Risk Assessments In A Care Setting

Risk Assessments In A Care Setting

Risk Assessment (Care Setting) - Free Training Course - Cloud Assess

Risk Assessments In A Care Setting

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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Understand the definition and purpose of risk assessment in aged care, focusing on ensuring the safety and well-being of residents and staff.
  • Learn about the common risks in aged care settings, including falls, medication errors, infections, challenging behaviours, malnutrition, dehydration, pressure ulcers, and the use of physical restraints.
  • Discover the importance of conducting risk assessments to comply with regulations, improve care quality, reduce costs, and enhance the reputation of aged care facilities.
  • Gain insights into the process of conducting a risk assessment, including when to do it, hazard identification, risk evaluation, and implementing control measures.
  • Explore the benefits of proactive risk management in preventing harm, improving staff morale, and fostering continuous improvement in aged care practices.
  • Acquire knowledge on how to review workplace policies and procedures as part of the risk assessment process to understand existing controls and the framework for managing risks.
  • Understand the importance of documentation, communication, and regular review in the risk assessment process to ensure effectiveness, accountability, and continuous improvement.

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Risk Assessment in a Care Setting course offers a comprehensive exploration into the pivotal role of risk assessments within aged care environments, highlighting the systematic process of identifying, evaluating, and mitigating hazards to enhance the safety and quality of life for residents and staff. Emphasising the importance of dynamic risk assessments and effective risk management plans, the course delves into the various facets of aged care risks, including falls, medication errors, and infection control, underscoring the necessity of developing robust control measures and risk management strategies. By addressing individual risk assessment and dynamic risk assessments, participants will gain a deep understanding of how to manage risks effectively, ensuring regulatory compliance and fostering a culture of positive risk management.

Further, the curriculum is designed to equip learners with the skills to conduct risk assessments carrying out sensible risk management practices that prioritise resident and staff safety. Through detailed analysis of risk assessment and management, including undertaking risk assessment, identifying risk control measures, and developing risk management plans, the course advocates for a proactive approach to risk management. It offers insights into managing risks effectively, from the initial stages of hazard identification through to the implementation of control measures and the continuous improvement of risk management processes. By the end of the course, participants will possess a well-rounded understanding of risk assessments in the care setting, empowering them to implement effective risk assessments and contribute to the development of safer aged care environments.

COURSE PREVIEW

COURSE ACTIVITIES

Introduction

  • Introduction to Risk Assessment in Aged Care

Lessons

  • Common Risks in Aged Care Settings
  • Conducting a Risk Assessment

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  • Summary
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