JASANZ Endorsed Programs
Human Services Quality Standards (QLD)
This is the quality assurance framework used by the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors, the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women and Queensland Health (the departments) for assessing and promoting improvement in the quality of human services.
ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems
Implementing a quality management system will help you to focus on the important areas of your business and improve organisational performance. Achieving certification to the ISO 9001:2015 standard indicates to your customers that your quality management system meets international standards and your organisation is committed to continuous improvement.
Disability Employment and Supported Employment Services
This standard applies to organisations that receive Commonwealth funding for programs administered by the Department of Social Services for disability employment and supported employment services.
Disability Advocacy Program
This standard applies to organisations that receive Commonwealth funding for programs administered by the Department of Social Services for disability advocacy.
Alcohol and other Drug and Human Services Standard
This standard is for organisations providing human services in the alcohol and other drug sector to ensure that their services are safe, quality, evidence informed and culturally responsive.
Standard for Therapeutic Communities and Residential Rehabilitation Services
This standard is for organisations providing services to adults, young people, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are resident members within a Therapeutic Community or Residential Rehabilitation Service.
National Safety and Quality in Health Service Standards
IHCA Certification is committed to working closely with Health Service Organisations in planning their audit and achieving accreditation.
NDIS Practice Standards
To achieve registration as an NDIS provider, the NDIS Commission requires assurance that certain standards of quality and safety in the delivery of services and supports are met. Providers will require either verification or certification of their services to achieve registration.