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Activity Manual > 10 Activity Dept Training Manual (58 docs) > 01 Activity Safety Training (13 docs)

01 Activity Safety Training (13 docs)

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This great form is used by various types of community based care facilities to report an accident, incident, and/or injury to a resident. This detailed form takes the care provider step-by-step through essential information needed when this type of occurrence takes place.  This form also contains recheck information.  

If the accident, incident or injury causes a legal action to be filed, then the information on this form could be very instrumental in showing the steps the care provider took after the event to ensure for the resident's well being. Accident Incident Injury Report Form - Resident Community Care Homes Assisted Living
The public would be surprised to see how many lawsuits are brought against a care facility due to a resident's involvement in an activity.  It is essential for every activity director and volunteer to ensure resident(s) safety at all times.
These rules have been updated numerous times over a 20 year period.  Every time a lawsuit or accident happened that the staff of ProvidersWeb became aware of, we updated the safety rules accordingly to prevent the event from happening to anyone else.  The process of discovering a risk, and creating policies and procedures to advert the risk like safety rules, is called risk management.

All interior decorations are required to be non-flammable.  Decorations must not be hung in such a manner that will interfere with the fire sprinkler system or block fire doors. Activity Department Safety Rules
Activity safety rules acknowledgment form for all personnel and volunteers to acknowledge their understanding of the safety rules and duty to abide by the rules. Activity Department Safety Rules Form
This document provides a list of activity safety rules to follow.

Safety rules need to be established to fit the safety needs of the residents, volunteers, co-workers and the general public. Activity Safety is a serious responsibility, and the Activity Director and Volunteer staff must make sure they read and follow all facility established Activity Department Safety Rules.  The Activity Director and volunteers must to also understand the facilities emergency procedures, and procedures for Harmful Substances.  These safety rules apply regardless of the size of the facility. Activity Safety
Cover for this section of the manual Activity Safety Training Cover
Stories about why all facilities should have safety training.

An employee left the car keys in their car.  A resident walked out of a Bingo game and stole the car.  He had an accident and killed himself as well as another person.
Many of these stories are based on true events.  Don't let them occur in your facility.  Safety training is the key to prevention. Activity Stories Think About It - Yikes!
Safety procedures for all volunteer or staff drivers to follow in order to transport residents for activities.

All employees or volunteers that transport residents must maintain a valid driver's license and proof of auto insurance. For each driver used, the Activity Director is required to submit copies of the potential driver's license, proof of insurance, and good DMV record to the Office prior to allowing any residents to be transported.  In addition all employee's volunteers shall review, and sign the following auto accident procedures: Activity/Volunteer Driving Procedures
This form is used to report exposure to any pathogens, such as blood. Care Facility Exposure Report Form
Information on how chemicals should be used and handled during activities. Includes a chemical use checklist.

Use caution when using chemicals indoors; always follow the manufacture's specifications as listed on the product label, if there is no label, do not use the product. Make sure all employees are trained in the safe handling practices of hazardous chemicals and know what to do if exposure occurs. Control of Harmful Chemicals During Activities
A form used to explain the responsibility for resident safety during activity outings.

Residents love to go on outings. The following was designed to help address common safety issues for outings.  The list is not conclusive, and therefore good safety judgment should be exercised at all times.  Remember, Outing Safety Responsibility Form
Form - Pre-Employment Test Consent for Drivers that drive residents from the care business. Pre-Employment Test Consent for Drivers - Drug and Alcohol Test
How open communication makes a better work environment.

Our communication system is designed to encourage a continuous flow of safety, health and security information between management and volunteer without fear of retaliation. Safety Communication for Volunteers
Emergency procedures for volunteers. Everyone needs to understand his or her duties during an emergency, fire or disaster. Everyone needs to follow these fire prevention policies.

Each person needs to know where the Emergency Fire and Disaster Plans are posted throughout the facility.  Each employee is responsible for understanding his or her duty during a fire or disaster. 

If present at the facility during a fire drill, each employee and volunteer is required to participate and should be familiar with his or her assignments. Usually, the Activity Director and volunteers will help get the residents out of the facility. Volunteer Emergency Procedures
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