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Adult Safeguarding
 
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PART 1 - GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ONLINE SAFEGUARDING
 
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Online safety is now part of the wider safeguarding requirement for schools but it is a fast changing and sometimes seemingly inaccessible world for staff. However, all members of the staff team should have at least a basic awareness of online safety so that, should an incident occur, they can respond appropriately and quickly. This is the first in a free series of videos that will not only help raise awareness in the team but also has a partnering child-friendly version of the principles discussed to extend the training into the classroom. The content is appropriate for everyone from Senior Leadership to new to education staff in any role and can be used to support a combined staff and classroom awareness campaign. In this first episode, we look at some key elements of online safety and some of the safeguarding responsibilities of the team will need to be aware of. Our team at the Child Protection Company have been creating high quality training solutions since 2008 and every one of our courses draws on the experience of expert safeguarding professionals. Our training courses are developed in house, and are regularly updated to remain in line with the latest government guidance and legislation. We appreciate the diverse nature of our customers, so some of our courses are suitable for everyone while others are a result of close collaboration with inspecting bodies and industry associations, to ensure that they meet the unique and specific needs of their members. Our aim is to design courses that are informative, accredited, certified and relevant to the learner, rather than providing a generic ‘one size fits all’ experience. Anyone who works in an environment where they come into contact with children and vulnerable adults has a duty of responsibility to the overall safeguarding process. Here at the Child Protection Company, we are proud to offer a range of high quality training options designed to assist you and your team in safeguarding the more vulnerable members of our society. For more information on our support and training services visit us at www.childprotectioncompany.com
19 10 16 Recording Safeguarding Principles in Recovery Context
 
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Recording of MHFE World Mental Health Day 2016 webinar in which Facilitators Jessica Russell, Southend Adult Community College and Errolie Sermaine, Redbridge Institute's Community Learning Mental Health Research Project explore Safeguarding Principles in a Recovery Context. During the webinar Jessica and Errolie highlight the following web links: Getting support for self and others: http://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/ http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Suicide/Pages/helping-others.aspx http://tasc-uk.org/worried-about-someone/ https://www.bigwhitewall.com/ - online support community http://www.iapt.nhs.uk/ - access to talking therapies http://uk-sobs.org.uk/ - for survivors of bereavement by suicide https://www.selfharm.co.uk/ - advice and information
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Safeguarding Adults
 
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An introduction to responsibilities for primary care staff in safeguarding adults in Kent and Medway.
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Welfare Principle and checklist (Children Act 1989)
 
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Westminster Law School, University of Westminster
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The Humanitarian Principles
 
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The EU is committed to promoting global respect and compliance with International Humanitarian Law, together with the Humanitarian Principles – humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independence. These help protect the lives of humanitarian workers and ensure safe and unhindered access to those in need. Read more: http://bit.ly/1bJIr0G Video by the European Union
Safeguarding
 
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Good Practice Safeguarding
 
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Traditionally, it may be thought that safeguarding in primary care is only the responsibility of GPs and nursing staff, but patients can only be effectively safeguarded if all members of the primary care team work together. In this short film, members of the team at The Spa Surgery in Harrogate talk about the vital role they play and how they work collaboratively to safeguard their patients. For more information, please visit the Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Harm toolkit www.rcgp.org.uk/sarh
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Dangers of the age and safeguarding Islamic Principles 2
 
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Ahmadiyya Jamaat, Sierra Leone Ahmadiyya Muslim Radio 91.7FM
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An Introduction to the Principles of Hikmah - Hakim Archuletta (Natural Health Series: Session 1)
 
