Multiple resident toilets were found to be non-functional and not equipped with minimum sanitary requirements. Resident washrooms were not being cleaned and disinfected frequently enough to ensure they were maintained in a sanitary manner.
Diseases resulting from similar errors in infection control may include:
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A complaint was identified from a member of the public on July 12, 2016, related to infection prevention and control concerns.
An initial onsite investigation was conducted on July 12, 2016.
|A verbal order, followed by a written order issued due to water damage and potential mould concerns within a resident room||The resident room is to remain vacant until all subsequent issues in written order complied with||Sept. 25, 2017|
|A potential mould problem in a basement storage room||Remediate issue and repair wall||Nov. 29, 2016|
|Communal and private washrooms were observed to be in unsanitary condition||Clean and disinfectant washrooms||Sept. 8, 2016|
|Communal resident toilets were found not properly functional and equipped||Repair non-functional toilets and equip with minimum requirements||Sept. 8, 2016|
|A pest problem in a resident room||Remediate pest control problem in resident room||Sept. 8, 2016|
In the event that a direct health risk is identified for clients who visited this establishment, Niagara Region Public Health will contact those at risk with advice around any medical follow-up.
For general updates regarding this investigation, continue to monitor this website.