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CCLD 302 Develop & maintain a healthy, safe & secure environment for children. | NVQ CCLD Level 2 & Level 3 Answers

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K3H246 Statutory and regulatory arrangements covering health and safety for the children, colleagues, families and visitors in your setting or service.

Answer 1: There are a number of regulatory and statutory requirements which are used within a setting such as Health and Safety Act 1974 this act ensures that children, staff and visitors are kept safe and free from harm and that door and gates are locked to keep children safe. There setting must be clean […]

K3H200 Good hygiene practice Including:

• Principles of cross infection • Appropriate systems to dispose of different types of waste, food handling, • Handling body fluids. • Issues concerning spread of HIV and AIDS virus and hepatitis. Answer 1: Good hygiene practice; Good hygiene procedures help to stop infection and cross infection, one of the ways in which germs can […]

K3H199 Signs and symptoms of common childhood illness and allergies and appropriate responses according to established procedures

Answer 1: These are many symptoms of childhood illnesses and allergies some of them are; Sneezing, runny nose, headache, irritability, mild temperature suggests a common cold. Bed rest and plenty or liquids followed by paracetamol for children to lower the temperature and aid the headache. A painful sore throat, hard to swallow, headache and temperature […]

K3D195 Why it is importance to allow children to assess and manage risk according to their stage of development and how this can be done?

Answer 1: By allowing a child to assess and manage risk according to their development stage, you are allowing them to be able to develop their own judgement and be able to see firsthand how managing their own risk can give them confidence. To allow children the freedom to assess risk for themselves (with guidance) […]

K3H193 Regulations and procedures for the storage and administration of medicines

Answer: Because of the varying situations pertaining in different settings e.g. the availability of trained and untrained staff, the ages of the pupils, whether the school is day or boarding, it is important that each institution has a clear medicines policy that is understood and accepted by staff, parents and pupils and which provides a […]

K3H190 The basic stages of child development and the implications these have for health, safety and security arrangements.

The basic stages of child development are; Birth –crawling around 6 months of age, babies have the risk of falling once crawling up or down the stairs or off a raised surface such as a bed. Babies should be supervised at all times. Safety gates should be place at the top and bottom of the […]

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