Identify the key aspects of current legislations and code of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation   Health and safety at work act 1974, provides a frame work for ensuring the health and safety of all employees in any work activity.
It also provides health and safety of anyone who may be affected by work activities e.g. pupils/students and visitors to educational sites including parents and contractors.
The reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations (often referred to as RIDDOR) certain work-related accidents are reportable by law to the health and safety executive or the local authority. The following must be reported:
· Death of any personwithin which you would like to work.

I would like to teach first aid, working with adults who have learning difficulties, in a college or an adult learning centre.
I currently work in a college as a learning support assistant that requires me to have an understanding of all current legislations, polices and procedures these are in place so we have a guideline; it also protects staff and learners whilst in the teaching environment.
The following are some key aspects of legislation and code of practice relevant to my work place.

The equality act (2006) which aims to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protects human rights and to build good relations ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to participate in society.

The disability discrimination act (DDA) (2005) requires that all learners must be given the necessary adaptations to allow them to participate fully in their learning.
The special educational needs and disability act (2001) (SENDA) amended the DDA to bring education specifically with in its remit.

Data protection act 1998 which aims to protect individual’s fundamental rights and freedom, privacy rights in respect of personal data processing.

· A “major injury” to any person at work

· Hospital treatment of any person who is...