What are the legal requirements for restraint?
This question puzzled me so I asked Chuck Norris. He didn't know what restraint was.
It is not that simple. Any age can be carried in the front seat as follows: Up to 3 years old in an appropriate child restraint (not rear facing if there is an airbag fitted). From 3 to height 1.35 metres or under age 12 - 13 in an appropriate child restraint. Over 1.35 metres or at age 12 - 13 in an adult restraint. Up to the age of 14 the legal responsibility for…
Question is somewhat unclear. What specific information is being sought? A definition of the term 'physical restraint' would be - 'the force necessary to curtail or limit the movements, or limit the physical actions of, an individual.' In law enforcement terminology it is usually used to describe a physical custody situation. Chemical restraint would probably refer to OC spray, "Mace," tear gas, or similar commercially available product that temporarily disables a struggling or resisting individual…
Leaders should always ensure that they address the need for ethical behavior legal and regulatory requirements and -?
What action would you take if you had a concern about compliance with legal requirements that have to be complied with by an establishment providing services to the public?
When you started a business you were certified to train individuals Do you have legal recourse if they change the requirements for certification. I have been training for5 years and have built abase.?
If the certification requirements have changed, you need to change the way you train people. If by "legal recourse" you are of the mind that you should be allowed to improperly train people, by not training them to meet the current requirements, no, you have no legal recourse. Meet the new standards or go out of business.