#myHCPCstandards webinars: standard 7 - reporting concerns about safety
This webinar looks at the requirements set out in the HCPC standards around safeguarding. Safeguarding means the ability to identify, acknowledge and respond appropriately to concerns about the safety and wellbeing of service users. The webinar explores definitions of neglect, abuse and other types of harm, identify the groups most vulnerable to harm and the requirements set out in the HCPC standards.
This relates to standard 7 of the HCPC standards of conduct, performance and ethics, 'reporting concerns about safety', as well as standards 2.3 and 6.3 of the HCPC standards of proficiency for all professions.
Presented by HCPC Professional Liaison Consultant and registered speech and language therapist Fiona Campbell, and HCPC Policy Manager Matthew Clayton
This webinar looks at standard 7 of the standards of conduct, performance and ethics. Presented by HCPC Professional Liaison Consultant Kim Tolley.
#myHCPCstandards webinars: standards of conduct, performance and ethics
We explore each of the 10 standards of conduct, performance and ethics in this webinar series. Each session explores one standard and focuses on those areas that are more challenging to achieve in everyday practice.
- Promote and protect the interests of service users and carers
- Communicate appropriately and effectively
- Work within the limits of your knowledge and skills
- Delegate appropriately
- Respect confidentiality
- Manage risk
- Report concerns about safety
- Be open when things go wrong
- Be honest and trustworthy
- Keep records of your work
- Learning material
- Video content, Presentation