Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 10 Hansard (20 September) . . Page.. 4002 ..
ACT Sportsground bookings can be searched and booked online.
(4) ACT Property Group are currently investigating the possibility of upgrading the current booking database available for general venue hire. The system being investigated is currently being utilised by the Exhibition Park in Canberra. Further consultation is required to ensure the system would meet the specific requirements of ACT Property Group managed venues and is cost effective.
TCCS is working internally with Libraries ACT and other Directorates to explore options to expand the online sportsground booking system for wider use, such as for Education Directorate sports facilities.
The ACT Government is developing an electronic booking system that will be used by the community to book ACT public school facilities. The system is currently under development and is being tested. Dependent on the outcome of testing, it is anticipated the system will be trialled publicly at Melrose High School and Palmerston Primary School during term 4 of 2018.
(5) As provided earlier, ACT public school facilities are available for the community to book at: www.education.act.gov.au with an electronic booking system in development.
Other booking systems are under consideration and announcements will be made in due course.
Hospitals—emergency incidents (Question No 1630)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, upon notice, on 3 August 2018:
(1) How many code (a) red (fire), (b) blue (medical emergency), (c) purple (bomb threat), (d) yellow (infrastructure and other internal emergencies), (e) black (personal threat), (f) brown (external threat) and (g) orange (evacuation) incidents were recorded at (i) The Canberra Hospital and (ii) Calvary Public Hospital in (A) the calendar year 2017 and (B) 1 January to 30 June 2018.
(2) For part (1), and where relevant, (a) how many physical or psychological injuries were sustained by (i) staff, (ii) patients and (iii) hospital visitors, (b) what was the nature of those injuries, (c) how many (i) staff, (ii) patients and (iii) hospital visitors died, (d) what support was provided to affected (i) staff, (ii) patients and (iii) hospital visitors, (e) what damage was caused to (i) infrastructure and (ii) equipment, (f) what was the cost to (i) repair damage and (ii) replace equipment, (g) how long did it take to (i) repair damage and (ii) replace equipment, (h) what changes were made to operational procedures, (i) what other impacts were identified and (j) how were other impacts dealt with.
Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) (i) Codes at Canberra Hospital: