Health and Safety in a Care Setting Qualification
Care homes are owned and managed by a wide range of organisations, including local authorities, the NHS, and organisations from the private and voluntary sectors.
They differ from other workplaces because they are not only places of work; they are also homes for their residents.
They should be places where the dignity and freedom of the residents is respected, and where everyone’s health and safety is managed effectively.
To achieve this, everyone involved must understand their responsibilities.
This course discusses the legislation that applies to care homes, the responsibilities of management and employees and looks at developing systems of work.
It also covers what to do in some common hazards you might encounter as well as some Emergency situations.
It concludes by discussing some aspects of the work environment and staff welfare.
Who is this Course For?
This course is aimed at anyone working in the care sector and should act as an introduction to health and safety in their place of work.
This course is ideally suitable for those indicated and is also open to anybody with a desire to obtain this certificate with an interest in this subject.
1 - Introduction
2 - Responsibilities
3 - Systems
4 - Accidents and Illness Part 1
5 - Accidents and Illness Part 2
6 - Moving and Handling
7 - General Hazards: Fires, Gas and Electricity
8 - Aggression, Violence, Security and Stress
9 - Work Environment and Welfare
Please Note: The pass % required for each module is 70.
Other courses in our Health and Social Care suite compliment this one and when combined can form the basis for the candidates work towards achieving their Care Certificate.