STUDENT AGREEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY
Baycrest and your educational institution have a contractual agreement that governs your placement experience at Baycrest. In addition to that, there are specific responsibilities you must be aware of and in agreement with before you may begin your placement at this facility.Please indicate that you understand and agree to the following statements by signing below: 1
. All the information that I have provided on the reverse of this document is accurate.2
. I agree to abide by all regulations, policies and procedures that govern Baycrest, and understand that copies of these are available to me on the Baycrest intranet, and through my Baycrest Supervisor.3.
I understand that members of the Baycrest staff are the final authority for all aspects of patient care and for the integration of the educational program into Baycrest.4.
I acknowledge that any client at any time may decline to have me involved in their care, based on my status as a student.5.
I understand Baycrest at no time will accept responsibility for loss or damage to my personal property including motor vehicles parked or driven on Baycrest premises.6.
I understand that Baycrest may terminate this agreement at any time should my conduct or performance be deemed unacceptable. Except in extraordinary circumstances, such a decision would not be made without first consulting my educational institution and me.7.
I will at all times practice within the scope of my knowledge and skill, and I will request and accept appropriate supervision in my provision of patient care.8.
I consent to the collection and use of my personal information on this form by Baycrest for administrative purposes including external reporting as required by the government. I understand that personal information collected on this form will be held electronically on a third party server that is outside of Baycrest. Information regarding this third party server is available through the Center for Education and Knowledge Exchange in Aging Department of Organizational Effectiveness within Human Resources.9.
I agree to wear the identification badge assigned to me at all times during my placement at Baycrest, and to return it to Baycrest when I have completed my placement(s).
Baycrest and its representatives are obligated to meet the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations for Health Care and Residential Facilities. Failure to do so may lead to the Ministry of Labour issuing individual and/or organizational fines and the closure of Baycrest until that time when the requirements have been fulfilled. A) Generic topics that are common to all organizations.
We anticipate that you have obtained in-depth information about the following key topic. Please confirm this by signing this form.
i. Workplace Hazardous Information System (WHMIS) B) Baycrest- specific topics: these are either unique to Baycrest or have been customized to our organization.
We require you to review your student guide on these topics and then sign below indicating you have completed this review.
ii. Client Privacy and Confidentiality
iii. Appropriate use of Internet and E-mail
iv. Emergency Codes
v. Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) Education
vi. Jewish Life at Baycrest
vii. Fire Safety
viii. Violence in the Workplace
STUDENT IMMUNIZATION AGREEMENT
To comply with the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and OMA/OHA protocols under Regulation 965 of the Public Hospitals Act, students (working in a hospital environment) are required to have the immunizations listed below; be free from active tuberculosis; and participate in baseline skin testing. Given our patient population, we strongly recommend that all students have an influenza vaccination. Any student who refuse to take a flu shot will be required to wear surgical mask at Baycrest during the flu season.
If an outbreak occurs, students who have not been vaccinated will not be able to continue their placement until they have finished a course of Tamiflu. Prophylaxsis. NOTE
: Any costs associated with the completion of this form are the responsibility of the student/educational institution.Required
: Measles, Mumps, Rubella/Rubeola (German and Red Measles)
Tuberculosis (TB) Status
Prior to placement, students are required to have a documented 2-step tuberculosis skin test done prior to start date. This involves the planting of a tuberculin skin test in the forearm, having it read by a licensed Healthcare Provider 2-3 days later and if negative, the process will be repeated in the other arm 1-3 weeks later.
The 2-step skin test identifies the truly positive skin test. It is essential to have accurate baseline information at the beginning of your placement as this is the comparison that is used in the event of an exposure.
Not mandatory but recommended for the protection of the student:
Hepatitis B Vaccine
Proof may take the form of
1. Immunization Certificates
2. Antibody Titre results
3. Registration in a program where confirmation of 1& 2 are available upon request.