Management and Union Team presenations in the panopto module

The Legal Advisory will listen to the Management and Union team presenatations and review each team’s Bargaining Books documentation. After the management and union teams have presented, the legal team will issue a legal opinion/ review to both parties, listing exemplary and concerning actions by both parties in this exercise.

Review the:

· Management and Union Team presenations in the panopto module (submitted Saturday).

· Management and Union Team Bargaining Books shared in the Week 3 – Collective Bargaining Team Board (submitted Thursday).

Take the employee perspective and issue a Panopto report in which you provide a legal opinion/ review to both management and union parties, listing exemplary and concerning actions by both parties in this exercise.

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Hi, everyone, my name’s Alison and I will be discussing safety in field after receiving some tips from my MSW supervisor.

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One big thing right now would be covered protocols and being just aware of masks when visiting with clients and maintaining social distancing.

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And then also the place that I’m at does home visits with older adults.

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So it’s important to just be aware of the population that we serve as far as covid protocols and that they might be more high risk.

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But as far as entering people’s homes with worrying about things like violence,

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there’s generally less risk with the population, the aging adult population.

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And but there’s of course, you always have to take certain precautions when doing home visits,

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maybe just let someone know where you’re going to be and if you’re going to be by yourself,

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put it on your calendar and then also just kind of following your gut in certain situations and making smart decisions if something feels off.

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And then this is also something that I have figured out in my job as a case manager,

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which before covid involved face to face visits with all my clients monthly.

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So some things that I would try to do is keep a safe distance from the client and then also having an escape plan, being close to the door if needed.

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Make sure the client can’t barricade you in things like that.

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Make sure you’re aware of your surroundings. If there’s any weapons in the area, things just try to be smart and and use your instincts.

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So if there is a situation that does feel unsafe, my supervisor did say that, you know, you are free to walk out.

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So excuse yourself from the situation. Maybe give them a phone call to further discuss the issue.

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And so I feel like just with my background, that I have a lot of.

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I have a lot of experience with that, so with my field placement,

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my my safety plan will just be the same and then also use some of these tips that my MSW supervisor gave me.

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And also, it’s good to have good to have numbers in your phone for your supervisors and maybe depending on the population you work with,

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the crisis numbers for the county and things like that. Thank you for watching.

As Christopher Gardner Here’s an excerpt from Field Log number two,

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the practice framework that best facilitates resolution, the practice challenges ecological systems theory.

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This theory has, one observed people in multiple environments or systems to fully understand the behavior.

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The different scenarios I’m encountering in these trainings is helping me look through a critical thinking lens,

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how environments and systems affect one’s behavior. Another practice framework that may also be relevant is contingency theory.

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This theory. This theory parallels ecological systems theory in ways that different individual

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outcomes are contingent on a variety of specific situational factors.

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This theory also considers all the internal and external influences that are contributing to a client’s problem.

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The training they have taken have explored the many ways.

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How behavior exhibited through the strength to strength I’ve experienced in my client system is the availability

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of free trainings for social workers and the generosity of social workers to innately help others in need.

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It reminds me of the reason of why I wanted to enter this field in the first place.

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People helping people are the essential backbone of social work.

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This is an excerpt a little bit about the different frameworks they used within this week’s Fehlberg.

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Hope Everyone Were.

Hi, I’m doing my internship at Cityview Community School and the Minneapolis Public School District at a school,

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there’s a lot of safety plans that are put in place to keep all staff members and all students safe.

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The first one that I learned about at my internship was actually during their workshop week on their staff meetings.

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And our group was actually supposed to do a presentation over at this policy symposium.

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And we talked about first is the react policy, and that stands for recognizing the situation,

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evaluating all the options, taking action, communicating and then taking inventory.

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And this are the different codes. So code yellow is when there’s a threat that is outside of the school and it’s on immediate threat to the school.

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So like an example, this would be like maybe the police that are pursuing a vehicle, the neighborhood around the school.

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They would call the principal and the principal would enact a code yellow and a code yellow

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is where students and staff members cannot go outside for any other activity inside.

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The school will resume as normal. And for the other one that’s more serious is a lock down, which is a code red,

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also the code red is when there’s a safety concern that’s regarding a potential threat to the school.

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So, for example, this could be if the police were pursuing a suspect and that suspect fled and is now on school property.

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And during this time, if the lockdown is act in the school and all those activities should seize,

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so everyone should stop, they should be down quiet and out of sight.

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So it is like there is no students or staff in the classroom and they should remain there and hidden and quiet until that lockdown is lifted.

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I was talking to my supervisor about if they’ve ever had any code reds because she’s been there for six years.

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She said a code red has only happened once and that was when there was a suspect being chased and he tried to get into the school.

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And so they enacted the lockdown. And the riots last year had a few Portillo’s slummy, like no staff member and kids could go out to recess.

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So just knowing what to do.

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And I think that’s really important, too, because I do leave to go to my job after I’m there for a few hours in the morning.

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So knowing that if there’s a little, then I would need to inform my bosses that I couldn’t leave.

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And then a code green is when everything is deemed that it’s all clear the other ones that we haven’t had an opportunity to do yet,

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but they will be doing throughout the school year for safety plans are also five fire drills, one tornado drill and then five lockdown drills.

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And those numbers are all decided by the state and they’re all mandatory.

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So they will be practicing those.

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