Example Risk Assessments are written by IOSH and NEBOSH qualified Safety Professionals, delivered instantly to your email address ready for you to download and start editing straight away. The template should be changed to suit the exact works you are carrying out.
Risk Assessments are comprehensive, and are about 4-7 pages long, with space for your company details and logo. The appropriate Hazards and Control Procedures for a typical Job are included in the Risk Assessment you are going to purchase. We include Telephone support with all of our documents, call us on the number above for assistance.
The principal objective of home care is the provision of support to enable service users to be cared for in their own home for as long as possible, or to enable them to return to their own home from hospital or other accommodation.
Home care workers assist people at home, allowing them to stay in their homes, rather than use residential, long-term, or nursing care institutions. Care workers visit users to help with daily tasks, and assist in their physical personal needs and in the follow-up of medical plans.
This Risk Assessment includes recognising potential hazards in and around the service user's home, such as - but not limited to;
You will need to have a suitable word processing programme installed on your device. For Macs and PCs you can use Microsoft Office (paid) or OpenOffice (free) to open and edit. If you have a mobile device you will need to go to your app store (App Store for iPads/iPhones or Google Play Store for Android devices) and search for an application.
I don't have Microsoft Office or Microsoft Word, what should I do?
If you don't have Microsoft Office, or Microsoft Word installed on your PC or Mac, don't worry - you can still use our products. You can get a free alternative from Open Office.
Open Office Org is open-source developed alternative to Microsoft Office, developed by a large software company called Oracle. Open Source means the company who build the software, allow 100% use of it, 100% free.
Since Open Office is specifically developed to be exactly the same as Microsoft Office, with all the same programs in the suite (Eg: Word, Excel, Access and Power Point) - it will freely open any Microsoft Office file-format. Meaning, just because a document was written in Microsoft Word, doesn't mean it can't be opened in another program. Open Office will do that, and vise versa.
To download and install Open Office;