Wales - Infection Control - Domiciliary Care
Infection Control is an important aspect in the delivery of safe care and this policy has been reviewed to ensure it remains in line with current legislation. The policy has been reviewed to ensure it remains current. Updates have been made to sections 5.6 and 5.29, a further procedural section in relation to audit and development has also been included. Additional references have also been added.
This policy outlines the overarching health and safety policy for the service and has a ‘statement of intent’ template available in the forms section. It has been reviewed with no significant changes and references checked and updated.
This policy will support with identifying potential hazards in the workplace. It has been reviewed with legislation references updated, procedural content reviewed and updated. References have also been updated and additional ones added.
Policy reviewed with no significant changes and references checked and updated.
This policy details the risk assessment process to ensure that any risks that may occur within a service are reduced or controlled. It has been updated to reflect the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with new sections added. References have also been added and existing ones checked to ensure they remain current.
This policy establishes the requirements regarding the safe handling and disposal of waste in health care in accordance with legislation, codes of practice and best practice guidance. This policy has been reviewed and now includes a new procedure (5.8) relating to the management of COVID-19 waste with associated references added.
This policy will inform staff on the food hygiene process and the importance of adhering to it to keep service users safe. It has been reviewed with minimal changes and references checked to ensure they remain current.
This policy details how the service will support individuals who are at risk of, or present with, pressure ulcers. It defines the roles and responsibilities of staff as well as detailing the clinical governance framework for reducing risk. The policy has been reviewed with changes made to the ‘Procedure’ section (specifically 5.3 and 5.7) to reflect the NHS Improvement standards relating to definitions. The term ‘grade’ has been removed and replaced with ‘category’ across the ‘Procedure’ section.
Policy review undertaken, minor content changes made. References updated to ensure they remain current and additional resources added.
Policy reviewed with minor content changes. References updated to ensure they remain current and addition resource to Public Health Wales added.