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General Duty Assistant-Assessment Criteria

Author:Asha|July 19th, 2019

Annexure: Assessment Criteria

 Assessment Criteria for General Duty Assistant
Job Role General Duty Assistant
Qualification Pack Code HSS/Q5101, version 1.0
Sector Skill Council Healthcare Sector Skill Council

 

Sr.No. Guidelines for Assessment
1 Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC
2 The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC
3 Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)
4 Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criteria
5 To pass the Qualification Pack, every trainee should score as per assessment grid.
6 In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent assessment on the balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack

 

Skills Practical and Viva (80% weightage)
Marks Allotted
Grand Total-1 (Subject Domain) 400
Grand Total-2 (Soft Skills and communication) 100
Grand Total-(Skills Practical and Viva) 500
Passing Marks (70% of Max. Marks) 350
Theory (20% weightage)
Grand Total-1 (Subject Domain) 80
Grand Total-2 (Soft Skills and Communication) 20
Grand Total-(Theory) 100
Passing Marks (50% of Max. Marks) 50
Grand Total-(Skills Practical and Viva + Theory) 600
Overall Result  Criteria is to pass in both theory and practical individually. If fail in any one of them, then candidate is fail
Detailed Break Up of Marks Skills Practical & Viva
Subject Domain Pick any 2 NOS each of 200 marks
totaling 400

 

National Occupational Standard (NOS) Performance Criteria (PC) Total
Marks
(400)
Marks Allocation
Out
Of
Viva Skills
Practical
1. HSS/ N5101 (Assist nurse in bathing the patient) PC1.Maintain the patient privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 200 10 0 10
PC2.Identify the type of bath that is best suited as per the guidelines, based on the patient condition and comfort 50 10 40
PC3.Check water temperature before patient checks in 10 2 8
PC4.Follow standards precautions when performing perennial care or when bathing a patient with skin lesion and rashes 50 10 40
PC5. Dry patient skin by patting with a towel which decreases friction and prevents skin breakdown 4 0 4
PC6. Never leave a patient unattended in bath room 4 2 2
PC7. Wash from cleanest to dirtiest 10 2 8
PC8. Observe and report unusual findings to the nurse 20 2 18
PC9. Offer patient back rub after bathing and at bed time to stimulate circulation and relieve stress 10 10 0
PC10. Apply lotion to dry skin if requested 2 2 0
PC11. Clean tub shower chair before and after each use 20 10 10
PC12. Always check each patients skin after bathing 10 10 0
Total 200 60 140
2. HSS/ N5102 (Assist nurse in grooming the patient) PC1. Maintain the patient’s privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 200 10 0 10
PC2. Show patient how they look after the grooming task is finished 20 0 20
PC3. Use standard precautions and protocols for shaving and cutting nails 50 10 40
PC4. Perform duties gently to avoid injuries especially during shaving, brushing and hair styling 50 10 40
PC5. Rinse toothpaste thoroughly from the mouth after brushing 40 5 35
PC6. Store dentures in cool water with patients name to avoid confusion 30 5 25
Total 200 30 170
3.HSS/ N5103 (Assist patient in
dressing)
PC1. Maintain the patient privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 200 40 10 30
PC2. Fasten the clothing with elastic fasteners and ensure that the footwear fits correctly 160 20 140
Total 200 30 170
4. HSS/ N5104 (Support individual s to eat and drink PC1. Make the patient comfortable and encourage eating as recommended 200 5 0 5
PC2. Check menu card to verify the diet, restrictions, likes and dislikes of the patient 30 5 25
PC3. Feed through spoon 5 2 3
PC4. Assist in elimination and oral care prior to feeding 30 5 25
PC5. Wash hands and mouth after feeding 30 5 25
PC6. Measure input and record them 30 5 25
PC7. During feeding observe and ensure that:

