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explain the links between identity, self-image and self-esteem
Identity is finding yourself while Self image is looking at real self And self esteem is accepting yourself for who you are All pertains to one self, which matters in order to find some type of happiness within your self =)
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User: explain the links between identity, self-image and self-esteem

Weegy: Identity is finding yourself while Self image is looking at real self And self esteem is accepting yourself for who you are All pertains to one self, which matters in order to find some type of happiness within your self =)
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User: compare differnet uses of riak assessments in health and social care

Weegy: Identity is finding yourself Self image is looking at real self And self esteem is accepting yourself for who you are All pertains to one self, which matters in order to find some type of happiness within your self =)



User: compare different uses of risk-assessments in health and social care

Weegy: This takes the form of a facilitated workshop of approximately 4-6 hours duration to:- Introduce the legislation relating to Health and Safety and Workplace Risk Assessments. Detail the importance of this legislation in health and social care [ settings. Introduce a model for undertaking workplace risk assessments in line with health and safety best practice. Carry out workplace risk assessments for the health and social care setting. This will involve the staff team in identifying hazards, quantifying the degree of risk and developing control measures to minimise the risk. These can then be formatted and will then comprise the workplace risk assessments for the setting. Detail the procedures for future review and revision of the workplace risk assessments. The advantages of this approach are:- The workplace risk assessments are done in one session and only require formatting and distribution to staff to meet the obligations under health and safety legislation. All staff are involved in the process, hence "buy-in" is greater and the control measures are devised by the staff team rather than imposed by managers. The workplace risk assessments can be easily reviewed in the same manner on an annual basis or when the degree of risk changes whichever is sooner. A form is provided which can be used to record and format the workplace risk assessments and the reviews. ]
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User: explain why risk-assessments need to be regulary revised

Weegy: Obviously, health and social care are so important. Risk assessments are vital because you are directly dealing with someone's health and state. Social care is usually for the vunerable e.g the elderly. [ Regular risk assessments minimise the chances of accidents etc. ]
Expert answered|chubang|Points 270|

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