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Duty of care
Definition
• A moral or legal obligation to ensure the
safety or well being of others.
What does this mean
• This means that whether you’re a parent,
carer or just a worker. You have a duty of care
to the peop...
How do you achieve it
• You achieve duty of care by building a healthy
relationship with your child
• Staying calm
• When ...
What happens when it goes wrong
• Parents can feel that if they ‘give in’ they have
lost some control.
• Person may be har...
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CAFS Rights and Responsibilities - Duty of Care

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CAFS Rights and Responsibilities - Duty of Care

  1. 1. Duty of care
  2. 2. Definition • A moral or legal obligation to ensure the safety or well being of others.
  3. 3. What does this mean • This means that whether you’re a parent, carer or just a worker. You have a duty of care to the people whom your caring or working for. You have a duty of care to try and ensure there safety.
  4. 4. How do you achieve it • You achieve duty of care by building a healthy relationship with your child • Staying calm • When time is right talk to your child • Make an agreement • Find out how and where your child got the information.
  5. 5. What happens when it goes wrong • Parents can feel that if they ‘give in’ they have lost some control. • Person may be harmed • Trust may be lost leading to bigger issues down the track • Person could become injured if duty of care is lost.

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