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Documentation in a care facility is extremely important. This article offers points to consider when documenting accident investigations, disciplinary action, job descriptions, and evaluations. It also includes forms for documenting events listed below in the excerpt.

Documentation is a vital tool to develop and should become a routine response to a variety of situations. Many of the supervisor's duties will require written documentation. Employee Evaluations, training programs, Accident Exposure Investigation Analysis , recording significant incidents, Disciplinary Actions, Job Descriptions, instructions and Company Communication Notes are just a few examples showing the need for good documentation skills.

Any formal documentation should be.....

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Created: April 14, 2004
Last updated: October 1, 2014

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