Anaphylaxis Workbook 2SEP17

Being Prepared – Planning

State/territory regulatory requirements for anaphylaxis management relevant to workplace contexts. Reporting. First aid kits and facilities.

ARC and ASCIA guidelines for treatment incl.: individual ASCIA anaphylaxis action and management plans, roles and

Prevention and minimisation strategies specific to the workplace environment – risk assessment, providing safety, environmental hazard identification etc.

responsibilities, common hazards, triggers, signs and symptoms etc.

REGULATIONS & LEGISLATION

FIRST AID PRINCIPLES

RISK MANAGEMENT

Including reporting incidents, reporting hazards and risks, and evaluating.

Procedures – for distribution of information to all stakeholders, e.g. staff, medical personnel, parents etc. Plan - to raise awareness.

ANAPHYLAXIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

DOCUMENTING REQUIREMENTS

COMMUNICATION REQUIRMENTS

ALLERGIES AND ANAPHYLAXIS

Current guidelines as recommended by: - ASCIA - Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia - Departments of Education and Training (e.g. Victorian) - Relevant authority i.e. WorkSafe Victoria

How to: consult stakeholders, identify those with anaphylaxis, obtain information, develop and review individual management plan, store action plan and medication.

Workplace/organisational. WHS. Emergency management. Managing contingencies. First aid. Training requirements etc.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY PROTOCOLS

INDIVIDUAL MANAGEMENT

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