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Can you think of other forms of abuse in the wider context? How safeguarding guidelines, policies and procedures affect day today work with children and young people Guidelines, policies and procedure are born from legislations and inform staff how to go through the process of protecting and preventing children from harm or abuse in the setting.
Safeguarding policies and procedures encourage practitioners to be aware of safeguarding children and young people in the setting. Relevant training would be given to all staff within the childcare setting so that they can understand how to pick up and notice signs and symptoms of abuse and learn how to raise concern or take steps safeguard children and young people.
Relevant training needs to be attended regularly to keep up to date with changes and new regulations. Practitioners would carry out daily risk assessment to protect and prevent children from harm or abuse.
Without policies and procedures child carers would not be able to effectively practice well-being and safeguarding of children and young people. Nappy changing routine requires two adults to one child, but this is difficult to practice when there is staff shortage.
Despite the legislations, guideline, policies and procedures which are put in place, the effectiveness of them is debateable because abuse still continues today.
Give examples of current abuse in National head lines Reasons for enquiries and Serious Case Review When a child dies and there is suspected abuse, then a serious case review SCR is undertaken to investigate in detail what exactly happened and why.
From the SCR, lessons are learnt and take actions are taken to prevent a repeated incident. The outcome of the SCR is used to inform professionals, organisations and local agencies so that they can use the information and knowledge to improve their services by working together to continue the safeguard and ensuring the welfare of the children and young people.
To produce new legislations or amendments to older legislations. Complying with legislations that cover data protection, information handling and sharing.
According to the Data Protection Actall personal data must be protected by following the rules below: Data must be fairly and lawfully processed Data must be accurate, relevant and adequate Data must be processed for limited purposes Data must not be maintained longer than necessary Date must be secure Data must be processed in accordance with the data subject's rights Data must not be transferred to other countries without adequate protection Under the confidentiality policyinformation about children must not be discussed with any other colleagues, friends and family or media.
According to the Human Rights Act parent have the right to know if their child is being taken into protection. Parents are informed by reporting officer of the findings an the allegations made. A written referrals to children social services are made if the child seems to be in immediate harm or at risk from significant forms of abuse Information about children safeguarding issues must be stored in a locked file and accessible only authorised person i.
Information about children protection must be kept confidential and gossiping between staff is not permitted. The sharing of information is on a need to know basis; only those people involved in the case and helping to resolve the matter will be given information about the case.CYP Core Understand how to safeguard the well being of children and young people The Children Act – Local authorities, courts and parents, together with other agencies in the UK were allocated duties to ensure children and young people are safeguarded, and to promote their welfare.
CYP Core Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people Describe the possible signs, symptoms, indicators and behaviours that may cause concern in the context of safeguarding. Supervisory Educational Technician, NF (Child and Youth Program Assistant Director) PD# CYP to the core program areas outlined in the OPNAV and required by Ability to safeguard and account for monies and equipment.
Ability to supervise others.