Tina Long, director of nursing and midwifery said: "Since the letter was issued, the regulating body, the Local Supervising Authority (Midwifery), carried out their annual audit of the Trust midwifery services.
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SA stands for Supervising Authority
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The draft Prohibition of Unfair Practices in Schools Bill 2012 mandates, besides a monetary penalty, a prison term of up to three years for the principal or the supervising authority of any school that refuses to admit or expels a student suffering from HIV/ AIDs or any other serious ailment.
Kath Mannion, local supervising authority midwifery officer for the North East, said: "In the current circumstances the temporary closure of the midwifery-led unit at Berwick Infirmary is the only way that we can be assured that midwifery services remain at the highest possible quality.
The panel has heard evidence the local supervising authority has devised a detailed and robust programme to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the public.
The acquisition concludes a competitive tender process held by the Privatization and Public Enterprises Supervising Authority on behalf of the Government of Ethiopia.
Today we have a supervising authority which performs its duties in an exemplary manner and we cannot be the pan-European exception,'' he went on to say.
A) - Turkey's Tunceli University has established language departments in Zazaki and Kurmanci, two major dialects of the Kurdish language, after the country's higher education supervising authority accepted the university appeal.
A comprehensive reform of the legal framework may play an important role in removal of shortcomings and will allow the supervising authority to take timely actions to resolve arising problems, said Christian Beddies.