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11. RAR - Regulation 14: Meeting nutritional and hydration needs

These are the resources you may find useful when looking for information relating to this specific outcome as described in the Guidance about compliance, Essential standards of quality and safety (England).


    Publications Catalogue and Order Form

    Front page of document

    Our updated Publications Catalogue and Order Form include details of our main publications, including our "Train the Trainer" resources. UKHCA members receive substantial discounts on our publications. The products in this publication can also be purchased online but, if you prefer, please download the PDF (link below), save it to your PC, edit it on your PC and then save and email it back to us.

    Go to: Publications Catalogue and Order Form


    Risk Assessment Template

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    Available to UKHCA members only. Information on how to join UKHCA.

    Members may find the following template of assistance. The template has been used at our risk assessment workshops and is a way of assessing hazards, impact and countermeasures that might ameliorate the risk.

    Go to: Risk Assessment Template


    External Links

    Below are external links to organisations that have already produced useful information relating to this regulatory topic.


    Department of Health

    Official website of UK Department of Health, the government department responsible for public health issues.

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    Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

    The HSE are an independent regulator that act in the public interest to reduce work-related death and serious injury across Great Britain’s workplaces.

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    Skills for Care

    Working in consultation with carers, employers and service users, Skills for Care aims to modernise adult social care in England, by setting out the qualifications and standards for care work and contributing to training costs.

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