Policy Updates

Latest Updates

Document Modified Date: 24/02/2021 16:24

QCS Personal Planning and Assessment Guidelines

Care Planning Care Planning Guidance Region: | Reference: WCG502

Guidelines reviewed and no changes made

Document Modified Date: 24/02/2021 16:09

Personal Planning Quick Document Finder

Care Planning Care Planning Guidance Region: | Reference: WCG501

Document reviewed and no changes made

Document Modified Date: 24/02/2021 15:33

Infection Control Policy and Procedure

COVID-19 Hub Health and Safety COVID-19 Region: | Reference: WCC18

Infection Control is an important aspect in the delivery of safe care and this policy has
been updated to include reference to not wearing uniforms outside of the care home.
References also checked to ensure they remain current.

Document Modified Date: 24/02/2021 11:43

Staff Rota Policy and Procedure

Human Resources Miscellaneous Region: | Reference: WPM09

This policy will demonstrate the requirement to plan for the staff rota to ensure that individuals have enough staff with the correct skills to support them. It has been reviewed and now includes a section regarding COVID-19 and the implications for rota development.

Document Modified Date: 23/02/2021 16:40

DBS/Disclosure Policy and Procedure

Human Resources Recruitment, Induction and Training Region: | Reference: WPR04

This policy has been updated to merge both the DBS/Disclosure Policy and Procedure and the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders Policy and Procedure to ensure clarity and avoid any crossover. The policy also now includes the new position on DBS filtering. This policy governs how and when an employer needs to carry out a DBS check along with the categories of employee who should be subject to a DBS check from a regulatory perspective.

Document Modified Date: 23/02/2021 16:02

Double Up Home Care Policy and Procedure

Care Management Care Practice Region: | Reference: WCC71

This policy will support staff with double up care where this is a requirement. It has been reviewed with no significant changes and references have been checked and updated.

Document Modified Date: 23/02/2021 14:13

Accident and Incident Reporting Policy and Procedure

Health and Safety Health & Safety Region: | Reference: WHS01

This policy details the accident and incident reporting process for a service. It has been updated to include minor amendments to the structure and ordering of sections throughout the document. New definitions have been added and existing definitions amended for consistency across related policies. The procedural section has also been updated to include identifying responsible persons and immediate incident response and the remainder of the existing procedure simplified. A new accident and incident form has also been added to the ‘Forms’ section.

Document Modified Date: 22/02/2021 16:41

Individual Guide

Administration Registration & Compliance - Administration Region: | Reference: WAR12

This policy details the importance of having an Individual Guide available for individuals commencing the service, as it provides information about what can be expected. It includes a template Individual Guide that can be adapted to meet local service need. The policy has been reviewed and references have been updated to ensure that they remain current.

Document Modified Date: 22/02/2021 16:28

Participation Policy and Procedure

Care Management Care Practice Region: | Reference: WCR30

This policy details how the organisation will ensure Individuals are able to participate and influence the effective running of the service provided. This includes reference to Welsh language and the Accessible information Standards. The policy has been reviewed with minor changes only. References remain current to the content of the policy.

Document Modified Date: 19/02/2021 12:15

Diabetes Policy and Procedure

Care Management Care Practice Region: | Reference: WCC87

Policy reviewed with no significant changes and references checked and updated.

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