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Download this lecture from iTunes: http://www.IslamOnDemand.com/342-349iod.html This lecture is part 1 of a complete series of 6 lectures entitled "Natural Health and the Islamic Tradition": 1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaKapsiJZX4 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIFrt5t2jis 3) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDTjsO1O6qs 4) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fypUpE_9m0k 5) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTI0YlFMbeg 6) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXKqEylKy-w We are the original producer of this video. Your purchase supports the production of new videos! See our catalog of lectures at http://www.IslamOnDemand.com Renowned natural healer and Muslim convert Hakim Archuletta takes you on a journey into a wonderfully refreshing perspective of natural health. Whether you are a health professional, serious student of alternative medicine, or simply seeking a more fulfilling spiritual and healthy life, this series is for you. What are some ways that our modern lifestyle has affected our health? What is the significance of hamd (praise) and shukr (thanks) in our physical health? What can we do to achieve wholeness and reconnect with ourselves, our Creator and creation? And why is this important for real health? The speaker answers these and many other questions during this three day seminar. Many fascinating topics are explored such as new approaches to trauma therapies, energy medicine and the four humors. He explains the concept of hikmah (simple truths), the principles of 'prophetic' medicine and shares anecdotes from his years as a healer. This seminar is full of eye-opening information that may change the way you look at all medicine and your health. Hakim reveals 'secrets' of healing, exposes the modern conspiracy against health and places natural healing within the context of the Islamic tradition. He also demonstrates practical exercises which can help in becoming a more whole and healthy human being.
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Jill Manthorpe - Mental Capacity Act and Safeguarding
 
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Jill Manthorpe talks about the Mental Capacity Act and Safeguarding
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Child Protection
 
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This short animation introduces what is meant by Child Protection in a humanitarian emergency. It highlights some key points to remember before responding to an emergency and signposts to key humanitarian principles for ensuring a child’s protection.
Safeguarding with science: Rabies research and testing
 
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At APHA science plays a vital role in how we safeguard animal and plant health. Whether it’s identifying and controlling outbreaks of notifiable disease; facilitating international trade; or our research in areas such as avian influenza and bovine TB, all our work is underpinned by scientific principles and rigour. Here Professor Tony Fooks talks about the work we do to protect GB from the risk of rabies, and our collaborative efforts on the international stage to eradicate canine-rabies. Find out more about APHA's work to #endrabies: https://aphascience.blog.gov.uk/2017/09/28/marking-world-rabies-day-2017/
Dangers of the age and safeguarding Islamic Principles 3
 
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Ahmadiyya Jamaat, Sierra Leone Ahmadiyya Muslim Radio 91.7FM
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Safeguarding Children of Arrested Parents Training Video
 
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This training video introduces and demonstrates many core principles of the Safeguarding Children of Arrested Parents Model Policy, which serves as a template for law-enforcement agencies as they develop and/or revise policies and procedures addressing arrest processes. BJA collaborated with IACP to create this Model Policy with the intent of mitigating the potential traumatic impact of a parent’s arrest on children.
ST HELEN'S TRAINING: CHILDREN'S WORK and Safeguarding (Part 4 of 4)
 
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Sam Osborne shares helpful principles for youth and children's work. St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible handling, whether they are reading the bible with a friend, leading a small group or preaching.
Information about the Care Act 2015
 
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A simple summary of the Care Act and what it means for Surrey
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Safeguarding Adults in the Care Home - BVS Training
 
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DISPATCH! Watch the first few minutes of our care training videos for FREE. Don't forget to visit http://www.bvs.co.uk to place your orders and take advantage of the FREE delivery on all online orders. This product can be found at https://www.bvs.co.uk/safeguarding-adults-in-the-care-home.html This excellent resource provides fully up to date guidance on how to safeguard the welfare of older people within care homes. Filmed entirely in real care settings this title will explain to workers what abuse is and how to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse. Depicting dramatic scenes of abuse this title will help bring the realities of adult abuse to life, teaching care workers why abuse should never be ignored. This video and supporting materials provide information on the 10 types of abuse recognised by the Care Act and the 6 Principles of Safeguarding. Subjects covered include: Role of the Carer in Maintaining a Culture which Safeguards the Individual Legislation and Policy Concept and Definition of Abuse Using Illustrated Examples, Categories & Prevalence Principles of Abuse Signs and Symptoms of Abuse Responding to Abuse Conclusions Video Format: DVD, Download or Online Duration: 28 minute video in 15 sections to be used in a suggested 2 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD Accredited Certificate Consultant: Dr Barry Wilson PhD, BA, CQSW Peer Review: Elaine Grade, Anchor Care Standards: Care Certificate Standard 10 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 5 NOS: SCDHSC0024 QCF: Unit ref: A/601/8574
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Webinar: Child Safeguarding in Humanitarian Settings
 
