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Revised - Care Home & Supported Housing ESHQ auditing presentation for housing ad care home managers, quality and compliance manager, pocurement, HR managers for DGB Health & Safety Solutions

Revised - Care Home & Supported Housing ESHQ auditing presentation for housing ad care home managers, quality and compliance manager, pocurement, HR managers for DGB Health & Safety Solutions

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  • Opening frame showing the owner of DGB Health & Safety Solutions.
  • Demonstration the level of service offered by DGB Health & Safety Solutions
  • In care/supported housing I would expect key staff to be trained to a sufficient standard to carry out local risk assessments & managers to meet the CQC requirement for level 4 RMA – registered managers award as well as clinical skills.
  • Kitchen cook must attain level 3 (CIEH) and any staff in a training capacity. All other staff & residents who undertake tasks in a kitchen must have level 2 (CIEH)
  • Managers need to ensure that staff are facilitating change for residents – they must be seeking to improve quality of life, empowering and engaging residents to be as independent as possible. Residents must be left in front of a TV all day or isolated in their bedroom.
  • Staff must be trained in the task they require residents to learn including the associated risks. They should be a qualified first aider and be aware of the risk history and trigger points of each resident in their care. Knowing how to make a bird box in wood is one thing – but not being able to pick up the signals for a residents behaviour at any given time can not only put the resident at risk but the whole group and staff trainer.
  • Monitoring residents medication can be live or death. Mood stabilisers can address chemical imbalances in the brain for those with mental health or learning difficulties – getting the right medication on time is a must to keeping them self and others at risk from sudden mood fluctuations for others with heart conditions or diabetes medication keeps them alive. Never change dose, always follow a qualified medical practitioners recommendations and raise immediately any concerns! Document everything and date & time it!
  • This slide shows the range of services that DGB Health & Safety Solutions offer rather than a list of all the tasks which would be completed in an audit. Audits would check systems are in place and tasks are completed correctly. Training of staff ie: IOSH managing safely would cover how to do some tasks!
  • I have teamed up with these professional who work independently in their area of qualified and registered expertise.
  • Licence to practice – all memberships are traceable – check with the bodies concerned to verify someone's right to practice – original certificates are available to view and photocopy as proof for inspectors and for insurance purposes.
  • Do not employ or sub contract anyone who is not correctly insured the risk is too great! Always check documentation get copies of originals. No proof – no work – also ring the police if you think someone is bogues.
  • Get copies of originals – check with the awarding bodies if necessary. A genuine professional will be happy to assist – if they can not provide proof they are not genuine so report they!
  • Prices are open to negotiation however care/ supported housing is at best medium risk – I understand the industry having worked from a project worker level & qualified in that field independently of any other qualifications or role. Each site is independently checked, each sites documentation independently checked – whilst there are generic parts to auditing each site will have a number of differing risks which require professional expertise and judgement.
  • Prices are a guide – generally are followed – you will now the cost prior to agreeing to any contract however any amendments requested by the purchaser/buyer that differ to the package deal will incur additional costs. Prices quoted on the slide are subject to VAT! Full details will be provided!
  • Prices are a guide – generally are followed – you will now the cost prior to agreeing to any contract however any amendments requested by the purchaser/buyer that differ to the package deal will incur additional costs. Prices quoted on the slide are subject to VAT! Full details will be provided!
  • Prices are a guide – generally are followed – you will now the cost prior to agreeing to any contract however any amendments requested by the purchaser/buyer that differ to the package deal will incur additional costs. Prices quoted on the slide are subject to VAT! Full details will be provided!
  • Prices are a guide – generally are followed – you will now the cost prior to agreeing to any contract however any amendments requested by the purchaser/buyer that differ to the package deal will incur additional costs. Prices quoted on the slide are subject to VAT! Full details will be provided!

