Please see below the quality annual mandatory training specific to the aged and disability sectors we can offer.
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WH&S – Duty of care
Under 63-1AA of the Act an approved provider is responsible for reporting an alleged or suspected reportable assault as soon as reasonably practicable and in any case within 24 hours
Hand washing is the single most effective measure to prevent the spread of infection, and to protect Residents and staff against infection.
A Hazardous substance that can potentially cause harm to the health and safety of workers.
These can be liquid, solid, vapours, gases, fumes and dust.
Hazard, Incident, and reporting
To help protect residents, the law (the Aged Care Act 1997) has compulsory reporting provisions. This means that you or another person in the service you work in have the responsibility for making compulsory reports to local police and the Australian Department of Health (the department). Reporting of accidents and any hazards are also required and incidents forms to be filled out when necessary.
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid - It is recommended this unit be renewed every 36 months in line with industry standards
HLTAID001 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - It is recommended this unit be renewed every 12 months in line with industry standards
To protect the vulnerable in our community such as older persons and people who have weakened immune systems due to illness, businesses that serve food to vulnerable people need to meet specific additional food standards as set out under the Food Act 2001, Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (revised1st March 2016) and the Aged Care Accreditation standards.
Infections can spread in any environment. Residents/clients in aged care may be more vulnerable to infection for a number of reasons, including being older, having been in a hospital and having chronic diseases.