  1. Elimination process is completed before feeding
  2. Oral care and grooming is performed before feeding
  3. The patient is comfortable when being fed
  4. The food provided is according to the dietary prescription of the prescribing physician or dietician
10 12 28
PC8. Patient is not having symptoms of distress like coughing and regurgitation 30 6 24
Total 200 40 160
5. HSS/ N 5105 (Assist patient in maintaining normal elimination) PC1. Promptly respond to patients elimination needs 200 4 0 4
PC2. Assist a mobile patient in moving to the toilet and  provide support like giving toilet paper if required or stabilise the commode 50 10 40
PC3. Wipe the patient and wash hands to prevent infection 50 10 40
PC4. Use equipment correctly to prevent discomfort or injury 50 10 40
PC5. Ensure/Maintain patients privacy at all times during the procedure 6 0 6
PC6. Record changes in colour or texture of the elimination and report usual findings immediately 40 5 35
Total 200 35 165
6. HSS/ N5106 (Transferring patient within the hospital) PC1. Use the equipment for transferring the patients correctly to avoid falls or injuries 200 10 2 8
PC2. Ensure that the correct patient is being moved or wheeled out 10 2 8
PC3. Understand patient’s condition and estimate if additional help is required 30 5 25
PC4. Transport the patient without causing trauma or injury 60 20 40
PC5. Use proper body mechanics for transferring the patient 60 20 40
PC6. Focus on safety first and ensure that the patient is comfortable 30 5 25
Total 200 54 146
7.HSS/ N5108 (Prevent and control infection) PC1. Know all procedures required for infection control 200 30 30 0
PC2. Follow standard precautions 50 10 40
PC3. Be aware of rules to dispose of biomedical waste and sharps 50 20 30
PC4. Follow high level of personal hygiene 20 2 18
PC5. Practice medical asepsis 20 2 18
PC6. Follow infection control procedures and should ensure that: oAll standard precautions and procedures are followed o Protective gears are used while getting in contact with the patient  oConsider all blood, body fluids and excreta contaminated 30 6 24
Total 200 70 130
8. HSS/ N5109 (Assist nurse in performing  procedures as instructed in the care plan) PC1. Perform key procedures like inducing enema, prepare patient for being moved to the operation theatre 200 120 20 100
PC2. Operate the equipment used to perform the procedure 80 20 60
Total 200 40 160
9. HSS/ N5110 (Assist  nurse in observing and reporting changes in patient condition) PC1. Observe colour changes like bluish or yellowish discoloration of the skin 200 50 20 30
PC2. Observe changes in odour or consistency of urine and stools 50 20 30
PC3. Communicate the observations in an appropriate language and construct 50 20 30
PC4. Differentiate between immediate and routine reporting requirements 50 20 30
Total 200 80 120
10. HSS/ N5113 (Clean medical equipment under supervision of nurse) PC1. Handle equipment safely or seek the help of nurse 200 40 10 30
PC2. Use appropriate protective clothing and equipment when cleaning equipment 40 10 30
PC3. Clean and maintain equipment according to manufacturer’s instructions, any legal requirements and work setting procedures 40 10 30
PC4. Report to appropriate people/nurse about the equipment that are unsuitable for use 40 10 30
PC5. Dispose of any waste safely and according to legal requirements and organisation protocol 40 10 30
Total 200 50 150
11. HSS/ N5111 (Assist nurse in measuring patient parameters accurately) PC1. Assist nurse in calibrating the scales and following manufacturer’s guidelines 200 30 5 25
PC2. Use different types of scales including manual, digital, standard, chair and bed scales 60 20 40
PC3. Ensure that patient is comfortable and positioned correctly 60 20 40
PC4. Ensure patient safety to prevent a fall or an injury 50 10 40
Total 200 75 125
12. HSS/ N  5114(Transport patient samples, drugs, patient documents and manage  changing and transporting laundry/ linen on the floor) PC1. Perform effective hand hygiene and use personal protective equipment in accordance with the local and national policy/procedures 200 50 10 40
PC2. Ensure linen receptacles that have not been filled or secured correctly in line with local policy are not collected or transported 20 10 10
PC3. Ensure that trolleys or vehicles are cleaned, with or without disinfection, and check that they are in good working order before use, isolating and reporting any that are not 20 10 10
PC4. Collect and transport clean linen avoiding cross contamination with used linen and use a trolley or vehicle specifically designated for the delivery of clean linen 50 10 40
PC5. Hand over the patient documents and drugs to the concerned person 30 5 25
PC6. Ensure that all documents and drugs are handed over carefully 30 5 25
Total 200 50 150
13. HSS/ N5115 [Carry out last office (Death  care)] PC1. Remove jewellery and any personal items, unless requested or advised otherwise. Ensure that appropriate records are made of any personal items left on the body or otherwise. 200 20 20 0
PC2. Attend to hygiene needs, paying particular attention to hair, nail care and oral hygiene 20 3 17
PC3. Attempt to close the eyes, using a small piece of clinical tape if required 10 2 8
PC4. Attach identification labels/wrist bands according to local guidelines and organisational policy 30 10 20
PC5. Dress the patient in a gown/shroud or own clothes, as required 30 0 30
PC6. Place an incontinence pad underneath to contain any soiling 30 0 30
PC7. Place the body in the bag as per instructions, post completing any necessary documentation by nurse/physician 30 10 20
PC8. If a body bag is not to be used, enclose the body in a sheet, securing it with adhesive tape 30 10 20
Total 200 55 145
Grand Total-1 (Subject Domain) 400
Soft Skills and Communication
Pick one field from part 1randomly
and pick one field from part 2 as per NOS of subject domain picked each carrying 50 marks totalling 100
Part 1 (Pick one field randomly carrying 50 marks)
1. Communication & Proactiveness
HSS/ N 5107 (Communicating appropriately with co-workers)






