In all Health and Social care organisations they all have duty of care towards all the service users they look after in the care setting, which means that employees should do all they can to look after the service users to prevent them from harm and make sure they receive all the care they need. Also employees have a duty of care to make sure that the care setting is suitable to deliever the service of care and ensure that working conditions are safe. Employess also have responsibility of giving extra care and needs to service users that are too ill or mentally unfit to care for them-selves on a day to day basis, this could include looking after hygiene, safety, meal times, transportation or any other needs required and make sure that their standards are met so the service user is happy with it. Duty of care affects the work that you do as a social care worker in the setting as it can affect the way people work as their employer provides the policies and procedures, also the employees become more aware of hazards and risks by making sure a risk assessment is carried out. Employees that work in any care settings must do as much as possible to keep service users to safe from any harm, there are two definitions to risk assessments the first one is where a hazard is an actual hazard or a potential danger of risk to the service users within the care setting. Another risk is a situation where it involves an exposure to a hazard and can carry the possibility that something serious can happen. The risk of injury of any care setting can be high or low.