Provider Rule Training. Effective 7/1/07 . 2007 Trends. Neglect Not following Supervision Plan Left Alone at Home Sleeping Left in Vehicle Physical Abuse Punched Slapped Pushed Grabbed Sexual Abuse Peer – Sexual Contact about 65% of the time. Misappropriation
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(M)(1) Each agency provider shall develop and implement a policy/procedure that:
(a) Identifies what is to be reported as a UI
(b) Requires anyone who becomes aware of a UI to report to the person designated by the provider who can initiate proper action
(c) Requires written report no later than 24 hours after the incident occurred
(d) Requires appropriate actions be taken to protect the health/safety of any at-risk individual.
as provider report to County Board MUI or IA Section
Examples: Hitting, slapping, pushing, dragging or throwing an object when the allegation indicates that it could reasonably result in harm
Unlawful or improper act Using
individual Individual’s resources
for personal benefit, profit, or gain
Individual is: charged (C)
Emergency medical intervention
required to save one’s life includes
Heimlich Maneuver, CPR, and IV
for dehydration, etc.
Includes but not limited to:
Peer-to-peer that are not MUIs
Injury that is not an MUI
Refusal to take medsUnusual Incident
person designated by the county board on the same day as discovery
board as a provider
board as a provider
identified and addressed
MUI Rule training is required for all
county, state, and provider personnel.
Who: All agency providers and county
When: Prior to unsupervised contact
and no later than 30 calendar days
after employment and annually
thereafter (calendar year). Includes
review of health/safety Alerts issued
since the last training.