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identify standards that influence the way adult social care job roles are carried out
Codes of Practice Codes of Practice set out the criteria against which providers are assessed by. [ They also describe the standards of conduct and practice with which workers must carry out their activities and ensure that what they do is competent and consistent with the values of their employer. These standards are how registrants’ ‘? tness to practice’ is determined. For a care
worker to work in a certain profession, they have to register with their particular Professional Council and then work to the Codes of Practice which they deem ? t. Not following their Code of Practice could result in them being taken of the register and no longer allowed to work in that role. Codes of Practice are speci? c to work roles: ¦ Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers and Employers: General Social Care Council (GSCC) ¦ Codes or Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses & midwives: ]
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identify standards that influece the way the role the role is carried out in health and social care
Weegy: Below is a list of example legislations, which are relevant to domiciliary care, and residential services. You should be aware of these laws, and how they relate to your role. [ These make up ‘standards’ to follow for good practice in your working practices. 1. Care Standards Act 2000 2. Domiciliary Care Regulations 2002 3. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 4. Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 5. Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 6. Codes of Practice 7. National Occupational Standards ] (More)
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thanks weegy. but can you explain what each legislation meam
Weegy: Bil l-A bill is the most common type of legislation and can be either permanent or temporary. [ It may also be general or special in nature; public or private. Joint Resolutions - A joint resolution may originate in either the Senate or the House of Representatives, even though it is often assumed that this type of legislation originates in both houses. There is actually not much difference between a joint resolution and a bill, but one difference is that a joint resolution can include a preamble that precedes the resolving clause. Concurrent Resolutions - A matter that affects the operations of both chambers of Congress is typically initiated through a concurrent resolution. They are often used for expressing opinion, principles, facts and purposes of the two houses of Congress. Simple Resolutions - A matter that concerns the rules, opinion or operation of either House alone is begun with a simple resolution. A simple resolution will be considered only the House in which it is introduced. If you need any more information go to this site: ] User: what does care standard act mean? (More)
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