LM2c 1.3. Explain how the requirements of legislation, codes of practice and agreed ways of working influence professional supervision
This ensures support of staff and following of codes of practice. For example, Health and Social Care Act 2008 in England assured the meeting of the essential standard of quality and safety. Also, it ensures that the roles of the staff are supported in providing treatment and care with the help of supervision (Englander, & Carraccio, 2014).
Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014: Regulation 17
The intention of this regulation is to make sure that providers have systems and processes that ensure that they are able to meet other requirements in this part of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 (Regulations 4 to 20A). To meet this regulation; providers must have effective governance, including assurance and auditing systems or processes. These must assess, monitor and drive improvement in the quality and safety of the services provided, including the quality of the experience for people using the service. The systems and processes must also assess, monitor and mitigate any risks relating the health, safety and welfare of people using services and others. Providers must continually evaluate and seek to improve their governance and auditing practice. http://www.cqc.org.uk/guidance-providers/regulations-enforcement/regulation-17-good-governance
The employers of social care workers Code of practice
At St Marys we all work with others in our daily working life to give good services that we provide to residents. It is important to maintain happy relationships with all those people we work with to ensure that our work gets done efficiently so that our residents receive the service they require. As well as making the workplace more enjoyable to work in. the residents will benefit from better service as everyone works as a team. This is to meet outcome 6 of the care quality commissions (CQC) essential standards outcome 6 focuses on cooperating with other provides and ensuring that there are no interruptions to the continuity of care treatment and support for residents. the main policies and procedures that can be used by care providers; the challenges that can occur when cooperating with other providers and what care providers can do to demonstrate excellence across CQC outcomes.