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Choice lifestyle & Responsibility. Service user involvement and policy development. Responsibility contracts. Risk assessment & management Policy - RAMP. Establish what areas of care delivery / items that have the potential to increase risk.

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Choice lifestyle responsibility

Choice lifestyle & Responsibility

Service user involvement and policy development

Responsibility contracts


Risk assessment management policy ramp

Risk assessment & management Policy - RAMP

  • Establish what areas of care delivery / items that have the potential to increase risk.

  • Principal; Procedural security managed in the most normal / least restrictive way possible.

  • Individualised additional risk management


Responsibility contracts
Responsibility contracts

  • Not punitive - informative

  • Where risks are relevant to others on the ward.

  • Service user identified responsibilities

    • What I need to do !

    • What the staff have to do !

    • What will happen if it doesn’t happen


6 responsibility contracts
6 - Responsibility contracts

  • Mobile phones

  • Room (key) access

  • Ceramic cup

  • Pornography

  • Computer / Laptop

  • Lighter access


  • Principals – Risk managed items

  • Jointly establish what the risks are pertaining to that item / care issue.

  • Jointly establish the least restrictive (normal) procedural security measures for that item –relevant to that ward.

  • Establish additional interventions for individuals where the normal procedures might not be sufficient.


Principals responsibility contracts
Principals – Responsibility contracts

  • Clearly identify;

    • Staffs responsibility

      • Procedural security procedures

    • Service user individual responsibility

      • What has to be done

      • When it should be done

    • Consequences of not doing it

      • Not punitive

      • Review of contract

      • Learning from mistakes


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