Belyuen Service Delivery Plan

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1 Core Services Parks,reserves,open Ongoing mowing and Community is visually tidy and spaces & weeds removing foliage debris minimal long grass/weeds evident. control & fire from community spaces No serious community space fire hazard reduction in outbreaks during the period and around No OHS issues. community areas No consumer complaints. Maintenance & Council Office &Training Staff & users of facilities are satisfied upgrade of Centre be maintained with their work environment & matters buildings, facilities to provide a clean and safe raised are addressed. and fixed assets working environment. Use of the Training Centre Objective that nil OHS incidents are be charged out to non reported. Council Service Providers to cover costs of power and cleaning. Ongoing - Council keeps Australian Government leased premises in a clean and operational state Playground equipment Objective that nil OHS incidents are reported. Playground equipment placed in parks to be maintained to a safe standard. No OHS issues. No consumer complaints.

2 Maintenance & Community oval Irrigation problem to be addressed upgrade contd. Maintain oval with regular mowing. Identify and deal with any weed problems Recreation Hall Stage 2 of the hall - electricals, plumbing, fencing, painting to be completed Maintain a safe operable workshop. Staff have requested that a wash down area be constructed at the front of the workshop. Area would also provide a covered landing/unloading bay. Wash down area be constructed at the front of the workshop. Objectives - that the workshop is a safe work environment and there are no OHS issues. Maintain a safe Aged Care Objectives that the Centre is safe Centre for clients that reside there. Council to seek funding to Work areas - kitchen, laundry, office construct a carport out of the are safe and there are no OHS issues. front of the Centre so that Grounds are well maintained. pensioners and staff do not get wet going from the car into the Centre. This is important as the aged and disabled clients can take a long time to get in and out of vehicles and in the wet season they get very wet.

3 Maintain a safe Family Objectives that the Centre is safe Centre for staff and families to participate in activities. Centre is kept clean. Grounds are maintained. There are no OHS issues Maintain a safe Women's Centre Maintain a safe Community Store Maintain a safe airstrip Objectives that the Centre is safe for staff and women and children to to use to undertake activities in. Centre is kept clean and the grounds are maintained.there are no OHS issues. Objectives that the store is safe and meets all public health and environment Legislative requirements. There are no OHS issues. Council seeks funding to replace the POS system, shelving and make changes to the lighting. Meet legislative requirements of providing an airstrip. No OHS issues. Management of the Upgrade the cemetery. The community is satisfied with Community Work to include: the maintenance of the cemetery. Cemetery. reticulation, make the Community has participated in the cemetery larger and replace upgrade and have taken responsibility the fence, erect seating for maintaining their own family graves. and plant trees, conservation/ restoration of graves - Mapping of the cemetery completed work to be done as a and community has access to the

4 cemetery contd. community project with information. Council's support. Council to seek funds to do mapping of cemetery - employ a local person to identify the graves and map on computer Lighting for public Ongoing- Council operates Council undertakes the PowerWater safety, including local street lighting and monthly light audits. street lighting security lighting on council Council ensures security lighting buildings. working. Local roads Entrance to the community Council works with NT Government is widened and traffic and LGANT to ensure the work is done. control installed. Council uses Roads to Recovery Internal roads are maintained. Funding. Council maintains internal roads. There are no pot holes or serious breakages in the road. Waste Management Council to contract out waste Three times a fortnight services are management 3 x fortnight maintained. Minimal wind born litter. bin pick ups. Council to maintain the dump. No OHS issues. No consumer complaints. Fleet, plant & Ongoing- Council maintains Fleet plant & equipment is legally equipment the majority of its fleet usable & minimal OHS issues arise plant & equipment at its workshop Equipment is available for use to deliver council services with only a

5 contd. minimum of 28 days lost through repair/maintenance. Companion animal Council to engage a Vet Pets are healthy and decrease in the welfare and control clinic to look after health number of pets in the community. of community pets on a regular (quarterly) visit Vet visits a minimum of four times basis. per annum. Civic Community NAIDOC week Council supports local activities Events IWD Council seeks one off funding Children's week where possible for community events. Centenery Celebrations Annual Youth week and Youth holiday programs NAPCAN Community Christmas Party Training and Council will provide staff with All staff are engaged in training employment of local access to training to appropriate to their work place. people in Council develop their skills in operations. their work place. All training available to community members. Community Council will continue to hold Workshops and community meetings Engagement community workshops and will be recorded and outcomes of community meetings to decisions made placed on Council engage the community in notice board and distributed around decision making. community service providers and workplaces.

