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Speak to your assessor if you are unable to locate one. 8.1 Refer to the One World for Children Centre Policies, as most of these documents can be found as links in the policies at: . For each document, complete the task/s in a table similar to the following: A child enrolment form What questions relate to the child’s health information? Parent information sheet (describes the routines of the child; for example, how long they slept or rested) What information is included on this sheet? Cleaning roster/checklist Highlight the tasks that are within your job Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children – WP Task 5 Version 1.1 01 March 2014 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide role. Illness record Imagine you are caring for a child who has a temperature of 38 °C and complete this record. Injury record / Incident Report Imagine you are caring for a child who was running and has fallen and scraped their left knee on the concrete. Complete the injury record. Safety checklist/risk analysis Use this document to carry out a risk analysis in your work area. Explain how you have removed a hazard from the children’s environment during the day. Asthma action plan Provide a copy of an ‘Asthma care plan for education and care services’. What are the four steps given for asthma first aid? Anaphylaxis action plan Provide a copy of an ‘Action plan for anaphylaxis’. What are the five steps given for anaphylaxis action? Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children – WP Task 6 Version 1.1 01 March 2014 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide 8.2 Collect the following policies from your service. If you are unable to find them, refer to the One World for Children Centre Policies, available at: . For each policy, complete the question/s. Privacy / confidentiality Where in the policy does it mention confidentiality in relation to children’s health needs? What does it say Medication a) What role does this policy say you may take in administering medication? Are you able to: •• check the administration of medication that other educators complete •• sign the medication record as the witness if you checked the administration of medication by another educator •• administer medication yourself? b) What four things must you check prior to administering medication? c) What hygiene practices do you use when administering medication? d) How would you find out about where to store a medication Sydney School of Business Technology CHCECE002 Ensure the health and safety of children – WP Task 7 Version 1.1 01 March 2014 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Student Guide Exclusion /Infectious diseases /illness What does the service policy say about the exclusion
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