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(8) All Calvary maternity staff were provided training on use of the screening tool and a process was put in place for all staff. Feedback from head of Calvary Maternity Services was that many staff had put the process into practice, prior to the arrival of COVID-19.

(9) CHS do not have a specific program. SHRFV embodies a whole of organisation cultural change process aimed at sustained attitudinal and behavioural change relating to the drivers and responses to family violence. It was originally developed in 2014 by the Royal Women’s Hospital and Bendigo Health and is led in CHS by the Executive Oversight Committee.

(10) CHS has adopted the ‘identifying’ pathway from the ACT Risk Assessment and Management Framework (Framework), using the Sensitive Practice model that assists and supports clinicians to identify and respond to consumers experiencing family violence.

Sensitive Practice includes noticing the signs of family violence, including the 13 key risk factors from the Framework, sensitively enquiring about these signs, responding respectfully and non-judgmentally, and developing an action plan with the consumer that includes referral to specialist supports and agencies.

In accordance with the Framework, CHS has implemented a comprehensive Risk Assessment and Management Process to safely respond to a disclosure of family violence in the health setting.

Sensitive Practice has proven effective at CHS to date in identifying and responding to family violence where there has been no disclosure or observable risk factors.

(11) The Framework is in its final stages of development and is likely to be released in early 2022.

Environment—carbon-emitting vehicles
(Question No 650)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Water, Energy and Emissions Reduction, upon notice, on 11 February 2022:

(1) What is the definition of a high emitting vehicle.

(2) What are the figures of high emitting vehicles registered in the ACT for the last five years.

(3) How does the Government intend to reduce the number of high emitting vehicles on our roads.

(4) What research has the Government done into electric trucks.

(5) Given that the 2021-22 annual report for the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (EPSDD) stated on page 61 that the “Directorate supported… trialling of an electric tipper truck”, (a) how much did it cost to trial this truck, (b) what KPIs were used to determine if the trial was a success, (c) was the trial

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