Audit

Date
Time of audit
Service outlet entry and office area

Gate secure and self closing

Front door locked and self closing

Nominated Senior and Complaint handling details displayed clearly

Front of service outlet and office presentation - tidy and clean

Current Audit rating displayed

Emergency evacuation information displayed

CPR chart current and displayed

Nominated senior roster and contact details displayed
Nominated service facilitator contact times and details displayed

All staff signed into and out of shifts . Ezitracker log and record of schedule checked for all shifts for past 3 days

Nominated service facilitator contact times and details displayed

Work Heath and safety policies, procedures and forms are accessible to all staff

Visitors book available and correctly filled in

Staff training record book correctly filled in

Two weeks of menus displayed

Policies are up to date and accessible by staff

Service outlet and home Philosophy displayed

Staff qualifications and personal work ethic statement displayed

Staff room door closed

Staff bathroom door closed

Computer system operational

Living and activity area : Sense of home


Room clean

Door closed and self closing

Door to personal care and toilet change area closed

Store room doors closed and locked

Emergency evacuation information displayed

CPR chart current and displayed

First Aid Box accessible by staff and contents up to date

Staff:client ratio at regulation level or higher

Room at appropriate temperature

Use of natural light and ventilation

Medical information sheets up to date and signed by staff

Noise level appropriate (0 being and empty room, 5 being a full room of service users positively engaged , 10 being clients vocalising in a distressed or constant manner or crying)

Client sign in sheet filled in where in use

Daily routine displayed in visual form for service users

All clients have current daily care records

Equipment clean and in good repair

All service users engaged with activity/ staff-client interactions/ caregiving routines

Appropriate activities for service users with low support needs

Appropriate activities for service users with high support needs

Appropriate activities for service users with complex support needs

Staff dressed in appropriate uniform and abide by correct dress code

Staff have current blue and yellow cards

Medical portfolios available and up to date

Blue folder portfolios available and up to date

Linkages between client goals and programs demonstrated

Linkages between Developmental framework and activities demonstrated

Shift handover reports completed for last 3 days

Is there a sense of home and general appearance of the service outlet -welcoming and friendly

OUTDOOR AREA

Outdoor hazards identified by staff and available for viewing

Equipment clean and in good repair

Area clean and tidy

Storeroom and laundry doors locked or inaccessible to service users

Staff : service user ratios at regulation or higher

Fence checked to assure service users are unable to pass through, or go over or under it and security for the premises is acceptable

Outdoor program is accessible , facilitated and up to date

All service users have hats

All service users have sunscreen applied

Service users have access to drinking water and fresh food snacks

Activities are provided in shaded areas

KITCHEN

Kitchen kept hygienic

Food handling qualifications displayed

Food handling procedures followed

Correct and safe storage of food

Door closed

Area inaccessible to service users for safety and skills deficit reasons

Cupboards containing chemicals are clearly labeled

Material safety data sheets displayed for all chemicals

LAUNDRY

Door closed and inaccessible to service users where applicable

Area kept tidy

Chemicals kept inaccessible to service users with skill deficits

Pet foods are stored in containers to prevent access to pests

Cupboards containing chemicals are clearly labeled

Material safety data sheets displayed for all chemicals

Time complete
Signature
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.