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Adrenaline auto-injectors (auto-injectors) such as Epi-pen and Anapen are stored in a safe, unlocked and accessible, easy-to-find location-List location/s of auto-injectors: In a cupboard in the sam... e room as the child is in and out of the reach of children. Auto-injectors are stored in a cool place 15-25 degrees (not below 15 degrees or a refrigerator). -Keep records of refrigerator temperatures every day, if temp goes up or down than required notify to the management. Auto-injectors and copies of ASCIA Action Plan for Anaphylaxis (Action Plans) are located together. Staff has strickly instruction to keep these together all the time and there is a slip on the bag state this note. Auto-injectors & Action Plans are labelled with students’ names. these are provided by parents and We only accept it from the parents if they are labelled, approval and signed by the doctor. Student’s Action Plans have up-to-date photos of the students. -photos are reviewed every year by the first aid officer and room leader. Expiry dates of adrenaline auto-injectors are checked regularly and parents informed in a timely manner. The first aid officer reviews these every few months and parents are informed by the room leader if need be. Staff members know where adrenaline autoinjectors and Action Plans are stored. Room leader explains and shows a new staff member in their room on their first day at centre. Staff members are aware of the Anaphylaxis Guidelines for Queensland State Schools. The supervisor or room leader.need to update staff members with this. Students Staff members are aware of which students are at risk of anaphylaxis and the actions required. We are very focus on it so we ask every staff member reads the action plan and then signs, given by the first aid. The school has received a copy of Action Plans for all students at risk of anaphylaxis. At the time of enrolment, parents whose child at risk need to submit the child’s action plan Staff members are aware of the protocols for management of a student who is not identified as being at risk of anaphylaxis and experience a first time reaction. First Aid is reviewed every three months so all staff members are aware. Staff members know how to recognise an anaphylactic reaction. The First Aid course including anaphylaxis response has to be completed by every staff member before joining an early childhood [Show More]

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