Day One - 30th January 2014
09.10 – 09.40
Plenary Session 1:
Legislation – implications for moving and handling practice
Where is legislation taking moving and handling practice in Health and Social Care and what are the implications for practitioners following on from the Carers Support Bill and associated legislation and professional guidance?
Speaker – Susan Clayton,
Manual Handling Trainer & Adviser, TCR
Day Two - 31st January 2014
08.55 – 09.25
Plenary Session 2:
Consent, Dignity and Safeguarding – issues and implications for processes and practice
Safeguarding the interests of the individual requiring assistance or complete intervention. Application of the right technique or use of equipment requires consent and this is an important issue facing professionals when moving and handling people. Care must be delivered in a way which preserves their dignity and safety. Due to the clients health or ability to understand information, this presentation will provide thought for discussion and guidance for moving and handling practitioners.
Speaker – Michael Mandelstam,
Independent Legal Trainer, Health and Social Care