Care support housing b.p.p. for eshq & fire safety 16 Aug 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. DGB Health & Safety Solutions (Est. 2011) Dave Bennion BSc(Hons); Tech IOSH; SIIRSM RSP; MInstLM; CIHM; ACQI; AMIIAI Health & Safety, Fire & Environmental Consultant 16/08/2014 1
  • 2. Introduction (Care Homes & Supported Housing Providers) A local health & safety, fire and environmental consultancy Based in Bingley West Yorkshire Trading since July 2011 Servicing local & national CH & RSL housing providers Facilitating legal compliance with health & safety and fire safety law. I offer an individual tailored made service to meet the needs of your business operations Can place you logos on documents to promote brand awareness and corporate image. 16/08/2014 2
  • 3. Legal compliance Whilst all health & safety service must comply with UK law your industry has other considerations like:  Health & Social Care Act 1998  CQC 28 standards – care, respect, dignity etc  Mental Capacity Act 2005 16/08/2014 3
  • 4. Risk Factors  Vulnerable adults – mental health, learning difficulties.  Mobility – wheelchairs, walking sticks, walking frames  Blind, deaf, diminished responsibility  On a section or licence  Confused, violent outbursts, self harm, depression . 16/08/2014 4
  • 5. Safety & Security  CCTV monitoring  Secure entry via fob key, intercom.  Alarmed rooms internet and external  Public area and offices have 2 egress routes  Neutral colours – behavioural modification  Panic alarms linked to central monitoring system  Window restrictors (150mm max) opening 16/08/2014 5
  • 6. Fire Safety (Part 1)  PEEPs, Places of refugee, several egress routes  Automatic sprinkler systems  Automatic Fire Alarm system  Fire doors & compartmentalisation  Crib 5 furniture & fittings  Smoking policy – designated area etc  Vibrating pillows, trembler alarms, audio and warning lights 16/08/2014 6
  • 7. Fire Safety (Part 2)  Fire Evacuation Plan  Fire Risk Assessment  Fire Plan  Business Continuity Plan  Fire Maintenance & inspections  Fire Drills  PEEPS 16/08/2014 7
  • 8. Training (Part 1)  IOSH managing safely (4 days) & IOSH working Safely (1 day)  Fire Warden & general fire awareness training  Lone working  Professional boundaries  Common Induction standards (care homes) within 2 weeks of employment – all staff – all grades  Managers trained to level 4 RMA minimum (Care homes) ideal also DipSW or RMN/LD/RGN etc 16/08/2014 8
  • 9. Training (Part 2)  Level 2 in Food hygiene all staff & residents working in kitchens. Level 3 Supervisors – must be current (within 3 years) Behaviour modification, break away & de- escalation training  First Aid training ie: emergency first aid training all staff (1 day) + appointed person first aider (4 day) – must be current (with in 3 years) 16/08/2014 9
  • 10. Residents/ customers  Outing fully risk assessed – authorities notified if required ie: on a licence, need escorting by staff  Care plan/ support plan – SMART objectives, constructive use of time.  Educational training ie G&C 3071 or learning centre  Social skills for independent living  Signposting to professional services – CBT, counselling etc. 16/08/2014 10
  • 11. Workshops/ horticulture etc  Fully risk assessed  Supervision by qualified instructors  Availability of PPE & RPE  Safe environment, workshops well ventilated and suitable lighting  Emergency procedures (fire, environmental etc)  First aid & fire training  Controls to meet DEFRA, EPA etc.  Maintenance logs PMP,  Alarms, walkie-talkies etc 16/08/2014 11
  • 12. Medication  Training of staff ie Boots system – must be current (refresher 1 year & full training 3 years)  Documentation – security of medication ie; locked cabinet, double locked cabinet CD medication – must be secure.  Audit trails, MARS sheets, double signing  Double signing of destroyed and returned to chemist medication. 16/08/2014 12
