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The Residential Family Centres Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007

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Regulation 30(1)

SCHEDULE 5EVENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS

Column 1Column 2
Event:To be notified to:
Regulation and Improvement AuthorityPlacing authorityDepartment of Health, Social Service and Public SafetyHSS trust in whose area the centre is locatedPoliceDirector of Public Health(1) of the HSS Board
Death of a resident accommodated in the centreYesYesYesYesYes
Referral to the Department pursuant to Article 4(1)(a) of the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (Northern Ireland) Order 2003(2) of an individual working at the centreYesYesYesYes
Serious illness or serious accident sustained by a child accommodated in the centreYesYes
Outbreak of any infectious disease which in the opinion of a registered medical practitioner attending residents at the centre is sufficiently serious to be so notifiedYesYesYes
Allegation that a resident accommodated at the centre has committed a serious offenceYesYesYesYes (following consultation with the placing authority)
Involvement or suspected involvement in prostitution of (i) a child; or (ii) a parent who is under the age of 18 accommodated in the centreYesYesYesYes (following consultation with the placing authority)
Serious incident necessitating calling the police to the centreYesYesYes
Absconding by a resident accommodated at the centreYesYes
Any serious complaint about the centre or persons working thereYesYesYes
Instigation and outcome of any child protection enquiry involving (i) a child; or (ii) a parent who is under the age of 18 accommodated in the centreYesYesYes (following consultation with the placing authority)
Any serious adverse event as defined in accordance with Departmental guidanceYes
(1)

Article 32 of the Health and Personal Social Services (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 (S.I. 1991/194 (N.I. 1) provides that the Chief Administrative Medical Officer of a Health and Social Services Board shall be known as the Director of Public Health

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