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Hi Guys could anyone give me any advice with the following please??

EYMP 3 4.3
Explain how to prepare and store food, formula and breast milk safely according to health and safety guidance( im struggling with this one as the children in my setting are 3-4 year old)

EYMP 3 6.2
Explain the regulations concerning management of medicines and how these are interpreted in your work setting(???)

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Hi Natalie

I dont know whether this will help but i have a policy on medicines that you adapt to your setting, ask if you need me to put it up here.
 Medicines Act (1968)

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Thanks Lynne,
didnt think to look at our medicne policy,
thanks for that xx
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Hi

i think sometimes your mind gets so beaten that it goes straight past the obvious, i've been there and i'm sure every one has been there.

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I am also struggling on this question, I have done the formula part but would realy appreciate any help on preparing and storing food and breastmilk


EYMP 3 – 4.3
Explain how to prepare and store food, formula and breast milk safely according to health and safety guidance

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Hi, this thread the search page and guidance from food.gov and weaning leaflet DoH will help.

2013 Best start - breastfeeding

A step by step guide to making a powdered formula feed

Guide to bottle feeding 2012

Weaning information

Level 3 learner handbooks on amazon.co.uk and search page for finding related threads

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Thank you so much for your help,

All done now :-)
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Hi guys, my setting is for children aged 3-12 as it is an after school club, we do not deal with formula or breast milk. Should I still outline how to prepare and store it safely with this in mind? If so any help would be appreciated as i have no idea?

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i had the same problem as you bethany but i put it in just to be on the safe side
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Im stuck on the same question 6.2 Explain the regulations concerning management of medicines and how these are interpreted in the work setting if anyone can help thank you
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