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PART ONE

Explain federal, state or territory, and local standards, regulations and guidelines that apply to beauty treatments and name and briefly explain the two pieces of legislation that apply to skin penetration procedures:

  1. Aim of Work Health & Safety and its Act
  2. Aim of Anti-discrimination, including equal opportunity, racial vilification, disability discrimination
  3. Aim of the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act)
  4. Aim of Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
  5. Two pieces of legislation and that business that operate a commercial skin penetration salon must comply with
  6. Types of business that need licence to operate skin penetration procedures and types of business that do not need a licence and what council guidelines do they need to comply with

 

 

PART 2

Locate and review organisational infection control policy and procedures for compliance and state whether the procedures are included in the Academy’s Policy, and where are they located:

This review must be done in conjunction with Infection Control Guidelines for Personal Appearance Services 2012 that can be located on the following link: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/ph/documents/cdb/infectcontrolguide.pdf and/or other resources that you are required to identify for this part of the research.

The procedures you need to review are listed below:

  1. Hand washing procedure: included in policies and procedures and is correct
  2. Cleaning, disinfecting, sterilisation procedures: included in policies and procedures and are correct
  3. Needle stick injury and disposal of sharps procedures: included in policies and procedures and are correct

 

 

PART 3

 Explain the aim of Australian standards AS/NZS4815 and 4187 relating to infection control in office based health care facilities:

  1. AS/NZS4815
  2. AS/NZS4187

 

PART 4

Explain standard and additional precautions as defined by the National Health and Medical Research Council:

  1. When should the standard precautions be used
  2. List what do the standard precautions consist of
  3. What are additional precautions
  4. List what do the standard precautions consist of

 

 

PART 5

Explain Industry Code of Practice for Skin Penetration Procedures:

  1. Reason behind the development of Industry Code of Practice for Skin Penetration Procedures
  2. To whom the Industry Code of Practice for Skin Penetration Procedures applies

 

 

PART 6

Explain aetiology of infection, sources of infection and means of transmission:

  1. Describe:  bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, parasites, mites
  2. Ways of germs transmission and how do germs spread 

 

PART 7

Explain risk management for infection control:

  1. Aim of risk management in relation to infection control
  2. Steps provided by Australian/New Zealand Standard on Risk Management AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009

 

 

PART 8

List the steps of procedure for needle stick or sharps injury procedures for notification and response:

  1. Steps of procedure

 

 

PART 9

Explain the impact of premises layout and workflow on infection control risk:

  1. Considerations for a medical office layout (Please use the following link:  http://work.chron.com/considerations-medical-office-layout-26465.html)
  2. Correct workflow of cleaning area on infection control risks (you can use a simple diagram to explain the direction of workflow in the cleaning area)

 

 

 


 

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SHBBINF001 - Maintain Infection Control Standards
Assessment Task: Research Workbook
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Research Assignment
You are required to research and report on infection control standards. This assessment task has been designed to inform the assessor of your knowledge level. Based on this assessment task, a judgement can be made on whether you have achieved a satisfactory level, or if further review of this unit is necessary for the parts you have not answered satisfactory. You are allowed to re-submit your research answers twice after receiving feedback from your assessor on the unsatisfactory answers. The recommended number of words for this research is 1000 words.
You are required to submit your research findings on, or before the due date as advised by your assessor, written in your own words, and reference for all the resources used for this assessment task; for co
ect referencing the research task please refer to Student Handbook.
You are required to use the template below, insert the required information for each part, tick when completed, and submit the research template filled in as directed by your assessor.
This assessment task has been designed to inform the assessor of your knowledge level. Based on this assessment task, a judgement can be made on whether you have achieved a satisfactory level, or if further review of this unit is necessary for the parts you have not answered satisfactory.
Instructions
1. You can re-submit your research answers twice after receiving feedback from your assessor on the unsatisfactory answers.
2. Written and ve
al feedback will be provided within 10 working days from the submission date unless otherwise specified by your assessor.
3. Each research part has a word limit that is a minimum of words for each answer and may be exceeded by up to 500 words per total of research task.
4. You are required to submit your research findings on, or before the due date as advised by your assessor, written in your own words, within the recommended word limit, and reference for all the resources used for this assessment task; for co
ect referencing the research task please refer to Student Handbook.
5. You are required to use the template below, insert the required information for each part, tick when completed, and submit the research template filled in as directed by your assessor.
PART ONE
Explain federal, state or te
itory, and local standards, regulations and guidelines that apply to beauty treatments and name and
iefly explain the two pieces of legislation that apply to skin penetration procedures:
1. Aim of Work Health & Safety and its Act
The aim of the Work Health & Safety is to secure greater health along with the safety for the workers along with the workspaces. This is done with the elimination of risks and the effective consultation and compliance of the appropriate measures. The Act pertaining to the beauty treatment – Work & Safety Act 2011 is associated to the various legislations (ACT, 2017)
2. Aim of Anti-discrimination, including equal opportunity, racial vilification, disability discrimination
The Australian Human Rights Commission Act has the legislation associated with the discrimination that forms the basis for race, sex and color and also does cover the discrimation basis disability. The aim is to protect the society from any discrimination and the harassment (Australian Human Rights Commission, 2015)
3. Aim of the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act)
The aim of Privacy Act (1988) is to regulate the manner in which the personal information is handled. The information can be in any form - opinion or the material in a form - recorded or elsewise. There are thirteen principles forming part of it (OAIC, 2015). This aids in utilizing the service provisioned by the providers with relation to the personal information (OAIC, 2015).The Privacy Act was formulates for the reasons that the personal information does not get utilized by the third party for their own benefits.
4. Aim of Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
Aim of the Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003, is associated with minimizing the risk of various infections that can result from the various personal services offered in the arena of hairdressing, skin penetration and the beauty therapy and the collectivity of this is refe
ed to as the personal appearance services (Health.Qld, 2017). The aim is not associated to the services linked to personal appearance that are being provisioned by any health care facility (Health.Qld, 2017). There pertains a high risk...
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