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There are some policies and the practises are proposed by the organisation for the people or employees working in organisation. These policies and the practises are influenced by the rules and the regulation imposed by the country to secure the position of employees and these regulations also ensure that the best quality of the care is given to the employees into the organisation. The UK government also has introduced various law and regulation such as race relation act, equality act, discrimination act, care standard act and many more to secure the employee working in the different organisations. The following Unit 9 Empowering Users of HSC Service Assignment leads the description of the various laws and regulations and will show how these laws maximise the right for the health and social care within the organisation.
Legislation could be termed as a law that is introduced by the government body to secure, restrict, to grant or regulate the organisation and events of the country. The main aim of legislation is to regulate the direct and indirect discrimination in order to provide a healthier environment to the organisation and correct the organisation toward the culture and nature of environment of the country and allow the organisation to learn from its past mistake by. The legislation and the policies introduced by the government are changed over the time period. As I am appointed as a health and social care consultant and my task is to develop the skills and confidence of the disable people and provide a long term employment prospects and promote the independences. Following are the legislation that influences the organisational policies and promote and maximise the right of user of social and health care:
The factors that can promote and maximise the right of users of health and social care are given below:
The communication is a process in which two individuals exchange their opinion, views and information. The process of communication could be of verbal and non verbal. It is a right of service user to communicate in the language in which he is comfortable and it is the responsibility of the management of the organisation to understand the situation form the side of the service user and try to overcome the problems to protect the right of user for getting the services appropriately. The communication between the care workers and the individuals contributes a lot in promoting and maximising the rights of users of health and social care services which is described below:
There are some legislation, policies and the procedures that handle the medication. The main aim of these legislation and the laws is to provide the management an administration, storage and recoding and disposal of the medication. A new law has been proposed in the health and social care that explains, a nurse can handle the management of the medication of the care unit in the care home. Some other law that can handle the medication are described below:
The legislation and ethics, act and guidance provided above help to safe handling of medicine.
The main aim of the policies and the procedure is to achieve the best administrative services for the medication and in the health and social care. With the help of these policies and the procedures the health and social care can reduce the risk of medication. The medication administration policy can help the health care unit to keep the record of all the medicines and review and access the information when needed and also can discuss the policies with the third party. The effectiveness of the policies and procedures are described below:
The study show that there is a great fall has been noticed in the numbers of death occurs in a year due to the full implementation of medication administration that provides its services to the health and social care, children homes and hospitals (Adams, Hean & Clark, 2009). The policies and the procedure of the medication also provide the safe practise to the health and care organisations to the employees of the organisation by giving the idea of time, dosage etc.
The legislation, policies and the procedure that affects the policies of the organisation are discussed with the help of the given case study. The factors that promote the rights of the users are analysed. The contribution of the knowledge and communication between the care workers and the user is described. The factors that contribute in loss of independence, the tensions that the care taker faces while handling the patients and the risk of harm all are described in the report.
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