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Child Safe Horizons (www.childsafehorizons.com) held a webinar in December 2015 on how to safeguard children in humanitarian settings. This was co-hosted by the global-level Child Protection Working Group (www.cpwg.net).
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Safeguarding Statutory Guidance Update Andrew Hall March 2015
 
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In this 17-min online video seminar, specialist safeguarding consultant, Andrew Hall explains the four new and revised safeguarding documents that the government published on 26th March 2015. The previous editions of Working Together and Keeping Children Safe in Education have been revised. What to do if you're worried a child is being abused and Information Sharing were last published in 2006 and 2008 and are so heavily rewritten that they feel new. NEW Safeguarding Documents On 26th March 2015, the Department for Education published a set of new and revised safeguarding documents. The two key documents for safeguarding and child protection are ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children‘ and ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education‘. Both these documents have been revised largely to include legislation that has been enacted since their original publication. In particular additions include: duties under the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015; disqualification by association; and an increased emphasis on child sexual exploitation. The handling of allegations against staff have altered slightly. Local Authority Designated Officers (LADO) have been re-designated as ‘designated officers’. These officers might be teams of people. Although it might sound the same, the designated officers must be part of a coordinated approach to child protection and not isolated from those teams. The designated officer(s) must be qualified social workers (except from those already in post, or moving to a new authority from an existing LADO role). Unfortunately, there is no further advice some issues that have taxed schools, for example, whether volunteers should be DBS checked or whether host families should be vetted prior to receiving children from overseas on an exchange visit. The two new documents are particularly useful. ‘Information Sharing’ aims to ensure that schools and other organisations understand both their duty to share and when they are prevented from doing so. The document has a useful flowchart and myth-busting guidance. ‘What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused‘ is a very welcome update to the 2006 edition. The new document is ideal to share with non-specialists and with new staff during induction. The signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect have been rewritten and are now clear and more succinct. Which documents have changed? I’ve prepared an article about each of the documents, they can be accessed at the links below: Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015 REVISED http://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/working-together-to-safeguard-children-2015/ Keeping children safe in education 2015 REVISED http://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/keeping-children-safe-in-education-2015/ Information Sharing 2015 NEW http://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/information-sharing-2015/ What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused 2015 NEW http://www.safeguardinginschools.co.uk/what-to-do-if-youre-worried-a-child-is-being-abused-2015/ To keep up to date with Safeguarding In Schools, join the weekly Safeguarding Briefing today: http://www.safeguardingbriefing.co.uk
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Home Care 9: Safeguarding Adults - BVS Training
 
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DISPATCH! Watch the first few minutes of our care training videos for FREE. Don't forget to visit http://www.bvs.co.uk to place your orders and take advantage of the FREE delivery on all online orders. This product can be found at https://www.bvs.co.uk/home-care-9-safeguarding-adults.html This excellent resource provides fully up to date guidance on how to safeguard the welfare of adults at risk of abuse. Filmed entirely in real domiciliary care settings this title will explain to workers what abuse is and how to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse. Depicting dramatic scenes of abuse this title will help bring the realities of adult abuse to life, teaching care workers why abuse should never be ignored. This video and supporting materials provide information on the 10 types of abuse recognised by the Care Act and the 6 Principles of Safeguarding. Subjects covered include: Role of the Domiciliary Care Worker in Safeguarding the Individual Legislation and Policies Concept and Definition of Abuse Principles of Safeguarding Types of Abuse Signs and Symptoms of Abuse Responding to Abuse Video Format: DVD, Download or Online Duration: 32 minute video in 15 sections to be used in a suggested 4 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD Accredited Certificate Consultant: Dr Barry Wilson, PhD, BA, CQSW Peer Review: Elaine Grade, Anchor Care Standards: Care Certificate Standard 10 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 5 NOS: SCDHSC0024 QCF: Unit ref: A/601/8574
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Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults - What Can We do to make a Positive Difference - Empowerment
 
