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Download example Home Care Risk Assessment Template
Home Care Risk Assessment for Care Workers
Our home care risk assessments has written by IOSH and NEBOSH qualified Safety Professionals to support care workers. The document is 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.
This home care risk assessment is comprehensive, between 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;
- Driving to patients’ homes
- Motor vehicle checks
- Safe driving
- Slips, trips and falls inside and outside the residence.
- Dangerous behaviour of persons outside the residence.
- Animals within the customer of care’s residence.
- Bites, allergies, infections – resulting in major injury.
- General housekeeping within the residence, access, cleanliness and lighting.
- Risk of infection, fire, slips, trips, falls, allergies resulting in minor injuries.
- Daily activities with customers of care which may result in major injuries.
- The customer of care’s health condition. Risk of infectious conditions and HCAI’s (Healthcare Associated Infections)
- Risk of contracting infectious diseases such as hepatitis, HIV, influenza, tuberculosis, measles and chicken pox.
- Patients with mental health issues.
- Family members and visitors. Parties that may become frustrated, angry or even violent towards carers