PC1. Be a good listener 25

3 0 3
PC2. Speak clearly and slowly in a gentle tone 3 0 3
PC3. Use the correct combination of verbal and nonverbal communication 3 0 3
PC4. Use language familiar to the listener 3 0 3
PC5. Give facts and avoid opinions unless asked for 3 0 3
PC6. Structure brief and logical messages 10 3 7
Total 25 3 22
HSS/ N 5112 (Respond to patient’s call) PC1. Promptly respond to call bell 25

5 2 3
PC2. Communicate the medical needs to the nurse station without delay 8 3 5
PC3. Courteously and sensitively meet patient needs 2 0 2
PC4. Ensure that the patient is at ease or comfortable 2 0 2
PC5. Quickly scan the patients surrounding and take appropriate action 8 4 4
Total 25 9 16
Communication & Proactiveness Total 50 50 12 38
2. Attitude
HSS/ N 9603 (Act within the limits of one’s competence and authority) PC1. Adhere to legislation, protocols and guidelines relevant to one’s role and field of practice 30








2 0 2
PC2. Work within organisational systems and requirements as appropriate to one’s role 2 0 2
PC3. Recognise the boundary of one’s role and responsibility and seek supervision when situations are beyond one’s competence and authority 8 4 4
PC4. Maintain competence within one’s role and field of practice 2 0 2
PC5. Use relevant research based protocols and guidelines as evidence to inform one’s practice 4 2 2
PC6. Promote and demonstrate good practice as an individual and as a team member at all times 4 2 2
PC7. Identify and manage potential and actual risks to the quality and safety of practice 4 2 2
PC8. Evaluate and reflect on the quality of one’s work and make continuing improvement 4 2 2
Total 30 12 18
HSS/ N 9607 (Practice Code of conduct while performing duties) PC1. Adhere to protocols and guidelines relevant to the role and field of practice 20

