An Aberdeen care worker has been accused of putting people at risk while on duty.
Racheal Siti will appear before the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) over a number of charges relating to her time as a senior care worker at Northcote Lodge Care Home on Craigton Road.
On or around February 6, 2015, Ms Siti is said to have left a service user alone in the toilet despite calls for help, as well as pushing the same person on her back.
She also is charged with throwing another service user’s legs on to a bed.
Between September 18, 2014, and September 19, 2014, she is said to have ignored a nurse call system made by someone staying at the home.
The charges say these acts could have put people in danger.
She is accused of sleeping while on duty between January 30, 2015, and January 31, 2015, and in doing so put service users at risk.
According to Grampian Care Data, there is a maximum capacity of 60 at the care home.
Ms Siti is set to attend a hearing before SSSC on Thursday and Friday at the watchdog’s headquarters in Dundee.
The council’s conduct sub-committee will consider whether the charges are proven and, if proven, whether the acts constitute misconduct and Ms Siti has breached the SSSC Code of Practice for Social Service Workers.
Northcote Lodge Care Home manager Diane Livingston could not confirm or deny if Ms Siti is still working at the service.