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Unit 2- Assignment 4- Know how to deal with accidents, illne

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Unit 2- Assignment 4- Know how to deal with accidents, illness and emergencies
Aim
Objectives
Settings polices and procedures
What are they?
What is considered an emergency?
When someone is ill, injured or in danger or harm
Fire
What is your settings fire procedure?
Evacuation
Why might you need to evacuate the building/setting?
What is your settings procedure for this?
Doreen Clark
Fire
Evacuation
First Aid/ers
Missing Children
When to request assistance
Informing the supervisor/manager
Allergic responses and why it is important to follow instructions about children's diets/allergies
The giving of medicine
Maintaining the safety of others
Providing reassurance and comfort
Contacting parents/carers
Carrying out recording and reporting procedures
Annotate on the board emergency situations
Missing Children
What is your settings procedure if a child goes missing? - on site and off site
What is your setting policy on administering medicines?
Medicine
Allergies/Allergic reactions
How does you setting ensure staff are informed of children's allergies?
What is the procedure to take if a child has an allergic reaction?
First Aid
How does your setting inform you who the first aiders are?
What does the EYFS say about first aid/ers?
What is the procedure if a child has a minor accident and a major accident?
Maintaining the safety of others
Providing reassurance and comfort
Contacting parents and carers
Carrying out reporting and recording procedures
When to request assistance
Informing the supervisor/manager
First Aid box
Where are your first aid boxes?
What should be in them?
Who is responsible for making sure they are replenished?
Why is it important to know the location of the first aid boxes and for them to be complete with all their contents?
Add an illustration to your booklet for the contents of a first aid box.
To know how to deal with accidents, illness and emergencies
To be able to review and recall own settings policies and procedures for fire, evacuation, lock down, missing children, first aid, administering of medicine and dealing with allergic reactions.
To be able to describe the contents of a first aid box
To be able to know the reporting and recording procedures for accidents, illness and emergencies.
P5-
Outline the policies and procedures related to accidents, emergencies and children’s illness in a child care setting
You must produce a booklet outlining all the mentioned policies and procedures.
1- Produce a front page
2- identify the contents of a first aid box with images and descriptions/importance of replenishing and who is responsible for this.
3- Describe your settings policies and procedures for each of the ones mentioned.
Case Study
You are working with a small group of children in an after school club. During a game with a ball, Ainsley aged six trips land falls heavily on his left leg. You see that his leg is swollen and it looks a strange shape.
What do you do immediately?
What, if anything do you do with Ainsley's leg?
What else do you do with Ainsley?
What do you do with the other children?
Who do you contact first and how?
What do you thinnk will need recording?
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