cu311 3.1 describe procedures and systems relevant to the prevention and control of infectionNote:
Organisations should accept there responsibility for effectively protecting patients' and staffs' health, recognise the need for infection prevention and control to form an integral part of all service planning and development, including induction, [ ongoing training, clinical audit and surveillance, and a clean environment. Such practices should all to all of the organisation' premises, staff employed by the organisation (on a permanent or contract basis) and all other persons engage in business on behalf of the organisation. Education in prevention and control of infection should be provided to all staff involved in direct patient care including those employed in support services, as part of the clinical governance management and continuing professional development. Training in anti-microbial prescribing should be assured with all medical staff.
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Standard Operation Procedures (S.O.Ps)
At unit E, BMI, Standard Operation Procedures (S.O.P’s) can be found in each room, [ it covers the health and safety policy along with other legislations and regulatory body standards in accordance to the prevention and control of infection. These policies include instructions of how to carry out ‘safe’ manual handing in each room, they also include departmental dress codes, health, safety and hygiene codes, the startup procedures for each room, corrective and preventive actions, cleaning procedures and pest control.
Theses standards set up by the company will reduce the risk of infections spreading and reduce the risk of hazards occurring.
In a working environment that has lost of infectious substances, there are lots of procedures to ensure the risk of these spreading is reduced dramatically, if all policies and procedures are followed to the highest of standards then infections spreading should not occur and all staff will be able to work in a clean and safe environment. Read more here: www.studymode.com/essays/Prevention-And-Control-Of-Infection-1232945.html
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