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FREE Infection Prevention & Control Audit Tool by QCS, the NCF and Standards Wise International
Download the free Infection Prevention & Control Audit Tool here
Using the latest COVID learnings emerging from infection prevention and control specialists, and taking account of the newly developed Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection methodology, QCS, the National Care Forum (NCF) and Standards Wise International have developed a leading-edge audit tool that supports organisations to assess their own practices, and prepare evidence for audit which not only meets CQC requirements but also conforms to international standards.
The tool is structured around eight questions and prompts that inspectors will use to assess infection prevention and control procedures in all care settings in England from September. It breaks down each of the eight subject areas into easily digestible points, and most importantly, it includes an ‘evidence of good practice’ section.
The Audit Tool is part of the latest partnership between QCS, the NCF and Standards Wise International. To find out more about the partnership, please read the press release here.
About the National Care Forum
- The National Care Forum brings together 120 of the UK’s leading social care charities. Collectively, these charities deliver more than £1.9 billion of social care support to more than 135,000 people in 6500 settings. The NCF membership body collectively employs more than 85,000 colleagues.
- More information is available on the National Care Forum at org.uk. @NCFCareForum @vicrayner @NCF_Liz
- For enquiries, please contact Edna Petzen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Standards Wise International focuses on developing and transforming projects and organisations to deliver excellence in the field of ageing in the UK and overseas. We specialise in housing in later life, care homes, community services, wellbeing, creating savings on projects, leadership development, quality assurance, policy and governance.
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