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In this video I discuss the steps we can take to make a positive difference and reduce the risk of abuse towards vulnerable adults. This clip is taken from my Protecting Vulnerable Adults from Abuse Training Seminar on DVD, for more information please visit: http://www.mattjoyce.com/training-seminars-on-dvd.html For more information about me please visit: http://www.mattjoyce.com
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5 principles of the mental capacity act
 
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A short description of the five principles of the mental capacity act
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Unit 2: Principles of Health & Social Care Practic - Group A : Role Play
 
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The aim of this role play aims to cover assessment criteria: 1.2 Outline the procedures for protecting clients, patients and colleagues from harm. 1.4 Explain ethical dilemmas and conflict that may arise when providing care, support and protection on to users of Health & Social Care Services. The Scenario: A carer at the Green Life Care Home failed to follow the correct procedures which protects our service users from harm. She lifted an elderly women (Margaret Hanson) , who had fallen off her bed on her own, without assistance, which resulted in causing injury to Margaret. The following morning, Margaret’s daughter, who came to visit her was told about this, by her distraught mother............
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Safeguarding: Safer Recruitment For British International Schools
 
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This free Veema Education webinar provides information on how recruitment processes should comply with the principles of safer recruitment practice and to understand the requirements placed on schools under best practice guidance. The webinar covers perpetrator behaviour and how the school can deter, reject and identify candidates who are unsuitable to work with children and prevent them from gaining employment in a school. It examines the required pre-employment checks for school staff and practical tools to apply throughout the process.
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Safeguarding Children
 
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One of our customers, dedicated to Safeguarding children and Safer Employment in Education produced this video showing the importance of practicing what they preach.
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Mental Capacity Act Principles
 
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Views: 5949 Rachael Mannion
Safeguarding with science: Avian influenza
 
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At APHA science plays a vital role in how we safeguard animal and plant health. Whether it’s identifying and controlling outbreaks of notifiable disease; facilitating international trade; or our research in areas such as avian influenza and bovine TB, all our work is underpinned by scientific principles and rigour. Here Professor Ian Brown, APHA's Head of Virology, talks about avian influenza (bird flu) and the work we do at our international reference laboratory in Weybridge. For more information about avian influenza, including how to spot it, what to do if you suspect it, measures to prevent it, and the latest situation in GB, see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/avian-influenza-bird-flu. See more blogs about science at APHA: https://aphascience.blog.gov.uk/
Rockford Systems | Safeguarding 101 for Metalworking Machines Webinar
 
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Hosted by ISHN on Nov 17, 2017: This webinar explains the application of five basic methods to safeguard metalworking (and other) machines: Guards, Devices, Distance, Location, and Opening. Point of Operation and Perimeter Guards along with their interlocks, infra-red light curtains, area laser scanners, press brake laser devices, two-hand controls, awareness barriers, shields for cutting/turning machines, NFPA 79 electrical standard for industrial machines; main power disconnects, motor starters, emergency-stops, and basic principles of Risk Assessment will be included.
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Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
 
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Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults was written, produced and directed by Neil Ben of Holistic Films. Made to teach care workers to look out for possible signs of abuse in the elderly. Elaine Grade, Head of Training at Anchor Trust at the time said "This is one of the best training resources for care workers I have seen in many years."
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Live Care Presentation: Safeguarding & Mental Capacity
 
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Catch up on our latest live presentation (first broadcast 28/07/17) on our discussion of Safeguarding & Mental Capacity. Want to find out more about our online and classroom based training in the care industry? Visit https://elfytraining.co.uk or contact our team today on 01202 725080.
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Feng Shui 101: How to Safeguard Your Sleep
 
