Notices of Non-compliance, Notices to Agree and Sanctions in Bupa Clayton
Service Provider: Bupa Aged Care Australia Pty Ltd
|Date notice sent||Date notice sent 01/04/2019|
|Reason(s) for notice||
Reason(s) for notice
A notice of non-compliance was issued to the approved provider for failure to meet the following Accreditation Standards set out in Schedule 2 of the Quality of Care Principles 2014.
Accreditation Standard 2: Health and personal care
2.8 Pain management
|Outcome||Outcome The Approved Provider has remedied the non-compliance.|
Sanctions and Notices to Agree
|Sanction or Notice to Agree applied||
Sanction or Notice to Agree applied
In order to avoid the imposition of a revocation sanction under section 63N of the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Act 2018, the approved provider is required to agree to the following in writing by 5.00pm on 6 August 2021:
The Provider must provide a written training plan to the Commission by 18 August 2021 and written evidence of successful completion of the specified training by 4 February 2022.
|Sanction or Notice to Agree date||Sanction or Notice to Agree date 04/08/2021|
|Expiry date||Expiry date 04/02/2022|
|Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree||
Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree
The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission identified that there is an immediate and severe risk to the safety, health or well-being of care recipients to whom the approved provider is providing care.
Failures of relevance to the decision to impose the notice are:
Non-compliance with Section 15LA(1); Section 15LA(2)(a), 15LA(2)(b), 15LA(2)(c), 15LA(2)(d) and 15LA(2)(e); Section 15LA(3)(a), 15LA(3)(b), 15LA(3)(c), 15LA(3)(d) and 15LA(3)(e); Section 15MD(2), 15MD(3) of the Quality of Care Principles 2014.
|Current status of service||
Current status of service