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Care Inspectorate (CI) Compliance in Scotland

Over 130 comprehensive Policies and Procedures for Scottish Care at Home based Services that will assist you in achieving Registration and / or Compliance with the CI care standards and regulations Scotland.

The standards and outcomes set out in the Standards are published in exercise of the Scottish Ministers’ powers under section 50 of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 and section 10H of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978. They do not replace previous standards and outcomes relating to healthcare that have already been produced under section 10H of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978 but they will replace the National Care Standards, published in 2002 under section 5 of the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001.

Ensure your Policies and Procedures are up to date

W&P’s Scottish policies and procedures were released in January 2018 and are updated EVERY 4 MONTHS

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Key Features of our Scottish Policies

  • Policies reviewed every 4 months, updates where required and evidenced for care and social services inspectorate Scotland compliance
  • Perfect for small to medium sized businesses but equally effective in larger corporations.
  • Quick and simple to use.
  • Easy to follow manager’s notes detailing how to personalise and adapt the policies.
  • Provided in MS word format, making them accessible, easy to review and update each year.
  • Updates are emailed directly to you as legislation or guidance changes.
  • Available to purchase as a complete set or individually
  • No mandatory subscription payment required on purchase.

The Scottish Care at Home Policies & Procedures Set Includes:

Access to Records and Files
Accessible Information and Communication
Accessible Information and Communication Statement
Accidents and Emergencies
Accident and incident Reporting (RIDDOR)
Adult Support and Protection
Adults with Incapacity
Alcohol and Drugs
Anticipatory and Advance Care Planning
Assessment of Need and Eligibility
Assistive Technology
Autonomy and Independence
Bariatric Care
Basic Life Support
Bribery and Corruption
Bullying and Harassment
Business Contingency and Emergency Planning
Care and Support Planning
CCTV- Code of Practice
Challenging Behaviour, Violence and Aggression
Child Protection and Safeguarding in an Adult Setting
Code of Practice for Workers
Collection of Prescriptions
Compliments (Listening and Learning)
Continuity of Care or Support Workers
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
Co-operating with other Providers
Corporate Social Responsibility
Data Protection
Death of a Service User
Dementia Care
Dignity and Respect
Disclosure Scotland
Disclosure Scotland (Referral)
Display Screen Equipment
Dress Code
Duty of Candour

Environmental Management
Equality and Diversity
Equal Opportunities
Falls Prevention
Female Genital Mutilation
Financial Irregularities
Financial Procedures
Fire Safety
First Aid
Food Hygiene
Freedom of Information
Gifts and Legacies
Good Governance
Grievance (Staff)
Handling of Money – Service Users
Handling of Money – Service Users with Incapacity
Health and Safety
Hot Water and Surfaces
Ill Treatment, Wilful Neglect
Infection Control
Information Security
Information Sharing Guidance
Internet and Email
Job Description and Person Specification
Lone Working
Media and Public Relations
Medical Devices
Meeting Needs
Missed Visits
Missing Persons
Mobile Phone Use
Modern Slavery
Monitoring and Accountability
Moving and Handling
MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)
Nurse Revalidation
Nutritional and Hydration Needs

Oral Health
Out of Hours and Emergency on Call Cover
Overseas Workers
Oxygen Therapy
Palliative and End of Life Care
Person Centred Planning
Personal Safety
Personal Shopping
Position of Trust
Positive Behavioural Support
Premises – Access to Office
Premises and Resources
Prevention of Pressure Ulcer
Professional Boundaries
Promoting Continence
Protective Clothing and Equipment
Quality Assurance
Range of Services and the Limits to Responsibility
Record Keeping
Recruitment and Selection
Recruitment of Volunteers
Redundancy and Redeployment
Relatives, Friends and Carers
Religion and Belief
Responsive Services
Risk Assessment
Self-Directed Support
Sensory Impairment
Sepsis Awareness
Service User’s Home Security
Service User’s Records (Home)
Social Inclusion
Social Media and Networking
Staff General and Welfare Facilities
Stress Management
Training, Development and Qualifications
Young People and Employment Policy

Care at Home Policies and Procedures – Full Set

A full set of care at home policies and procedures for Scotland.