Prevention Policies Directory

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We've listed 11 policies under your selection of "Location". The most recently adopted policies are first.

Moncton Bylaw No P-416 – Bylaw Regulating Waste Collection and Disposal in the City of Moncton

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2016

This regulation specifies the types of waste suitable for waste collection. On the other hand, certain waste unsuitable for collection can be safely disposed of by the Regional Services Commission, including hazardous and radioactive materials.

Moncton Bylaw No. P-215 – A bylaw relating to the regulation and control of the discharge of wastewater and stormwater runoff into the sewerage works of the city of Moncton

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
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Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2015

This bylaw restricts the release of materials such as fuel, phenolic compounds, flammable materials, wastes containing radioactive material, reactive substances, cyanide or sulphide-based wastes and other compounds that may explode in the wastewater of the sewage system.

Moncton – Municipal Plan

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Alcohol consumption, Built environment, Nutrition, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Accessibility, Active transportation, Alcohol, Bicycling infrastructure, Community gardens, Complete streets, Drinking water, Food prices, Food provision, Food retail, Food security, Intermodal transportation, Local food, Nutrition, Outlet density, Park, Parking management, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Retrofitting, Rural context, Snow clearing, Streetscaping, Traffic calming, Trail
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2014

Moncton Zoning Bylaw Z-213

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Pedestrian infrastructure
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2012

Moncton Bylaw 209 – A Bylaw Relating to the Regulation and Control of the Discharge of Wastewater and Stormwater Runoff into the Sewage Works of the City of Moncton

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2009

This bylaw does not allow for the following substances to be discharged into any sanitary sewer, in whole or in concentrations indicated in the bylaw: gasoline, benzene, naphtha, pesticides, herbicides, radioactive materials, PCBs, chromium, nickel, lead, and cadmium.

Moncton Recreational Facilities Policy

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Physical activity
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2008
The policy has been developed in consultation with sport organizations and is intended to encourage and promote fair play and good sportsmanship. After three violations, the individual is banned from city-sponsored recreational activities.

Moncton Bylaw P-406 – Relating to the Collection and Disposal of Waste in the City of Moncton

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2006

This bylaw regulates waste collection and disposal in the city of Moncton. Schedule D of this bylaw outlines that household hazardous waste (HHW) products are classified as non-disposable waste and must be disposed of at a specialized hazardous waste site. Schedule C also includes a list of HHW products, some of which are or contain known carcinogens.

Moncton Order No. Z-1202 – Concerning the safe operation and maintenance of gravel pits

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Occupational and environmental exposures
Policy intervention:
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2002

This regulation specifies, among other things, the measures taken to prevent dust from falling on neighboring properties.
In addition, it is forbidden to undertake or continue an excavation if: the work is likely to endanger or harm any people, damage neighboring properties, harm the water supply system or the public sewer and watercourse system.

Moncton Active Transportation Plan

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick
Risk factor: Built environment, Physical activity
Policy intervention: Active transportation, Bicycling infrastructure, Pedestrian infrastructure, Public transit, Road safety, Trail
Year last amended:
Year of adoption: 2002