockets on the underside of the Ski Sheet when not in use The Ski Sheet is made from strong nylon for a low friction resistance and is easy to keep clean Please refer to the Ski Sheet leaflet for laundry instructions below In an emergency speed and time are vital elements in rapid evacuation the Ski Sheet is widely accepted as a vital evacuation aid it is ideal for use in hospitals and within residential and social care units such as

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  • Nursing Homes - Healthcare
    Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Items 1 to 12 of 22 total Show 12 24 48 Page 1 2 Next View as Grid List Sort By Position Name Price Evacuation Aid Training Safe evacuations depend on the skills Request A Quote Details Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Request A Quote Details OneLeg The OneLeg is an ergonomically designe 78 98 Add to Cart Details Nursing Homes Accident Incident Management in Residential Care This one day course will take a step b Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 1 Module 1 Meeting the requirements of Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 2 Module 2 Developing a Safety Managem Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential and Social Care Module 3 Module 3 Hazard Identification and R Request A Quote Details Health and Safety Management in Residential Health and Social Care Module 4 Module 4 Accident Incident Managem Request A Quote Details Evac E Pad The Evac E Pad is designed for the eme 261 50 Add to Cart Details Ski Slide Pad The Ski Slide Pad has evolved from one 440 00 Add to Cart Details Modular Falls Mat The Modular Falls Mat has been designe 397 54 1 Review s Add to Cart Details Bariatric

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  • Ski Sheets, Evacuation Sheet
    Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Checkout My Cart 49 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 Healthcare Nursing Homes Ski Sheets Product Reviews More Views Ski Sheets Availability In stock 68 50 Qty Add to Cart OR Add to Wishlist Add to Compare Back to Main Product Info Be the first to review this product Write Your Own Review You re reviewing Ski Sheets How do you rate this product 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars Price Value Quality Nickname Summary of Your Review Review Submit Review My Cart There are 49 items in your cart Cart Subtotal 16 751 10 Checkout Recently added item s Remove This Item Edit item Evac E Pad 1 x 261 50 Remove This Item Edit item Modular Falls Mat 3 x 397 54 Remove This Item Edit item TabEvac 2 x 183 23 Compare Products 22 Remove This Item Ski Sheets Remove This Item Ski Sled Remove This Item Ski Pad Remove This Item AlbacMat Remove This Item Smokers Apron Remove This Item Ciglow SS Remove This Item ResQmat Remove This Item CIG TR Recessed Ciglow Lighter Remove This Item CIG BLD Stainless Steel Bollard Remove This Item Ergo Kneeler Remove This Item Albac Mat Holder Remove This Item Buscot BabEvac Cot Remove This Item TabEvac Remove This Item Bariatric Mat Remove This Item Modular Falls Mat Remove This Item Body Recovery Remove This Item Personal Emergency

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