3 1 2
PC2. Work within organisational systems and requirements as appropriate to the role 3 1 2
PC3. Recognise the boundary of the role and responsibility and seek supervision when situations are beyond the competence and authority 3 1 2
PC4. Maintain competence within the role and field of practice 1 0 1
PC5. Use protocols and guidelines relevant to the field of practice 4 2 2
PC6. Promote and demonstrate good practice as an individual and as a team member at all times 1 0 1
PC7. Identify and manage potential and actual risks to the quality and patient safety 1 0 1
PC8. Maintain personal hygiene and contribute actively to the healthcare ecosystem 4 2 2
Total 20 7 13
Attitude Total 50 50 19 31
3. Attiquete
HSS/ N 9605 (Manage work to meet requirements) PC1. Clearly establish, agree, and record the work requirements 25

10 5 5
PC2. Utilise time effectively 3 0 3
PC3. Ensure his/her work meets the agreed requirements 3 0 3
PC4. Treat confidential information correctly 3 3 0
PC5. Work in line with the organisation’s procedures and policies and within the limits of his/her job role 6 3 3
Total 25 11 14
HSS/ N 5107 (Communicating appropriately
with co-workers)
PC1. Be a good listener 25

3 0 3
PC2. Speak clearly and slowly in a gentle tone 3 0 3
PC3. Use the correct combination of verbal and nonverbal communication 3 0 3
PC4. Use language familiar to the listener 3 0 3
PC5. Give facts and avoid opinions unless asked for 3 0 3
PC6. Structure brief and logical messages 10 3 7
Total 25 3 22
Attiquete Total 50 50 14 36
Part 2 (Pick one field as per NOS marked carrying 50 marks)
1. Team Work (Evaluate with NOS: HSS/N/5109, 5110, 5113)
HSS/ N 9604 (Work effectively with others) PC1. Communicate with other people clearly and effectively 50

3 0 3
PC2. Integrate one’s work with other people’s work effectively 3 0 3
PC3. Pass on essential information to other people on timely basis 3 0 3
PC4. Work in a way that shows respect for other people 3 0 3
PC5. Carry out any commitments made to other people 6 6 0
PC6. Reason out the failure to fulfil commitment 6 6 0
PC7. Identify any problems with team members and other people and take the initiative to solve these problems 16 8 8
PC8. Follow the organisation’s policies and procedures 10 4 6
Total 50 24 26
2. Safety management (Evaluate with NOS: HSS/N/5101, 5102, 5103, 5104, 5106, 5111)
HSS/ N 9606 (Maintain a safe, healthy, and secure working environment) PC1. Identify individual responsibilities in relation to maintaining workplace health safety and security requirements 50

6 2 4
PC2. Comply with health, safety and security procedures for the workplace 4 0 4
PC3. Report any identified breaches in health, safety, and security procedures to the designated person 4 3 1
PC4. Identify potential hazards and breaches of safe work practices 6 4 2
PC5. Correct any hazards that individual can deal with safely, competently and within the limits of authority 6 4 2
PC6. Promptly and accurately report the hazards that individual is not allowed to deal with, to the relevant person and warn other people who may get affected 6 4 2
PC7. Follow the organisation’s emergency procedures promptly, calmly, and efficiently 6 2 4
PC8. Identify and recommend opportunities for improving health, safety, and security to the designated person 6 4 2
PC9. Complete any health and safety records legibly and accurately 6 2 4
Total 50 25 25
3. Waste Management (Evaluate with NOS: HSS/N/5105, 5108, 5114, 5115)
HSS/ N 9609 (Follow biomedical waste disposal protocols) PC1. Follow the appropriate procedures, policies and protocols for the method of collection and containment level according to the waste type 50

