also found that prior to this inspection, a Cleveland Fire Brigade fire safety audit had identified failures in fire safety provisions and put an immediate action plan with deadlines for completion in place.
report states the home 'requires improvement' in the 'effectiveness', 'caring' and 'responsiveness' categories.
This is reflected in the CQC
outcomes we will continue to maintain and build upon our current standards by developing on our current robust quality monitoring systems further'' Detailed reports can be retrieved from CQC
website by following this link: http://www.cqc.org.uk/provider/1-101670641
As a result, the CQC
is planning new measures to improve its performance and change staff attitudes.
But the CQC
report repeatedly expressed concern that staffing shortages were compromising safety at the home on Ashworth Green, Dewsbury.
The details of problems at the home emerged during a surprise CQC
visit in September which came after relatives raised concerns.
inspection was carried out in January and February this year and the trust has responded by drawing up 97 "resolutions" - featuring 163 actions - in a blueprint agreed by its bosses on Tuesday.
's new inspection programme, all of England's GP practices are being given a rating according to whether they are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led.
The former chief executive of the CQC
Cynthia Bower and her then deputy Jill Finney were named yesterday as having been present during a discussion of the deletion of an internal review which criticised the regulator's inspections of University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, as well as media manager Anna Jefferson, who is still at the Commission.
The surgery also failed to review records of children on the safeguarding register, said the CQC
. However, it did note that since the last inspection the health centre had provided evidence that all staff had now carried out training relevant to their role.
found significant improvements were needed at The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust, particularly around the safety and leadership of diagnostic imaging and the safety of urgent and emergency care.
Mr Woodcock also demanded that three CQC
officials accused of covering up the scandal should face a police probe.