The ways on how to address potential health and safety risks identified is that they are reported to the person in charge and reassessed. The staff in the care centre should be constantly assessing the individuals anf the risks around them. If someone sees something that could cause risk to someone in the care centre then it should be reported immediately, this way the risk can be sorted quickjer and will cause less harm to people getting hurt. Ensure that you have all the right equipment and that it is inb the correct working order. For example make sure the hoisting equipment, baths, chairs etc have all been checked other. Ensure that the staff have got all the PPE that they need to do there job and to stop any risks happening. Anything that doesn’t seem right should be reported to the manager and they should sort it out. If you notice a light is not working or a door doesn’t shut properly, then this can be reported to the maintanence person and they should be able to sort this. The quicker a risk is sorted the more safe the care centre will be. If there is a wet floor there should be a wet floor sign put out. This way people know that the fllor will be a bit slippy and has a risk of someone falling on it. For those individuals that cant read or don’t speak our language, then you could find another way of showing them that the floor is slippy. If an accident does occur in the care centre then you must ensure all the relevant documents are filled in such as an accident form, witness statement and then type it up onto datix.