6 2 4
PC2. Apply appropriate health and safety measures  and standard precautions for infection prevention and control and personal protective equipment relevant to the type and category of waste 8 4 4
PC3. Segregate the waste material from work areas in line with current legislation and organisational requirements 4 0 4
PC4. Segregation should happen at source with proper containment, by using different colour coded bins for different categories of waste 8 4 4
PC5. Check the accuracy of the labelling that identifies the type and content of waste 4 2 2
PC6. Confirm suitability of containers for any required course of action appropriate to the type of waste disposal 4 4 0
PC7. Check the waste has undergone the required processes to make it safe for transport and disposal 4 4 0
PC8. Transport the waste to the disposal site, taking into consideration its associated risks 4 4 0
PC9. Report and deal with spillages and contamination in accordance with current
legislation and procedures
4 4 0
PC10. Maintain full, accurate and legible records of information and store in correct location in line with current legislation, guidelines, local policies and protocols 4 4 0
Total 50 32 18
Grand Total-2 (Soft Skills and Communication) 100

 

Detailed Break Up of Marks

National Occupational Standards (NOS) Performance Criteria (PC) Weightage
1. HSS/ N 5101 (Assist nurse in bathing thepatient) PC1.Maintain the patient privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 6
PC2.Identify the type of bath that is best suited as per the guidelines, based on the patient condition and comfort
PC3.Check water temperature before patient checks in
PC4.Follow standards precautions when performing perennial care or
when bathing a patient with skin lesion and rashes
PC5. Dry patient skin by patting with a towel which decreases friction and prevents skin breakdown
PC6. Never leave a patient unattended in bath room
PC7. Wash from cleanest to dirtiest
PC8. Observe and report unusual findings to the nurse
PC9. Offer patient back rub after bathing and at bed time to stimulate circulation and relieve stress
PC10. Apply lotion to dry skin if requested
PC11. Clean tub shower chair before and after each use
PC12. Always check each patients skin after bathing
2. HSS/ N 5102 (Assist nurse in grooming the patient) PC1. Maintain the patient’s privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 6
PC2. Show patient how they look after the grooming task is finished
PC3. Use standard precautions and protocols for shaving and cutting nails
PC4. Perform duties gently to avoid injuries especially during shaving, brushing and hair styling
PC5. Rinse toothpaste thoroughly from the mouth after brushing
PC6. Store dentures in cool water with patients name to avoid confusion
3.HSS/ N 5103 (Assist patient in dressing) PC1. Maintain the patient privacy and encourage patient do as much as possible to promote independence 6
PC2. Fasten the clothing with elastic fasteners and ensure that the footwear fits correctly
4. HSS/ N 5104 (Support individuals to eat and drinks) PC1. Make the patient comfortable and encourage eating as recommended 6
PC2. Check menu card to verify the diet, restrictions, likes and dislikes of the patient
PC3. Feed through spoon
PC4. Assist in elimination and oral care prior to feeding
PC5. Wash hands and mouth after feeding
PC6. Measure input and record them
PC7. During feeding observe and ensure that: a)Elimination process is completed before feeding b)Oral care and grooming is performed before feeding c)The patient is comfortable when being fed d) The food provided is according to the dietary prescription of the
prescribing physician or dietician
PC8. Patient is not having symptoms of distress like coughing and regurgitation
5. HSS/ N 5105 (Assist patient in maintaining normal elimination) PC1. Promptly respond to patients elimination needs 6
PC2. Assist a mobile patient in moving to the toilet and provide support like giving toilet paper if required or stabilise the commode
PC3. Wipe the patient and wash hands to prevent infection
PC4. Use equipment correctly to prevent discomfort or injury
PC5. Ensure/Maintain patients privacy at all times during the procedure
PC6. Record changes in colour or texture of the elimination and report usual findings immediately
6. HSS/ N 5106 (Transferring patient within the hospital) PC1. Use the equipment for transferring the patients correctly to avoid falls or injuries 6
PC2. Ensure that the correct patient is being moved or wheeled out
PC3. Understand patient’s condition and estimate if additional help is required
PC4. Transport the patient without causing trauma or injury
PC5. Use proper body mechanics for transferring the patient
