To ensure that all concerns / complaints are dealt with in accordance with the
Describe how current health and safety legislation, policies and procedures are implemented in the setting.
Each childminder will be registered and inspected with Ofsted to ensure that they are able to demonstrate the quality and standards of care required by Ofsted, the Early Years Foundation Stage and the NCMA. Each childminder must ensure that they provide high quality childcare, within a positive, safe and happy environment. Childminders are responsible for planning and preparing a programme of play based activities and in the completion of all relevant record keeping, paperwork and administration.
When working in the setting it is important that you follow all policies and procedures. The health and safety polices include safe guarding, staff development and training and admissions. In the setting they work with the local safeguarding children board, this means that we protect the children and all staff are fully trained. In the setting it is important to make sure that all the staff and volunteers have a DBS check and are suitable to work with children. It is also important that staff are always reminded of the policies and procedures by reading some every month. It is also important that staff are given courses to attend to make sure that they are all up to
Introduction: In this assignment, I have been asked to explain and review legislation also to assess on how the care workers would monitor the risk and what they would do. Also, to discuss the dilemmas encountered in relation to implementing systems and policies for health and safety.
There are many federal agencies that were created to protect the consumer like the Food and Drug Administration, and the Federal Trade Commission but I would like to write about is the Consumer Product Safety Commission. They are an independent agency that protects the consumer by testing and researching products so they do not pose any fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard. They protect consumers from unreasonable death or injury caused by the product that is under their jurisdiction. This agency is the one that creates the standards that must be followed by the manufacturers. If the manufacturers refuse to follow regulations, they are allowed to ban that product from the market. If they are willing to change and repair the problem, they will order a recall so that the consumer can get that product repaired so it meets their standard or consumers will be reimbursed.
I had to start from scratch by learning the consulting basics. One of the basics According to Arthur N. Turner “A Hierarchy of Purposes” which include eight fundamental objectives1. Providing information to a client. 2. Solving a client’s problems. 3. Making a diagnosis, which may necessitate redefinition of the problem. 4. making recommendations based on the diagnosis. 5. Assisting with implementation of recommended solutions. 6. Building a consensus and commitment around corrective action. 7. Facilitating client learning—that is, teaching clients how to resolve similar problems in the future.8. Permanently improving organizational effective- additional objectives that become relevant only ness (Turner, 2014). There are other basic as well, according to the book, The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management ,by Eric Verzur one should design a realistic initiation process and have an end point (Verzuh,
I definitely would have to agree with this statement and quote because in many of the workplace organizations in today’s society isn’t concerned with common sense and compassion. Employees are always caring about if the organization is going to sue someone or vice versa. In today’s world managers and supervisors work extremely hard to prevent from being sued by other people by bending over backwards to make people happy. Within this nobody isn’t concerned about common sense or compassion, nobody’s concerned about that, they are more interested in not being sued. Litigation has resulted or created a system where Human resource managers have lack of attention of what actually matters when it comes to employee dissatisfaction and alleviated stress levels.
As a business owner it’s your responsibility to protect your employees at work. Today, many employees have encountered sexual harassment, profanity, intimidation, and coercion at work. Furthermore, companies have had problems with disgruntled employees.
The Risk Manager will be responsible for regular and systematic review of all event incident reports for the purpose of identifying, analyzing, evaluating exposures, and trends. If an undesirable exposure or trend is identified, the Risk Manager will develop recommendations for corrective action or refer issue to the appropriate committee/department chair/manager/director.
* Help clients define their goals clearly and the positive assets they already have to resolve their issues. Then you can help them restory with a can do self-image.
The most rewarding part of working with my client was getting a real-world experience. In most of the other classes I have taken, out work did not feel realistic as something we would be doing in an everyday job. I enjoyed working with my client and gaining the experience of interviewing and working on my professionalism, whether it be through email or in person.
In many cases, clients are disappointed with the end result from consulting firm. Many have referred to it as ‘delivering empty promises’ when consultants conclude the project by providing insight that simply states the obvious needs. Clients are furthered dissatisfied when they learn that consulting firms are using ‘blanket solutions’ rather than custom. “Many begin to demand pricing based on the outcome of the engagements rather than the amount of consultant effort put into them. By productizing their business models and frameworks, consultants can better provide repeatable, trackable solutions to specific client problems. The focus thus lies less on the expertise of the consultants conducting the engagement and more on the outcome of the engagement itself”(Blacklock,
At the start of the assignments I found it hard to relate to the customer with their problems, but as the tasks progressed I found myself putting myself in their shoes so I could empathize with their problems. One way I developed these skills was by remembering not only the name but something about the individual as a person. Remembering a fact about the person prompted me to recall how your business can suit the person's needs. And these little details can have a big impact on building the relationship. Another way I helped myself to develop relationships with the customer was to keep conversation light-hearted. Nothing is more upsetting than asking for a product and having a clerk or owner be rude. In contrast poking fun at me will help the client feel more comfortable so that he or she can better open up to you about a
Managing the firm’s reputation gives a huge advantage in the success of every business. Successful Client relationships in Professional Services are developed by Effective Client Management. Berkovi in his book, “Effective Management in Professional Services: How to Build Successful Client Relationships”, emphasises on the client’s needs and values and the importance of Developing a Culture of Client Orientation, then he investigates the impact of clients on the structure of the firm. In chapter one of the book Berkovi introduces different strategies to underpin a Client-oriented culture. The strategies he speaks about are: Client-Facing Processes, Client Satisfaction, Client Relationship Management, and Client-Related Objectives. First, in defining the Client-Facing strategy, he suggests that the firm’s work processes can be defined based on the Client rather than the firm. In this case employees are encouraged to understand the clients’ value, meet clients regularly to discuss potential opportunities with them and add value to the Client experience. Second, In Client Satisfaction process, Berkovi defines a limit to which the Client expectations are met by the firm, on condition, employees are encouraged to have regular and less formal contact with Clients, actively listen to them, and use their satisfaction information as essential feedback about the firm 's performance. Then, In Client Relationship Management process, the author introduces a process in which everyone in