Tasks: 1. Complete a risk assessment of a procedure of botulinum toxin (please state). Minimum 300 word count, tabular form accepted; 2. Appraise key regulations, standards codes of practice and guidance relevant to cosmetical/aesthetic injectable practice and explain the impact and consequences of non-compliance for each regulation/standards/guidance cited. Minimum 750 wordcount. NB Marks will be deducted if your answer falls below the recommended minimum word count for each part. Task Guidance: Your answer should include the hazards, risks to each hazard, the control to risk that should be implemented with timescales, your evaluation and monitoring timescales. This can be completed in tabular form. Your answer should include any Acts, regulations (GDPR), code of practice guidance (NMC) and quality assurance you are required to adhere to relating to aesthetic injectable therapies. For each cited reference you must explain the impact to your organisation and the consequences of non-compliance. A comprehensive list below is given for guidance. It is not expected that you cite all those listed below but that you pick out those most relevant to your practice. Guidance notes: human resources policies and procedures, e.g. diversity & equality, appointment of staff, Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks, bullying and harassment, ‘Whistle Blowing��. Operational procedures, practicing privileges, patient consultation, records management, order and storage of medicines, Medicines Act, GDPR, Freedom of Information Act, patient-centred care, risk assessment and risk management, National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA), Patient Group Directions (PGD), Summary of Product Characteristics (SPC), NICE Guidelines, professional body guidance, MHRA, advertising and promotion of medicines, audit methodologies for the safe selection, procurement, supply, storage, documentation, disposal and review Commercial aspects of cosmetic practice: marketing, advertising, PR, social media Risk assessment, prevention and control of infection, provision and use of work equipment, clinical facility design, fire safety, COSHH Regulations, moving and handling, recording of accidents, needle stick injuries, clinical waste, single use devices, adverse incidents. CME, CPD. External accreditation/registration with appropriate national inspection body, e.g. CQC, voluntary registers, insurance, etc. Seven pillars of clinical governance; Service user, carer and public involvement, Risk management, Clinical audit, Staffing and staff management, Education and training, Clinical effectiveness, Clinical information Equipment management, resuscitation trolleys, automated external defibrillators (AEDs), team working, policies and procedures. Clinical audit.