Notices of Non-compliance, Notices to Agree and Sanctions in Isomer Retirement Home

Service Provider: Islamic Society of Melbourne Eastern Regions Inc

Non-Compliance Notices

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Status Status Current
Date notice sent Date notice sent 17/12/2021
Reason(s) for notice Reason(s) for notice A non-compliance notice was issued to the approved provider for failure to meet the following Quality Standards set out in Schedule 2 to the Quality of Care Principles 2014:
 
StandardBased on the following requirements:
Standard 3 – Personal care and clinical care(3) (g) (i), (ii)
Standard 7 – Human resources(3) (d)
Standard 8 – Organisational governance(3) (c) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), (vi)
Outcome Outcome
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Status Status Archived
Date notice sent Date notice sent 22/01/2019
Reason(s) for notice Reason(s) for notice A notice of non-compliance was issued to the approved provider for failure to comply with the requirements of Part 4.3 of the Aged Care Act 1997. Specifically in relation to responsibilities under section 63-1(1)(m) of the Act and section 37 of the Accountability Principles 2014 (the Accountability Principles) to provide to the Secretary of the Department (the Secretary) an Aged Care Financial Report (ACFR) within four (4) months after the end of the financial year to which the report relates.
Outcome Outcome The Approved Provider has remedied the non-compliance.

Sanctions and Notices to Agree

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Status Status Current
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 15 October 2021:
  • appoint, at its expense, an eligible adviser to assist them to comply with its responsibilities:
  • this appointment must be made by 5:00pm on 16 October 2021; and
  • the adviser must be appointed for a period of at least four (4) months from 14 February 2022.
  • provide, at its expense, training for its officers, employees and agents as specified below and to demonstrate that it has provided that training.
This training should include, but not be limited to:
  • Best practice infection prevention and control.
  • Workforce and contingency planning in the event of an infectious outbreak
 
The Provider must provide a written training plan to the Commission by 28 October 2021 and written evidence of successful completion of the specified training by 14 February 2022.
 
  • participate in regular teleconferences with the Commission and ensure a regular written report is prepared and provided to enable the Commission to monitor the provider’s progress towards returning to compliance.
Sanction or Notice to Agree date Sanction or Notice to Agree date 14/10/2021
Expiry date Expiry date 14/02/2022
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 sanction are:
StandardBased on the following requirements:
Standard 3 – Personal care and clinical care(3) (g) (i), (ii)
Standard 7 – Human resources(3) (a)
Current status of service Current status of service The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission are continuing to monitor the services return to compliance.
Details
Status Status Archived
Sanction or Notice to Agree applied Sanction or Notice to Agree applied Sanction 1 Approval as an approved provider of aged care services revoked unless an administrator with a clinical background and nursing knowledge and skills is appointed for a period of 6 months. Sanction 2 No Australian Government funding for new care recipients for a period of 6 months.
Sanction or Notice to Agree date Sanction or Notice to Agree date 23/06/2010
Expiry date Expiry date 22/12/2010
Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree The Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency (the Agency) identified serious risk, in relation to Standards: 1: Management systems, staffing and organisational development; 2: Health and Personal Care; 3: Resident lifestyle; and 4: Physical environment and safe systems
Current status of service Current status of service The Department and the Agency are continuing to monitor the service. Sanctions in place. On 13 August 2010, the Agency advised that seious risk had been mitigated. On 16 September 2010, Sanction 2 - No Australian Government funding for new care recipients was lifted. On 22 December 2010, Sanction 1 expired.
Details
Status Status Archived
Sanction or Notice to Agree applied Sanction or Notice to Agree applied To suspend the allocation of 2 places for a period of 3 months.
Sanction or Notice to Agree date Sanction or Notice to Agree date 09/08/2000
Expiry date Expiry date 09/11/2000
Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree Reason(s) for sanction or notice to agree The Approved Provider did not comply with all its responsibilities in relation to Residential Care Standards. The Department found there was an immediate and severe risk to the safety, health or well-being of residents.
Current status of service Current status of service The Approved Provider has sought a reconsideration of the decision to impose sanctions. The Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency reports that no serious risk was identified at the time of its support visit. The sanction expired on 9 November 2000.