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Feng shui principles talk about the importance of safeguarding the bed where you sleep, and we go through some basic tenants of this eastern practice to help you avoid some design features that would ruin your rest. Visit Design2Share.com for expert videos, tips, resources, and advice on home decorating. And read Sarah Shurety's great book "Feng Shui for Your Home" for great in-depth help with setting up your home and rooms. Music: "Birth" by Kyle Patrick Johnson.
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Adult Safeguarding Bill 2017
 
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Speech in Seanad Éireann (05 April 2017) introducing the Adult Safeguarding Bill 2017 by Independent - Civil Engagement Group Senator Colette Kelleher.
Directive Principle of State Policy (DPSP) - Principles and Amendments
 
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Directive Principle of State Policy (DPSP) The Directive Principles of State Policy are guidelines for the framing of laws by the government. These provisions, set out in Part IV of the Constitution, are not enforceable by the courts, but the principles on which they are based are fundamental guidelines for governance that the State is expected to apply in framing policies and passing laws. • DPSP’s and FR forms the Conscience of Indian Constitution Basic aim of DPSPs is to set up social & economic goals before the law makers • To bring socio-economic change in the country • To fulfill the basic needs of the common man • To reshape the structure of Indian society in direction of greater socio-economic equality. Constitution of India Part IV deal with the provisions of the Directive Principles & are broadly classified into • Socialist principles • Gandhian principles • Liberal intellectual principles Socialistic Principles: a) Adequate means of livelihood for all citizens b) Fair distribution of wealth and material resources among all classes and to prevent concentration of wealth in a few hands c) Equal pay for equal work for men as well as women. d) To secure just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief. Gandhian Principles a) To organize village Panchayats and to endowing them with such powers and authority as may be necessary to enable them to function as units of self-government; b) To promote cottage industries on individual or co-operative basis in rural areas. c) To safeguard and promote the educational and economic interests of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes d) To bring about the prohibition and consumption of intoxicating liquor. e) To organize agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines and in particular prohibit slaughter of cows. Liberal Principles a) To secure uniform and liberal code of law for all citizens of India; b) To separate the judiciary from the executive; c) to raise the standard of nutrition and standard of living of the people; d) To protect monuments of historical and national interest; e) Equal justice and free legal aid to economically backward classes; f) participation of workers in management of organizations engaged in any industry. g) Promotion and improvement of environment and safeguarding of forests and wild. DPSPs explained as per Articles of Indian Constitution Social, Political and Economic Justice : Article 37, Article 38, Article 38(2). Principles of Policy : Article 39 Free Legal aid : Article 39-A Organization of Panchayats : Article 40 Welfare Government : Article 41 Securing just and humane work and maternity relief : Article 42 Fair wages and decent standard of life : Article 43 Worker’s participation in management : Article 43 A Promotion of Cooperatives : Article 43-B Uniform Civil Code : Article 44 Infant and Child Care : Article 45 Protection of SCs, STs, weaker sections from exploitation : Article 46 Nutrition, Standard of living and public health : Article 47 Scientific agriculture and animal husbandry Article 48 Environment and wildlife Protection Article 48A Protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance Article 49 Separation of judiciary from executive Article 50 Promotion of international peace and security Article 51 DPSPs added by Amendments of Constitution 42nd Amendment 1976 Four Directive Principles were added by 42nd amendment as follows: • To secure opportunities for healthy development of children (Article 39) • To promote equal justice and to provide free legal aid to the poor (Article 39 A) • To take steps to secure the participation of workers in the management of industries (Article 43 A) • To protect and improve the environment and to safeguard forests and wild life (Article 48 A). 44th Amendment 1978 97th amendment 2011 Comparison of Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles Following are the key comparisons of FRs and DPSPs: • While most FRs have some negative connotation i.e. they prohibit the state from doing something, the DPSP direct the state for doing something. • While FRs are enforceable in court, DPSPs are not enforceable in court. • While objective of FRs is to establish political democracy, objective of DPSPs is to establish a social and economic order. • While FRs have legal sanction, DPSPs have moral sanction rather. • While FRs are individualistic, DPSPs are collectivistic i.e. they promote the welfare of entire community. • FRs don’t need separate legislations as such because they are enforceable in court. To implement DPSPs, government needs to make separate laws.
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Safeguarding Your Network
 
