Anaphylaxis incident reporting template CEC

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NAC Anaphylaxis incident reporting template CECCollection of standardised, centralised information across all jurisdictions will facilitate improved risk minimisation strategies and inform policy at all levels.

This anaphylaxis incident reporting template has been provided to help children's education and care services collect important information when a child (or staff member) has had an allergic reaction while in the care of the service (or working at the service).

Children's education and care services should collect this information to help them to identify possible risks and put appropriate risk minimisation strategies in place.

In addition to documenting this information for the service's purposes, children's education and care services should also complete any other reporting requirements required by national or state/territory legislation.


Content created June 2022.

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