We have the power to investigate any matter related to any NDIS supplier and worker. What is the difference between the NDIS Commission, the NDIS and the NDIA? The NDIS Quality Safeguards Commission & is an independent agency established by law to improve the safety quality & of NDIS supports and services. For the first time, the NDIS Commission brings together several quality and safeguards functions in a single agency, with a set of educational and regulatory powers that apply across Australia. As the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission comes into force across Australia, participants will see changes in the complaints process and in the way restrictive and behavioral support practices are managed.
The NDIS Quality Safeguards Commissioner has the discretionary power to impose specific conditions on any NDIS provider if the services are of poor quality. The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commissioner has the discretionary power to impose specific conditions on any NDIS provider if the services are of poor quality. This agreement is called the NDIS Quality and Protection Framework and aligns the various quality and safeguarding functions performed by each state and territorial government during the initial implementation of the NDIS and includes additional regulatory and research powers.