The Role of Health Services. These documents provide best practice principles for preventing and responding to neglect and abuse and focusing on patients in the most vulnerable situations.
Developing On our doorstep learning - a resource of significant Welsh cases and inquiries Practitioners involved in safeguarding children and adults may be overwhelmed by the task of learning from criminal trials and inquiries. The National Board is keen that the lessons of significant Welsh cases are known.
The National Board has identified the key cases and inquiries which received a lot of media coverage. A National Board resource of significant Welsh cases and inquiries which addresses the question: Providing support and advice to safeguarding boards This is one of the principal duties of the National Board.
Five members of the National Board attend and participate in the meetings of the Regional Safeguarding Boards. Reporting on the adequacy and effectiveness of arrangements to safeguard children and adults and making recommendations to Welsh Ministers as to how those arrangements could be improved These are two of the principal duties of the National Board.
Sharing experience of participation in Regional Board meetings is a valuable source of safeguarding intelligence.
The Board receives enquiries as a result of its work. The Annual Report will summarise this work. Listening and Engaging 6. These will give coverage to what the public might do if they believe individuals may be at risk. Local, regional and national discussions about being protected, feeling safe and staying safe Networks of interested individuals and organisations reflecting on locally and nationally reported events The form and content of local, regional and national news reporting that is supportive of safeguarding initiatives and interventions.
Inspiring Voices Listening to people is foundational to communication and to being and feeling safe. The National Board promotes interacting with people over time - rather than occasionally extracting information from them.
The examples will go beyond sharing information. Sponsoring safeguarding awards The purpose is to recognise, reward and give national coverage to valued practice in Wales, that is, the work of individuals, teams and organisations which have fresh ideas about delivering services. These awards will raise the profile of heart-lifting safeguarding successes along with celebrating the individuals associated with them.
Leader Events The Leadership Summit of confirmed that safeguarding leadership is distributed across individuals and organisations at all levels. Meetings with the Chairs, members of Regional Boards and others for i frank discussions about the state of safeguarding in Wales ii assessments of the opportunities and constraints on Regional strategies for achieving better safeguarding and iii lever or develop greater effectiveness and efficiency in safeguarding practice.
Once the themes and learning have been agreed, the Regional Safeguarding Boards will be invited to try out different ways of disseminating the learning A social media campaign see 6. Contributing to safeguarding events Achieving principled change is political.
The National Board knows how important it is to construct coalitions and networks of leaders — which include people who use services. There is merit in contributing to documented planned events, the learning from which is disseminated Hosting a Summit about measuring the impact of safeguarding Assessing the effectiveness of safeguarding is a complicated task.
Referrals to safeguarding from particular sources and what happens to referrals are familiar but very limited measures — what do they mean? The National Board will work with the Welsh Government, the Regional Boards and others to explore areas of interest with a view to reflecting regional safeguarding area interests, for example, preparing annual reports; the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards; and the use of restraint and seclusion see Events planned and delivered with the Regional Boards Briefings from the events disseminated.
Promising ideas for safeguarding processes and interventions to be circulated to the Regional Boards. Questioning restraint and seclusion in care Having discussed the risks associated with use of restraint and seclusion in care and in secure settings for children and adults with Welsh Government, the National Board will identify partners with an interest in reducing these practices.
The EHRC is developing a framework on human rights and restraint which will apply in a range of settings. An account of what is known about the use of these practices in Wales and how they are experienced; also how the use of the methods may be limited.Methods of Machine Safeguarding There are many ways to safeguard machines.
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Safeguarding children and child protection guidance and legislation applies to all children up to the age of guarding for robotic machinery demands additional research efforts. In machine safeguarding, as in other regulated areas of the American workplace, to a certain extent, Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards govern function and practice.
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