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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2623..


(1) In relation to staff rostering and staff costs at The Canberra Hospital, how many and what is the duration of shift rotations for (a) nursing and midwifery, (b) medical including (i) consultants, (ii) intern (PGY1), (iii) junior medical officers, (iv) resident medical officers and (v) registrars, in a 24 hour period.

(2) In relation to part (1), what handover periods are rostered in a 24 hour period and what is the annual cost of this handover period for (a) nursing and midwifery, (b) medical including (i) consultants, (ii) intern (PGY1), (iii) junior medical officers, (iv) resident medical officers and (v) registrars.

(3) In relation to part (2), if there is no handover period rostered, and overtime and penalty rates are applied to cover excess periods, what is the annual cost of overtime for the purposes of handover for (a) nursing and midwifery, (b) medical including (i) consultants, (ii) intern (PGY1), (iii) junior medical officers, (iv) resident medical officers and (v) registrars.

(4) On average, how many staff in total for each specialty or classification listed in part (1) is on duty for each shift in a 24 hour period.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

Providing a response to these questions would substantially and unreasonably divert the resources of the agency.

ACT Health-industrial relations

(Question No 897)

Mr Hanson asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 25 March 2010:

(1) How many industrial disputes are currently being dealt with by ACT Health and what are they.

(2) Can the Minister provide the precise details of each dispute referred to in part (1) including, (a) when ACT Health received notification of the dispute, (b) how ACT Health initially responded to each dispute notification, (c) whether ACT Health was aware of the grievances contained within each dispute prior to receiving a formal notification of the dispute.

(3) If ACT Health was aware of the grievances contained within a dispute notification referred to in part (2)(c), for how long was it aware of the grievance, and what actions had been taken by ACT Health to resolve the grievance contained in it.

(4) Who is representing ACT Health employees in each dispute referred to in part (1).

Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) None.

(2) Not applicable.

(3) Not applicable.


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