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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 10 Hansard (Friday, 8 October 2021) . . Page.. 3075 ..


Table 3: Recent toilet facility investments.

Public Toilet

Year funded

Investment

Construction year

Handover Type

Tuggeranong Park

2020-21

New

2021

CAPITAL WORKS

Lyneham Shops

2020-22

Replacement

2021-22

CAPITAL WORKS

John Knight Park

2020-21

Replacement

2021

CAPITAL WORKS

Philip Industrial, Colbee Court

2020-21

Replacement

2021-22

CAPITAL WORKS


Canberra Health Services—accreditation(Question No 453)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 17 September 2021:

Has the junior medical officer accreditation survey, referred to on page 43 of the Canberra Health Services 2019-20 Annual Report, been completed; if so, can the Minister provide all reports and results.

Ms Stephen-Smith: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

The Canberra Region Medical Education Council (CRMEC) conducted its accreditation site survey at Canberra Health Services (CHS) in mid-July 2021. The CRMEC publishes its findings on its website: http://crmec.health.act.gov.au/accreditation. As of 7 October 2021, it had not been published.


Canberra Health Services—staff safety(Question No 454)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 17 September 2021:

(1) In relation to Canberra Health Services, in 2018-19, how many (a) incidents classified as moderate were recorded in the RiskMan incident reporting module, (b) incidents classified as moderate were not recorded in the RiskMan incident reporting module within five calendar days, (c) Significant Incident Briefs were prepared, (d) significant clinical incidents were not reported within one working day of the incident occurring, (e) significant clinical incidents were referred to the Clinical Review Committee and (f) significant clinical incident investigations were not completed by the Clinical Review Committee within 100 calendar days.

(2) In relation to Canberra Health Services, in 2019-20, how many (a) incidents classified as moderate were recorded in the RiskMan incident reporting module, (b) incidents classified as moderate were not recorded in the RiskMan incident reporting module within five calendar days, (c) Significant Incident Briefs were prepared, (d) significant clinical incidents were not reported within one working day of the incident occurring, (e) significant clinical incidents were referred to the Clinical Review Committee and (f) significant clinical incident investigations were not completed by the Clinical Review Committee within 100 calendar days.


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