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Safeguarding your network from today’s Threat Landscape. Cyber-attacks have been on the rise for the last several years. While this is certainly concerning, what’s especially frightening is that the level of sophistication involved in these attacks has been steadily advancing. Cyber threats can hit a business today through any number of avenues. That’s why companies are investing so vigorously in IT security solutions, such as next generation firewalls, to protect their vital data.
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Health Freedom Idaho
 
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Published on Jul 7, 2018 Safeguarding parental authority, individual health freedom are the key founding principles of Health Freedom Idaho. We are preserving health freedoms and protecting parental rights for the citizens of Idaho. Health Freedom Idaho is a volunteer organization that was formed by concerned citizens in response to a bevy of policy and philosophy shifts happening in our nation, and in particular, the great state of Idaho. Be a part of something big! http://www.healthfreedomidaho.org/join Mission Statement: Given our belief that each person, parent or guardian should be free to choose how to get and stay well, we are committed to promote and preserve for the people of Idaho the right to access the healing and health care treatment, information, and services of their choice which they determine are necessary for their own health and survival; protect practitioners' right to practice; develop state laws, statutes, and codes that honor our inalienable human right to self determination in all aspects of our own and our children's health; and empower the citizens of Idaho by advocating understanding of the laws and factors impacting their right to access.
Principles of Person Centred Care - BVS Training
 
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DISPATCH! Watch the first few minutes of our care training videos for FREE. Don't forget to visit http://www.bvs.co.uk to place your orders and take advantage of the FREE delivery on all online orders. This product can be found at https://www.bvs.co.uk/the-principles-of-person-centred-care.html BRAND NEW FOR 2018! Replacement for previous Principles of Person Centred Care video course. This title introduces carers to the values that underpin person-centred care and assists them to develop their understanding of how the Principles of Care should be reflected in their day-to-day practices. The course explores the values of individuality, rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, partnership and confidentiality. Subjects covered include: The 6Cs Building Relationships Well-Being Person Centred Values Individuality Rights Choice Privacy Independence Dignity Respect Partnership Care Plans Video Format: DVD or Download Duration: 42 minute video in 14 sections. To be used in a suggested 3 hour training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Question and Answer sheets, Care Certificate Workbook and a CPD accredited certificate Consultant: Jacqui Ramus CPsychol Dementia Lead at St Monica Trust & Jackie Pool, DipCOT, Approved Alzheimer´s Society Trainer Peer Review: Carolyn Meggitt, BA (Hons), SRN, SCM, NDNCert References: The Care Certificate, SCIF Standards: Care Certificate Standard 5 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 3.2 NOS: SCDHSC0024, SCDHSC0026, SCDHSC0035, SCDHSC0234, SCDHSC0332, SCDHSC0350 QCF: Unit Ref: A/601/8140, Y/601/8145
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S2  MCA 2005   The five key principles
 
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Public information about the Mental Capacity Act 2005. The five key principles
Humanitarian Code of Conduct
 
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This short animated video provides a concise overview of the Humanitarian Code of Conduct for those new to Humanitarian work. It introduces the ten principles in two parts: six Core Humanitarian Principles and four Programming Principles.
Recorded webinar: Safeguarding for parent carer forums
 
