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Assessment Event 3CHCDIS002: Follow established person-centred behaviour supportsWritten Responses1. It is important to record against a STAR chart at each instance of a challenging behaviour as it can provide information critical to the formulation of responses to behaviour and inform strategies for prevention. STAR Chart data can:-Be used to identify trends in behaviour, utilising information gathered in the settings and triggers section. Identifying triggers can allow for preventative action to be takenReporting of responses taken (actions) can inform the development of appropriate and suitable resolution strategies. If it is identified that a certain method is working, it may be able to implemented by others and eventually form part of the core of the BSPRecording challenging behaviours may be important for HS reporting, depending on the type of challenging behaviour. It could be seen as a hazard, near-miss or incident depending on resolution and this information is vital to informing the organising and may be used to justify requests for NDIS Plan review or the development of staff training.2.a)The reporting of incidents such as those outlined in the scenarios should include information about the antecedents to the incident, people in attendance, time, what happened, how staff responded and the result. It needs to be reported in a factual, objective manner without assumptions being madeb)Reports should be made to line management in line with organisational policy (this may meanthat out of hours you need to report to the on-call manager). In the event of a critical incident, staff may need to also contact a senior manager (this responsibility may fall to the staff on the ground or on-call and varies by organisation). Information will be made available in the client’sfile as to any other contacts that should be made in significant incident scenarios (family, OPGGuardian in the event of non-life-threatening injuries requiring consent for treatment).