PC6. Focus on safety first and ensure that the patient is comfortable
7.HSS/ N 5108 (Prevent and control infection) PC1. Know all procedures required for infection control 8
PC2. Follow standard precautions
PC3. Be aware of rules to dispose of biomedical waste and sharps
PC4. Follow high level of personal hygiene
PC5. Practice medical asepsis
PC6. Follow infection control procedures and should ensure that: a)All standard precautions and procedures are followed b)Protective gears are used while getting in contact with the patient c)Consider all blood, body fluids and excreta contaminated
 8. HSS/ N 5109 (Assist nurse in performing procedures as instructed in the care plan) PC1. Perform key procedures like inducing enema, prepare patient for being moved to the operation theatre 6
PC2. Operate the equipment used to perform the procedure
9. HSS/ N 5110 (Assist nurse in observing and reporting changes in patient condition) PC1. Observe colour changes like bluish or yellowish discoloration of the skin 6
PC2. Observe changes in odour or consistency of urine and stools
PC3. Communicate the observations in an appropriate language and construct
PC4. Differentiate between immediate and routine reporting requirements
10. HSS/ N 5113 (Clean medical equipment under supervision of nurse) PC1. Handle equipment safely or seek the help of nurse 6
PC2. Use appropriate protective clothing and equipment when cleaning equipment
PC3. Clean and maintain equipment according to manufacturer’s instructions, any legal requirements and work setting procedures
PC4. Report to appropriate people/nurse about the equipment that are unsuitable for use
PC5. Dispose of any waste safely and according to legal requirements and organisation protocol
11. HSS/ N 5111 (Assist nurse in measuring patient parameters accurately) PC1. Assist nurse in calibrating the scales and following manufacturer’s guidelines 6
PC2. Use different types of scales including manual, digital, standard, chair and bed scales
PC3. Ensure that patient is comfortable and positioned correctly
PC4. Ensure patient safety to prevent a fall or an injury
12. HSS/ N 5114 (Transport patient samples, drugs, patient documents and manage changing and transporting laundry/ linen on the floor) PC1. Perform effective hand hygiene and use personal protective equipment in accordance with the local and national policy/procedures 6
PC2. Ensure linen receptacles that have not been filled or secured correctly in line with local policy are not collected or transported
PC3. Ensure that trolleys or vehicles are cleaned, with or without disinfection, and check that they are in good working order before use, isolating and reporting any that are not
PC4. Collect and transport clean linen avoiding cross contamination with used linen and use a trolley or vehicle specifically designated for the delivery of clean linen
PC5. Hand over the patient documents and drugs to the concerned person
PC6. Ensure that all documents and drugs are handed over carefully
13. HSS/ N 5115 [Carry out last office (Death care)] PC1. Remove jewellery and any personal items, unless requested or advised otherwise. Ensure that appropriate records are made of any personal items left on the body or otherwise 6
PC2. Attend to hygiene needs, paying particular attention to hair, nail care and oral hygiene
PC3. Attempt to close the eyes, using a small piece of clinical tape if required
PC4. Attach identification labels/wrist bands according to local guidelines and organisational policy
PC5. Dress the patient in a gown/shroud or own clothes, as required
PC6. Place an incontinence pad underneath to contain any soiling
PC7. Place the body in the bag as per instructions, post completing any necessary documentation by nurse/physician
PC8. If a body bag is not to be used, enclose the body in a sheet, securing it with adhesive tape
Grand Total-1 (Subject Domain) 80
Soft Skills and Communication
1.HSS/ N 5107 (Communicating appropriately with co-workers) PC1. Be a good listener 4
PC2. Speak clearly and slowly in a gentle tone
PC3. Use the correct combination of verbal and non-verbal communication
PC4. Use language familiar to the listener
PC5. Give facts and avoid opinions unless asked for
PC6. Structure brief and logical messages
2. HSS/ N 5112 (Respond to patient’s call) PC1. Promptly respond to call bell 2
PC2. Communicate the medical needs to the nurse station without delay
PC3. Courteously and sensitively meet patient needs
PC4. Ensure that the patient is at ease or comfortable
PC5. Quickly scan the patients surrounding and take appropriate action
3. HSS/ N 9603 (Act within the limits of one’s competence and authority) PC1. Adhere to legislation, protocols and guidelines relevant to one’s role and field of practice 2
