Food Hygiene and Safety
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has set standards to be followed relating to food preparation, this is to ensure food hygiene and safety standards are met. In total, there are 28 regulations that relate to the standards applied by the Care Quality Commission. These standards are allocated into outcomes, which care service providers are expected to acknowledge and meet
There are a total of 28 outcomes in which you must comply in order to meet the standards set by the Care Quality Commission, these include:
Outcome 1: Respecting and involving people who use services
Outcome 2: Consent to care and treatment
Outcome 3: Fees
Outcome 4: Care and welfare of people who use services
Outcome 5: Meeting nutritional needs
Outcome 6: Cooperating with other providers
Outcome 7: Safeguarding people who use services from abuse
Outcome 8: Cleanliness and infection control
Outcome 9: Management of medicines
Outcome 10 Safety and suitability of premises
Outcome 11: Safety, availability and suitability of equipment
Outcome 12: Requirements relating to workers
Outcome 13: Staffing
Outcome 14: Supporting workers
Outcome 15: Statement of purpose
Outcome 16: Assessing and monitoring the quality of service provision
Outcome 17: Complaints
Outcome 18: Notification of death of a person who uses services
Outcome 19: Notification of death or unauthorized absence of a person who is detained or liable to be detained under the Mental Health Act 1983
Outcome 20: Notification of other incidents
Outcome 21: Records
Outcome 22: Requirements where the service provider is an individual or partnership
Outcome 23: Requirement where the service provider is a body other than a partnership
Outcome 24: Requirements relating to registered managers
Outcome 25: Registered person: training
Outcome 26: Financial position
Outcome 27: Notifications – notice of absence
Outcome 28: Notifications – notice of changes
This list of standards is really a handful for any caregiving personnel or caregiving body to keep in mind at all times. That is why Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) has created a management system to help you in planning everything from food hygiene and safety to care assessments.
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