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- Best Practice For Using Log Book
If you feel that the existing log books do not exactly meet your requirements, CWC Services can make customised (bespoke) books for your organisation. CWC Services can completely adapt their books to suit your needs. Developed products will be developed with the features of their existing products, with numbered pages and unique book numbering, with advice on Best Practice and FOI applications. CWC Services would recommend that this is standard as it ensures that your books are evidentially sound. CWC Services' existing standard books have been legally validated.
Together with the Firstaidform© (designed for first aid staff and first responders), CWC Services' log books are designed as a coherent group of products for dealing with incidents, injured persons and the administration of emergency incidents of any scale. CWC Service's log books are designed for incident teams as well as managers, planners, administrators and other executives.
Best practice in record keeping is the 'gold standard' towards which all Loggists should aim. Judges expect that Loggists will comply with this standard as do enquiry Chairs and Coroners.
A comprehensive record must be kept of all events, information received, decisions, reasoning behind those decisions and action taken. Each responsible manager should also keep his/her own records, either personally, or assisted by a Loggist.
It is important that a nominated information manager be made responsible for overseeing the keeping and storage of the records and files created during the response and also for ensuring the retention of those records that existed before the emergency incident occurred and immediately afterwards.
This also applies to Emergency Incident Record Books© (EIRB)©) used by on-call managers to record issues, information received and action taken in an incident or Emergency Pocket Log Books© (EPLB©).
Your entries must be C I A – Clear Intelligible Accurate.
Correction fluid must not be used in any circumstances