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Sue North presented this essential guide to safeguarding disabled children and vulnerable adults for parent carer forums. This webinar recording covers: • Definitions of children, vulnerable adults and types of abuse. • Key legislation relating to safeguarding. • Role of parent carer forums in relation to safeguarding. • Key components of safeguarding policies and procedures. • Building your confidence to recognise and effectively manage safeguarding concerns. • Safeguarding and confidentiality. • Handling safeguarding concerns about committee members, staff and volunteers. • Safeguarding concerns relating to service provision. • DBS checks and regulated activity. • Who to report concerns, further training and information For further information about parent carer forums please visit http://www.cafamily.org.uk/what-we-do/parent-carer-participation/
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Principles Every Salafi Should Know - Shaykh Ahmad Bāzmool
 
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Audio Link: http://sunnahpublishing.net/audio/salafiprinciples.mp3 Transcription in text format: https://www.box.com/s/75ab7364d4a123705074 The Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Ifta' on Ali-Hasan al-Halabi: http://alifta.com/Search/ResultDetails.aspx?lang=en&view=result&fatwaNum=&FatwaNumID=&ID=10882&searchScope=7&SearchScopeLevels1=&SearchScopeLevels2=&highLight=1&SearchType=exact&SearchMoesar=false&bookID=&LeftVal=0&RightVal=0&simple=&SearchCriteria=allwords&PagePath=&siteSection=1&searchkeyword=072097108097098121#firstKeyWordFound More on Halabi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=squq9PNhvRE Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan, Shaykh Abdullah al-Ghudayaan on al-Halabi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBNw759brjI Notification to the Intelligent about the Nonsensical Principles of 'Alee al-Halabee al-Miskeen: http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=9&Topic=7804 http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/tanbeehulfateen1.pdf http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/tanbeehulfateen2.pdf http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/tanbeehulfateen3.pdf http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/tanbeehulfateen4.pdf Safeguarding the Salafee from the Devilish Insinuations and Deceptions of 'Alee al-Halabee: http://www.sunnahpublishing.net/modules/Manhaj/siyaanah1.pdf
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Health and social care level 3 - principles for implementing duty of care
 
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The answers I gave for this unit of health and social care level 3. I hope it helps you.
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Safeguarding Adults: Teaching people to protect themselves
 
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See also: SCIE resources for safeguarding adults http://bit.ly/1RPAxXR
Protection in Emergencies
 
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Protection is central to all humanitarian work. This short animation gives an overview of some of the common risks and threats found in an emergency situation, and introduces four principles to ensure protecting people’s rights and dignity is considered at all stages of humanitarian projects.
Webinar: Older, safer - too much to ask? Safeguarding older people experiencing abuse
 
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Jo Silver, Director of Practice at SafeLives
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Charity Commission Inquiry into Jehovah's Witnesses Child Safeguarding Policy   Legal Victory
 
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Video is property of +Reaching Out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAwRwSk7ZAg THIS VIDEO WAS ORIGINALLY UPLOADED BY OTHER EX-WITNESSES OR ACTIVISTS. I AM UPLOADING THEM AGAIN SOLELY FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES; TO DOCUMENT THEM, AND GATHER THEM ALL INTO ONE PLACE, CREATING A LIBRARY OF SOURCES! I DO THIS FOR SEVERAL REASONS: To increase their exposure, to emphasize support for those who are all making a valid contribution, to make these videos easily accessible to future investigations, such as the one currently taking place in the United Kingdom, conducted by the Charity Commission. The senior investigator of that commission was not aware of the extent of activity among ex-witnesses; he was actually taken aback when I described to him how extensive that activity is on sites like Facebook, Youtube, etc. For such investigations, they need to gather a great deal of supporting evidence, and the easier it is for the investigators to track this down, the more successful will be the outcome. Creating an extensive library of all activists contributions, online and offline, may well be of some use in the future I have tagged the videos, referencing the youtube accounts I downloaded these videos from, to make it clear that these videos are not my work, ensuring the credit goes to the right youtube contributors. This is not about stealing anyone’s thunder! My goal is primarily about creating a library of all sources, and preserving all contributions. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video contains copyrighted materiel, the use of which has not always specifically been authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in an effort to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material in this video is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.