Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 26 October 2017) . . Page.. 4624 ..
managing their legal responsibilities; if so, (a) what has the Government’s involvement been, (b) what is the current status of this work and (c) will the Government be releasing the guide; if so, when.
Mr Ramsay: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(a) Access Canberra has been working with the Owners Corporation Network as well as other key stakeholders on the development of a number of resources to support multi-unit living.
The resources will be launched by the end of 2017 and include a general guide which outlines legal and other responsibilities as well as a guide supporting understanding around the maintenance responsibilities in multi-unit residential settings.
The guides will be informative as well as engaging and targeted at: those already living or renting in multi-unit settings, prospective buyers or renters and Executive Committees and Owners Corporations.
It is expected real estate agents, property managers and legal services will also find the guides useful.
(b) See above.
(c) See above.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—methadone program
(Question No 769)
Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Corrections, upon notice, on 22 September 2017 (redirected to the Minister for Mental Health):
(1) In relation to the Minister’s answer to question on notice No 273 which was placed on the Notice Paper on 12 May 2017, how exactly are newly inducted detainees to the methadone program reviewed by nursing staff at three to four hours after dosing.
(2) What act(s) by nursing staff meet the requirements as being a “review”.
Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1. Nurses review newly inducted detainees to the methadone program three - four hours after dosing which includes the following:
• Checking pupil size
• Recording heart rate, respirations and blood pressure
• Assessing level of consciousness
• Assessing speech and
• Assessing gait.