alexa Code of Practice for the use of physical interventions. A guide for trainers and commissioners of training.
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General Science

Journal of Ergonomics

Author(s): BRITISH INSTITUTE OF LEARNING

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Around half of all people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour are subject to physical interventions. High quality training, to increase staff skills and confidence and reduce injuries among staff and people who use services, is therefore critical. The BILD Code of Practice provides guidance for trainers and commissioners of training who support adults and children with: a learning disability; an autistic spectrum condition; special educational needs; and behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. An important reference document since its first publication in 2001, the Code is based on consultation with the Department of Health, the Department for Education and Employment, the Health and Safety Executive and trainers. It has been revised and updated to take account of developments in the field of behaviour management and includes guidance on: policies, best interest criteria, techniques for physical intervention, and health and safety, and professional conduct

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This article was published in BILD publications Kidderminster and referenced in Journal of Ergonomics

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