Author - mandatorycomplianceweb

Care Workers Mandatory Training Requirements

Care Workers Mandatory Training Requirements in the UK - What are the Mandatory Training Requirements? Statutory and mandatory training is an essential part of both compliance and personal development when it comes to the health and social care industry. Indeed, many types of training are entirely necessary, whether they are considered statutory/mandatory or not. In this article, we are going to look at mandatory training in the care industry. We will discuss what mandatory training means for care workers, and [...]

Statutory & Mandatory Training Courses Online

Statutory & Mandatory Training Courses - Online CQC Compliance Courses - Clinical & Non-Clinical E-Learning Courses. Statutory and mandatory training is essential for healthcare and social care staff who work in the Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulated environments. Staff working in health and social care environments must ensure that they undertake statutory training to ensure they do their job safely and meet UK laws. Our clinical and non-clinical statutory and mandatory training course bundles were designed to provide active learning for [...]

More adults seeking support for alcoholic parents

More adults seeking support for alcoholic parents. Image copyright FAMILY HANDOUT - Amelia Carr with her father whose alcoholism became particularly serious when she was five The number of adults seeking help to cope with an alcoholic parent has tripled over five years, according to a leading charity. The National Association for the Children of Alcoholics took more than 23,000 calls or messages last year from over 18s, compared to 6,400 in 2013. Experts say more funding to support families and friends would help [...]

Stress Management – 5 Ways to Leave Your Work Stress at Work

Stress Management - 5 Ways to Leave Your Work Stress at Work. C.J. BURTON/GETTY IMAGES Stress Management Techniques Firaz was recently appointed CEO of a $1 billion company where he had held various roles over the past nine years. He had coveted this position for two years, but, now that he had it, Firaz was far from happy. Work was stressful in a number of ways. He felt overwhelmed by the responsibility of managing the executive leadership team, particularly because they were his peers not [...]

Significant Events Reporting – RIDDOR

Significant Events Reporting - RIDDOR. What is RIDDOR? The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulation 2013 (RIDDOR). Accidents can occur in the workplace. Workplace accidents should be placed into either of the following categories: Minor Accident Major Accident A Minor accident is when a person does not receive a serious injury from the accident which they have suffered. This person will be dealt with using the ‘in house’ protocol for minor accidents. A Major accident is when a person is seriously injured. This major accident is classified [...]