Policies and procedures
Whistleblowing: in 1998, a Legalisation known as the ‘public interest disclosure act’ was put into place to make sure staff are safe from reporting information to an employerividuals health and social activity. For example, if a memberpen again.
Multi-agency working: this policy has motivated bigger inter-agency to put individual’s in the centre of their own support planning allowing the email to be more independent and their single assessment process which helps safeguarding them. The single is based on the individuals needs, and is normally made by social care eople to share the information. This procedures a multi-disciplinary to combine skills from other agencies to meet individuals holistic needs and ensuring they are being met. This is done by understanding how other agencies work and good communication. If people don’t understand multi-agency work, it could lead to death of children or vulnerable adults, as some people have assumed agencies were taking care of the individual and sharing information. For exad dead shortly after. Multi-agency work helps to decrease the risk of abuse in cases like this for all individuals, especially children and vulnerable adults.
Care quality commission: An independent regulator is made for health and social care to make sure that agencies in place to support people’s needs follow rules and regultaking responsibility for safeguarding people’s rights who are detained under this legislation.
Adults barrelled list: this is a replacement of the care standards act from 2004. It’s responsible for keeping a list of people who are barred from working with vulnerable adults. There are two categories in the adults and the other is based on those who are mostly likely to cause harm/abuse. This list is made from the ment process employers and other health and social services must check the applicants status like DBS checks and references off previous employer before employment....