Category Standard 2 Governance & Regulatory Processes

2.4a Ask your line manager(s) what regulation and inspection processes your organisation might be subject to and complete the following exercise.

  Regulation Process Who is involved Impact on organisation Frequency Information/evidence required e.g. RIDDOR – Reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations 2013 Employers Registered Managers Line Managers Employers Registered Managers Line Managers As and when incidents happen according to the RIDDOR regulations Organisations policy RIDDOR reports needed Accident book CQC Inspection Registered Manager

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2.2b KLOEs: Outline what each question might mean for your setting. Think about areas where this might apply and what evidence you may be able to provide for that. You may want to work with other members of your team or your line manager to review this plan and consider what evidence might be helpful.

  Key lines of enquiry Area Application in own setting Evidence Safe Clients are protected from avoidable harm and injury? Clients are safeguarded from abuse.    Accident book, property maintenance log, recorded smoke alarm, carbon monoxide and electrical safety tests, safeguarding policy, staff safeguarding training Effective Clients have a good quality of life and achieve good

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2.2a Ask your line manager if you can put together an action plan against one of the fundamental standards where you both agree that improvement is needed. Considering standard 1, how will you lead change/inspire your colleagues – what leadership style(s) will you consider using and what procedures and audit tools will you use to monitor/manage compliance.

Take a look at CQC’s Fundamental Standards here. In brief, they are: Person-centred care Dignity & respect Consent Safety Safeguarding from abuse Food & drink Premises & equipment Complaints Good governance Staffing Fit & proper staff Duty of candour Display of ratings Fundamental standard Dignity & Respect      Issues When a client gets upset he likes

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2.1b Choose one key piece of legislation or driver that’s relevant to your organisation and do a brief overview that could be shared with others in your organisation to enhance their learning.

  Name of legislation Mental Capacity Act 2005    Summary of key areas Capacity should be assumed until proven otherwise. An individual cannot be said to lack capacity until all reasonable steps to support them to make a decision have been tried. Making unwise decisions does not mean lack of capacity. Decisions made on behalf of

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2.1a Choose three pieces of legislation that might be particularly relevant to your organisation and the setting in which you work and explore the impact in more detail

Consider the following list of legislation taken from the CQC website page referenced above. Choose three pieces of legislation that might be particularly relevant to your organisation and the setting in which you work and explore the impact in more detail using the table to record your findings. Autism Act 2009 Data Protection Act 1998

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