6 Local Government On - going - Council operate Nil Breaches of legislation. Council is Administration a sound and legal viewed by stakeholders and administration in funding agencies as operating accordance with the Local satisfactorily and complying with Government ACT and other acquittal requirements - nil breaches Legislation Set Rates and Council will declare and collect All Rates and Charges and Environment Charges and Rates and Waste Fees will be collected. Environment Fees Management Charges and Environment Fees Emergency Council will have an Council will maintain the Emergency Management Emergency Management Management Plan. Procedures Plan in the event of storms, Council will organise training required cylones, fires, tsumanis. for Committee members to carry out Plan will be published on their tasks. Plan wil be updated Council's website. annually.

7 Council Agency Services Agency Service activity Performance Assessment Aged Care On-going Council manages The service is provided under this service in the agreement which has specific community and provides acquittal and reporting requirements. meals on wheels, house cleaning, laundry & assists CACP's have specific client reporting with personal shopping, requirements. medical appointments, going on outings. The No OHS issues service operates from the No client complaints Imabulk Centre which also provides accommodation Erection of carport out the front of for single homeless men. the Centre. Council to seek increase Government funding to cover real program costs. Council provides brokerage service to deliver 10 CACP's. Women & Children's Ongoing- Council manages The service is provided under Program a Women & Children's agreement which has specific programs at the HUB. acquittal and reporting requirements Program works together with YMCA and Sport and No OHS issues Recreation and Active After No client complaints School Care Alcohol Management Prepare a community Work with community alcohol Plan Alcohol Management Plan reference group to produce a workable and realisitic Plan for the Management of Alcohol at Belyuen.

8 Agency Service activity Performance Assessment Australian Sports On going - Council manages That the maximum number of hours Commission Active After School for each week are delivered to the Program for primary school maximum number of children. aged children Training is undertaken. Program works out of the Euipment is purchased. HUB No OHS issues No client complaints Power and Water On- going - oversee bores Contractual requirements are met Services and chlorination. Maintain Water storage No OHS issues compound. Maintain sewerage ponds. Maintain sewer pump station. Airstrip Ongoing- maintain airstrip Contractual requirements are met. under contract with DPI Private companies using the airstrip and oversee landings and are paying landing fees. take offs. Council to pursue increase in funding to cover No OHS issues real costs to maintain the Annual Inspection results PASS airstrip. Council to monitor use of the airstrip by flying companies to ensure landing fees are paid.

9 Agency Service activity Performance Assessment Centrelink Centrelink Agency support as per Centrelink contract. No OHS issues Council to pursue increase in No client complaints hourly rate paid to Council as a Centrelink Agent NTG Sport & On going - support staff Objective that nil OHS incidents Recreation funded through the sport are reported. Safe work environment and recreation program. Staff are satisfied with appropriate Council to pursue increase in facilities. funding for the program. Programs are being delivered within Program to be part of the the community. HUB concept. Maximum number of participants. Women's Centre Manage the Women's Range of activities is available for Centre and support local art women to do either as an activity or to and craft activities. Ongoing set up a small business in the sale of their work. Training opportunities provided and opporunities to see what other women are doing through trips to other women's centres. No OHS issues. No complaints. Emergency Relief Provide asistance to families Assistance in the way of food or Program in need. power ticket vouchers, clothing, emergency transport is provided on Assistance distributed to the maximum number of clients. No complaints.

10 Agency Service activity Performance Assessment Market Garden Develop the market garden To provide a substantial amount of to produce fresh fruit and fresh fruit and vegetables to supply vegetables to be sold in the the community. To create employment community store and the opportunities and undertake training. Aged Care Program No OHS issues.

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