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Health Safety and security

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Task 1 P4 June had 4 service providers who assisted in her care. This includes doctor, nurse, police and also the care workers. The responsibility of each provider is to ensure the health and well being of the individual. The jobs are all health related so the primary purpose is to aid and care for people's health. The doctor's responsibility is to provide the essential care the patient needs. Because June has broken her left shoulder and has severe cuts, it is required that the doctor checks these wounds to see whether it requires a medical attention. This may be because it may be infected and may needed to be diagnosed. They will do this by taking investigation such as performing X rays towards the injured area of the patient. This is to see whether the situation would need to go to any more depth such as having an operation. Doctors will also provide prescription of medicine when needed. This may be because June injuries may be painful so will require some relieving tablet to reduce pain. The doctor would have made an effort into making June less scared by having friendly talks with her, forming a friendly relationship. The nurses work alongside the doctor. When the doctor has finished checking the patients, the doctor will provide given orders which the nurses follow. They usually will aid the patient by applying bandages, giving injections or cleaning harmful bacteria near the wound and more. In this case, the nurse would had taken the X ray of June's arm and had given it to the doctor to check the bone of her shoulder and also would had aided June's by which is applying stitches. The nurses would have also given clear instruction of what he will be doing, forming a nice friendly relationship as well. The police would have come due to the claims of the lost necklace June had been wearing when admitting the premises of the hospital. ...read more.

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No 1 2 (3) 4 Do you have any concerns with the park? No 1 2 3 (4) How's the community in this park? No 1 2 3 (4) How can the park be improved? 1 2 3 4 The park is fine, i had no trouble at all, been here for over 15 years, a decent, great community park. Survey #14 Questions Answers Please Circle Appropriately Do you think the park feels safe? No 1 2 (3) 4 Do you think the park is clean enough? No 1 2 (3) 4 Would you prefer it if the park stayed open later No 1 2 (3) 4 Are there enough dog waste bins in the park No 1 2 (3) 4 Do you mind daytime drinkers being here? No 1 2 (3) 4 Do you have any concerns with the park? YES (1) 2 3 4 How's the community in this park? Bad 1 2 3 (4) How can the park be improved? 1 2 3 4 There's countless problems, the pavement has allot of cracks which is not suitable for walking, not enough bins for dog wastes, too much drinkers, and to noisy. Not a great park. Survey #15 Questions Answers Please Circle Appropriately Do you think the park feels safe? No 1 2 (3) 4 Do you think the park is clean enough? No 1 2 (3) 4 Would you prefer it if the park stayed open later Yes 1 (2) 3 4 Are there enough dog waste bins in the park No 1 2 3 (4) Do you mind daytime drinkers being here? yes 1 (2) 3 4 Do you have any concerns with the park? No 1 2 (3) 4 How's the community in this park? Yes (1) 2 3 4 How can the park be improved? 1 2 3 4 The park is not the greatest but it's the closest to where i live. ...read more.

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This will be a problem in the long term. The park has good time management where it gives enough time for people to enjoy so it is not necessary to increase the time for a small population who wish to use an extra hour or so. In addition, people tends to not use park at night due to many cases of crime happening at parks. So increasing the time at the park will not benefit much for the community. There are enough bins at the park, having a good survey result to reflect this. However, it is best to increase the bin size to ensure more space is available to dispose of waste product by the animals. This will help keep the park clean and having a good hygiene so waste product and food packaging will not build up at the public ground. We cannot remove the drinkers from the park but we can influence them from drinking as much so it may slowly but gradually reduce and maybe completely remove drinkers from the park. By adding health-warning signs about the dangers of alcohol by complying the harm it does to the body, it may let people think twice before drinking the alcohol. Applying a new layering of flooring will reduce the risk in the long term. Cracks and bumps on the floor may not be seen easily by children and especially elderly. By having new flooring, it is more comfortable and free from any cracks that may be easily tripped over. If injured, it will take time of NHS and removes the person from society for a short time. Having a space directly for the drinker can improve upon the parks image but the chances of the drinker going to the suggested area is very low. Drinkers also enjoy the scenery of the park where they can watch animals and youth having fun. So having an area for drinker is a great idea only when drinkers go to the area allocated for them. ?? ?? ?? ?? Calvin Chan AA09267 Health, Safety & Security Assignment 2 ...read more.

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