Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 6 Hansard (7 June) . . Page.. 2260 ..
(3) The AMHU roster is based on 37 funded beds and the Nursing Hours per Patient Day (NHPPD) formula for planning nursing/midwifery staffing levels to be provided per patient/occupied bed over a 24-hour period is utilised.
(a) When the occupancy of the AMHU exceeds 37 beds, the safe staffing profile is increased using the NHPPD formula. AMHU are recruiting an additional three Registered Nursing level 1 positions to assist with the level of occupancy.
(b) The cost in 2018-19 for the three new staff will be $ 334,257.
Art not apart festival—rave party (Question No 1269)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for the Arts and Community Events, upon notice, on 13 April 2018 (redirected to the Minister for Regulatory Services):
(1) In providing funding to the Art Not Apart festival, was the Government aware whether the organisers had planned the Tech Yes rave party held during the night of 17-18 March.
(2) Was any of that funding applied for staging Tech Yes; if so, (a) how much government funding was applied for staging Tech Yes and (b) what information did the Government have or seek about the Tech Yes program or purpose.
(3) Did the Government provide any services-in-kind to assist with staging Tech Yes; if so, what (a) services-in-kind were provided and (b) was the value of those services.
(4) With what ACT Government regulatory requirements was the Art Not Apart festival required to comply.
(5) Did the festival comply with those regulatory requirements referred to in part (4); if not, what did the Government do in response.
(6) What other requirements, including but not limited to insurance and funding acquittals, did the Government's funding agreement with the Art Not Apart festival impose.
(7) Did the festival comply with those requirements referred to in part (6); if not, what did the Government do in response.
(8) In relation to complaints about noise at the Tech Yes event (a) how many complaints did Access Canberra receive, (b) over what time period were those complaints received, (c) in what way did Access Canberra and any other relevant government agencies respond to those complaints, (d) when were those responses actioned, (e) what was the outcome and (f) what feedback has been given to complainants.
(9) What discussion has the Government had with the Art Not Apart organisers about the (a) appropriateness of the Tech Yes event and (b) the behaviour of patrons.
(10) To what extent did the Government consider the Tech Yes event to be a part of the Art Not Apart festival program.