PC2. Work within organisational systems and requirements as appropriate to one’s role
PC3. Recognise the boundary of one’s role and responsibility and seek supervision when situations are beyond one’s competence and authority
PC4. Maintain competence within one’s role and field of practice
PC5. Use relevant research based protocols and guidelines as evidence to inform one’s practice
PC6. Promote and demonstrate good practice as an individual and as a team member at all times
PC7. Identify and manage potential and actual risks to the quality and safety of practice
PC8. Evaluate and reflect on the quality of one’s work and make continuing improvements
4. HSS/ N 9604 (Work effectively with others) PC1. Communicate with other people clearly and effectively 2
PC2. Integrate one’s work with other people’s work effectively
PC3. Pass on essential information to other people on timely basis
PC4. Work in a way that shows respect for other people
PC5. Carry out any commitments made to other people
PC6. Reason out the failure to fulfil commitment
PC7. Identify any problems with team members and other people and take the initiative to solve these problems
PC8. Follow the organisation’s policies and procedures
5. HSS/ N 9605Manage work to meet requirements) PC1. Clearly establish, agree, and record the work requirements 2
PC2. Utilise time effectively
PC3. Ensure his/her work meets the agreed requirements
PC4. Treat confidential information correctly
PC5. Work in line with the organisation’s procedures and policies and within the limits of his/her job role
6. HSS/ N 9606 (Maintain a safe, healthy, and secure working environment) PC1. Identify individual responsibilities in relation to maintaining workplace health safety and security requirements 2
PC2. Comply with health, safety and security procedures for the workplace
PC3. Report any identified breaches in health, safety, and security procedures to the designated person
PC4. Identify potential hazards and breaches of safe work practices
PC5. Correct any hazards that individual can deal with safely, competently and within the limits of authority
PC6. Promptly and accurately report the hazards that individual is not allowed to deal with, to the relevant person and warn other people who may get affected
PC7. Follow the organisation’s emergency procedures promptly, calmly, and efficiently
PC8. Identify and recommend opportunities for improving health, safety, and security to the designated person
PC9. Complete any health and safety records legibly and accurately
7. HSS/ N 9607 (Practice Code of conduct while performing duties) PC1. Adhere to protocols and guidelines relevant to the role and field of practice 2
PC2. Work within organisational systems and requirements as appropriate to the role
PC3. Recognise the boundary of the role and responsibility and seek supervision when situations are beyond the competence and authority
PC4. Maintain competence within the role and field of practice
PC5. Use protocols and guidelines relevant to the field of practice
PC6. Promote and demonstrate good practice as an individual and as a team member at all times
PC7. Identify and manage potential and actual risks to the quality and patient safety
PC8. Maintain personal hygiene and contribute actively to the healthcare ecosystem
8. HSS/ N 9609 (Follow biomedical waste disposal protocols) PC1. Follow the appropriate procedures, policies and protocols for the method of collection and containment level according to the waste type 4
PC2. Apply appropriate health and safety measures and standard precautions for infection prevention and control and personal protective equipment relevant to the type and category of waste
PC3. Segregate the waste material from work areas in line with current legislation and organisational requirements
PC4. Segregation should happen at source with proper containment, by using different colour coded bins for different categories of waste
PC5. Check the accuracy of the labelling that identifies the type and content of waste
PC6. Confirm suitability of containers for any required course of action appropriate to the type of waste disposal
PC7. Check the waste has undergone the required processes to make it safe for transport and disposal
PC8. Transport the waste to the disposal site, taking into consideration its associated risks
PC9. Report and deal with spillages and contamination in accordance with current legislation and procedures
PC10. Maintain full, accurate and legible records of information and store in correct location in line with current legislation, guidelines, local policies and protocols
Grand Total-2 (Soft Skills and Communication) 20

 

 

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