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CQC Infection Prevention & Control Inspections Guide

We have put together a handy guide to help you prepare for your CQC Infection Prevention & Control inspections.

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Leighton Osbourne
Leighton Osbourne
Content & SEO Manager
Published on:
8/12/2020
· Last Edited On:
25/5/2022
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8-minute read

In any social care setting, the prevention and control of infections should be the first thing to consider when delivering face-to-face services and personal care. COVID-19 has placed even greater importance on this aspect of delivering care and care services should be aware that the CQC has commenced Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) inspections and is assessing care services in person and virtually.

Now is the time to make sure all your infection prevention and control measures are up to date and robust. To help you get there, we have put together a handy guide that is available for you to download totally free! 😁

Download a copy of our infection prevention control guide (PDF).

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