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Minimising Risk and Infection Control

16 Apr 2020

Providing a catering service for people recovering from illness there are many safeguarding factors that may pose a risk to the individual or more widely within your setting. There are many robust systems, based on common practice and protocols that can be used across a variety of situations that can be used to minimise risk. If you are needing to minimise risk and control infection there are an number of things to consider.

Take a look at our VideoCast on minimising risk and infection control and get valuable insights from our expert panel who deal with this in their day-to-day lives.

Minimising Risk and Infection Control VideoCast covers:

  • Basic infection control systems
  • Minimising risk in dysphagia
  • Understanding factors that cause greater risk
  • Where to go for advice

There are also clinical and practical insights that will help you understand how you can set up to support people in the best possible way.

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Further Support:

For further information on the topics discussed in this VideoCast:

The Care Quality Commission

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

The Association of UK Dietitians

To return to our VideoCast series click HERE.