  • 13. Work covered (not restricted to just housing) • Review Health & Safety policy (POPIMAR/ PDCA) • Review Environmental Policy Document • Full detailed Health & Safety Audits • Risk Assessments & Method Statements • Fire Risk Assessments (RRFSO 2005) • Manual Handling assessments • VDU assessments • DSE assessments • COSHH assessments & MSDS • Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) • Toolbox Talks and basic induction (H&S) • Telephone consultation • General Health & Safety Advice 16/08/2014 13
  • 14. Specialist Services  Access to Keighley First Aid Ltd • Tel: 01535 958101 web: info@kfamedical.org • - access to full range of HSE approved courses and events management by qualified first aiders.  Access to Specialist Occupational Health Services by • Wharfedale Occupational Health Services • Tel: 0113 2505420 web: www.wharfedaleoh.co.uk 16/08/2014 14
  • 15. Membership • Institute of Occupational Safety & Health Technical membership – TechIOSH (153699) • International Institute of Risk Safety Management Specialist / Recognised Safety Practitioner – SIIRSM RSP (300680) • Institute of Leadership & Management Full Member – MInstLM (115109) • Chartered Quality Institute Associate member ACQI (5042688) • Chartered Institute of Housing Practitioner Membership – CIHM (965281) • Institute of Industrial Accident Investigators Associate Member – AMIIAI (AE12822) 16/08/2014 15
  • 16. Licences/Insurance etc. • Professional Indemnity Insurance (Exp. 02/09/13) Trafalgar Risk Management Ltd No: IOSH-09-51213-446954. • Public/Employer liability Insurance (Exp. 02/09/13) TRM underwritten by Hiscox Underwriting Limited No: TRM/10/51213 • Data Protection No: Z2923319 (Exp. 09/11/14) 16/08/2014 16
  • 17. Academic/Other Qualifications • NEBOSH Level 6 Professional Diploma In Environmental Management (July 2014) • NEBOSH Level 3 National certificate in Fire Safety & Risk Management (Sept 2012) • NEBOSH Level 3 National General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety (May 2011) • CIEH Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering (August 2008) • IOSH Level 2 – Managing Safely (September 2007) • www.pat-testing-course.com Certificate in-service inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (May 2007) & CIH updated April 2012 Level 3 National Certificate in Housing (Supported) (October 2006) • Open University B.Sc. (Hons) Health & Social Care (December 2005) 16/08/2014 17
  • 18. 16/08/2014 18 On site undertaking on assessment Speaking with client
  • 19. Costing (ex VAT) • Daily rate from £425 • Half day £225 • Full audit and detailed report – free quotation • 30 day accounts available • 1 & 3 year S.L.A’s & monthly retainers available – terms apply • BACS only • Out of area (45 miles) cost/ time & accommodation cost my apply! • Multi – site contracts may be subject to discounts! 16/08/2014 19
  • 20. Auditing costs Package 1 – (up to 35 beds per site) • ESHQ audit = £ 595.00 • Report + admin = £ 170.00 • Sundries = £ 030.00 • Travel/time (within 45 miles) = £ FREE • Total cost = £ 795.00* • * Below 12 beds price negotiated. • More details on website links! 16/08/2014 20
  • 21. Auditing costs Package 2 (up to 100 beds per site) • ESHQ audit (2 – 2½ days) = £ 825.00 • Report + admin = £ 225.00 • Sundries = £ 050.00 • Travel/time = £ FREE • Total cost = £1,100.00 • * Above 100 beds price negotiated. • More details on website links! 16/08/2014 21
  • 22. Fire Risk Assessments costs Package 1 (up to 35 beds per site) • Fire Risk Assessment = £ 425.00 • Report + admin = £ 145.00 • Sundries = £ 030.00 • Travel/ time within 45 miles = £ FREE • Total cost: = £ 600.00* • * Below 12 beds prices negotiated • Combined with audit 10% discount • More details on website links! 16/08/2014 22
  • 23. Fire Risk Assessment costs Package 2 (up to 100 beds per site) • Fire Risk Assessment = £ 625.00 • Report + admin = £ 175.00 • Sundries = £ 050.00 • Travel/ time within 45 miles = £ FREE • Total cost: = £ 850.00* • * Above 100 beds prices negotiated • Combined with audit 10% discount • More details on website links! 16/08/2014 23
  • 24. For further information: • Contact on: • PO Box 122, Bingley, West Yorkshire. BD16 9BF. • Web: http://www.dgbhealthsafetysolutions.co.uk • E-mail: daveb@dgbhealthsafetysolution.co.uk • Skype: david.bennion21 • Mobile: 07900431649 16/08/2014 24