Do you know the 8 golden rules of Ligature Risk Management? 

In the dynamic world of mental health care, the unseen dangers of ligature risks loom large, often hiding in plain sight. As we dive deeper into the realm of patient safety, it's crucial to recognize and address these risks proactively. 
Understanding and adopting the 8 rules below will help you master ligature risk management and keep you and the people you support safer. 

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#1 Understanding Local Ligature Risk 

Delve into the specifics of your ward or area. Analyse past incidents and current trends to pinpoint potential ligature risks lurking around. Knowledge is your first line of defence. 

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#2 Management of Available Ligature Items 

Everyday items can pose unexpected dangers. Learn how to identify items that could be used as ligatures and manage the associated risks. This knowledge is critical in creating a safer environment. 

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#3 Staff Training in Ligature Awareness 

Safety begins with awareness. Ensure all staff undergo comprehensive training in ligature awareness and management, tailored to their specific roles. 

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#4 Compliance with Training 

Training is only effective if it's adhered to. Ensure staff compliance and maintain high training standards across the board 

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#5 Non-compliance Actions 

Don't let standards slip. Use protocols to address training non-compliance and reinforce a culture of continuous learning. 

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#6 Use of Ligature Cutters 

The right tools can save lives. Consider different types of ligature cutters used, their maintenance, storage and the crucial training needed for their effective use. 

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#7 Incorporating Staff Feedback 

Your staff's insights are invaluable. Be sure to engage them in identifying and managing ligature risks, turning their observations into actionable strategies. 

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#8 Dynamic Risk Assessments 

The only constant is change. Understand the importance of regularly updating risk assessments to reflect changes in the environment, patient population, or incident trends. 

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