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SCH280. Written Agreements for People Receiving Care

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Written Agreements for People Receiving Care (Scotland) Policy This policy sets out the values, principles and procedures underpinning our approach (as a care home or care at home provider) to service agreements (contracts) in line with the current national health and social care standards described in My Support, My Life. Policy Statement The […]

SCH279. Workplace Mediation

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Workplace Mediation Policy Policy Statement In line with discipline and grievance provisions established through the Acas Code of Practice, {{org_field_name}} wishes to provide an opportunity to resolve any issues that arise through mediation. Workplace mediation is based on the principles of encouraging constructive communication in a safe and confidential environment identifying mutual solutions […]

SCH278. Working with Other Providers and Agencies in Care Homes

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Working with Other Providers and Agencies in Care Homes (Scotland) Policy Policy Statement This care service accepts that to provide the highest standard of care for our service users it is vital to work in partnership with other professionals and services. The service is committed to achieving the national health and care standards […]

SCH277. Winter Weather in Care Homes

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Winter Weather in Care Homes Policy Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} recognises that cold and icy winter weather can present a serious threat to the welfare of the people who live here, and to the home itself. Aim of the Policy This policy is intended to set out the values, principles and policies underpinning the […]

SCH276. Whistleblowing

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Whistleblowing (Scotland) Policy Introduction The whistleblowing policy (which applies to a care home or a care at home service) can be invoked by staff if they consider that any concerns they have about the welfare of people using the service are not being satisfactorily addressed by {{org_field_name}}. The policy can also apply to […]

SCH275. Wheelchairs in the Care service

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Wheelchairs in {{org_field_name}} Policy Some service users might already be using a wheelchair prior to admission to a care home. Others might be assessed as needing the use of one after admission. The home might also have its stock of wheelchairs for occasional or regular use by residents. Like all appliances their safe […]

SCH274. Water Supply Management in Care Homes

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Water Supply Management in Care Homes Policy Policy Statement It is essential that all care homes are comfortable and homely and provide a high-quality and safe living environment for their residents. Care homes should be well lit and ventilated and all risks associated with mains services, such as electricity, gas or water supplies, […]

SCH273. Volunteers and Internships

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Volunteers and Internships Policy Policy Statement Procedures Training Staff responsible for the recruitment, training, management and co-ordination of the service’s volunteers will receive appropriate training to help them carry out their roles competently. Responsible Person: {{org_field_registered_manager_first_name}} {{org_field_registered_manager_last_name}} Reviewed on: {{last_update_date}} Copyright ©2024 {{org_field_name}}. All rights reserved

SCH272. Voluntary Redundancy

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Voluntary Redundancy Policy Policy Statement {{org_field_name}} is committed to creating as secure an employment environment as possible and will therefore endeavour to avoid compulsory redundancies wherever it can. It is recognised, however, that circumstances may arise which result in the organisation seeking to effect a reduction in staffing or change to the services […]

SCH271. Visiting and Visitors in Care Homes

{{org_field_logo}} {{org_field_name}} Visiting and Visitors in Care Homes (Scotland) Policy Policy Statement This policy sets out the values, principles and procedures underpinning {{org_field_name}}’s approach to receiving visitors to the home. It applies to everyone visiting the home on any business and to all staff in their treatment of visitors. It provides guidance for residents on […]