This regulation specifies the speed limits on the streets of the borough.
The Alberta Health Act will require the Minister of Health and Wellness to establish: a health charter that sets out expectations and responsibilities within the health system; a health advocate to address citizen concerns with the health system as they relate to the health charter; and a process to provide for public input in the development of health regulations made under the Act.
This regulation outlines the powers and duties of the Alberta Cancer Foundation as well as it's objectives
This regulation states that the expected results that the Minister of Healthy Living and Sport is to achieve for the purposes of section 5 (3) of the Act are as follows: (a) initiate and monitor the implementation of an ActNow BC Action Plan; (b) with input from other ministries, monitor and support the evaluation of ministry-led initiatives aimed at ActNow BC targets; (c) manage a public awareness campaign for ActNow BC and its message of choosing an active and healthy lifestyle; (d) facilitate partnerships with the broader public sector, including schools, health authorities, colleges and universities, and with persons in the private sector in order to achieve ActNow BC goals; (e) report on the results referred to in paragraphs (a) to (d) to the Government Caucus Committee on Social Development.
This Act requires that an organization shall communicate with the public in the Inuit Language when delivering health services.
This Act deals largely with the prevention of infectious diseases, which may or may not be carcinogenic, including vaccination.
This Act provides a comprehensive framework for the protection and promotion of public health in the Northwest Territories. It outlines specific requirements of health care professionals when diagnosing, testing, or immunizing for a notifiable disease (includes cancers and benign tumors) and allows the Chief Public Health Officer to establish a voluntary immunization program for all or a part of the Northwest Territories. It grants the Commissioner the power to make regulations including (but not limited to) those respecting food safety, water supply, immunization for the prevention or treatment of diseases as notifiable immunizations.
Subject to The Regional Health Services Act, the agency is responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of cancer care services throughout Saskatchewan in collaboration with regional health authorities and health care organizations. The agency is also responsible for providing services relevant to: (i) the detection, diagnosis, testing, treatment and monitoring of individuals, including follow-up care, performance outcome analysis and assessment of treatment outcomes; (ii) the provision and delivery of treatment or rehabilitation services to individuals; (iii) the education of health care providers and Saskatchewan residents respecting cancer and the prevention of cancer; (iv) the prevention and screening of individuals for cancers; (v) cancer research and studies, including statistical analysis; etc.
The purpose of this Act is to support and encourage cancer prevention initiatives, including research, education, public policy development and social marketing initiatives and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, to support and promote expanded and new cancer screening programs to detect signs of cancer at an early stage; to support and promote the creation and operation of a virtual research institute to co-ordinate cancer research in Alberta; to support and promote the co-ordination of and collaboration on public, private, provincial, national and international research and screening programs; to support and encourage any other initiatives set out in the regulations.
This regulation outlines to duties of a medical officer of health in reference to the reporting of health hazards.
This Act states that the Commissioner submits advisory opinions to the Minister on the state of health and welfare of the population in light particularly of retrospective analysis of the impact of government policy on that state.
This Act raises awareness of prostate cancer in Saskatchewan by designating the month of September of each year as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the province.
This regulation describes the services each health care facility (addiction treatment centre; complex care centre; health centre; hospital; residential treatment centre; and special-care home) are responsible for providing prevention-related services include health education and health promotion.
The purpose of the Act is to advance the concept that health and social development is a process by which communities and governments work together to identify needs and to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and services through the progressive empowerment of communities. The primary objectives of this act are to protect, promote, and restore the well-being of residents of the Yukon in harmony with the physical, social, economic, and cultural environments in which they live and to facilitate equitable access to quality health and social programs and services.
This Act promotes the maintenance and enhancement of health and well-being. Sections of interest include: surveillance, promotion and prevention, reporting infections and diseases, reporting to public health authorities, vaccination (including hepatitis B and HPV), health promotion and prevention.
The Regional Health Authorities Act makes regional health authorities responsible to the Minister for ensuring the provision of acute care hospital services, community and long-term care services, public health protection and promotion services and other related services.
This Act requires that every employer shall ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable for the employer to do so, the health and safety of workers engaged in the work of that employer and workers not engaged in work, but present on the work site.
This Act governs the Alberta Cancer Board. The Alberta Cancer Board is mandated to coordinate cancer research, prevention and treatment to meet measurable milestones toward a Cancer Free Future. The Act also establishes regulations for the Alberta Cancer Foundation, which raises funds for the Alberta Cancer Board. Together, these two organizations work toward a world without cancer for future generations.
This Act enables the delivery of public health services to protect and promote the health and well-being of the people of Alberta. It allows the Minister to make regulations respecting immunization, food safety standards, and sanitation.
This Act governs Nova Scotia's District Health Authorities. The object of the District Health Authorities includes maintaining and improve the health of residents of the district.
This Act establishes the Health Research Foundation whose purpose includes conducting health research in the Province, including the fields of health policy, health promotion and health care.
This Act establishes The Manitoba Round Table for Sustainable Development to promote sustainable development in Manitoba and provide advice and recommendations to government. One of the main goals of the round table was to develop The Sustainable Development Strategy, which set out strategic plans for achieving sustainability in specific economic, environmental, resource, human health and social policy sectors.
The Regional Health Authorities Act was amended by providing specifications relevant to agreements between Regional Health Authorities and Health Corporations in the delivery of health services.
This Act establishes the health services and social services plan which aims to maintain and improve the physical, mental and social capacity of persons to act in their community and to carry out the roles they intend to assume in a manner which is acceptable to themselves and to the groups to which they belong. The protection of public health is noted as the main focus of the plan.
This repealed regulation enabled the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care to pay grants for the purpose of assisting applicants to undertake health promotion projects or initiatives designed to support and enhance the ability of individuals to increase control over and improve their health.
This Act defines the power of the Ministers of the Department of Health and the Department of Health Promotion and Protection.
The Hamlets Act provides municipalities with the power to create bylaws governing roads and highways (including those designating sidewalks, curbs, medians, and work on municipal roads etc.), sewage management, the manufacture and use of chemicals, the construction and operation of incinerators, to exercise public health powers (including regulation of smoking in public places), recreation programs, services, and facilities, public transit systems, air pollution, and business licenses.
The Act provides a comprehensive framework for the protection and promotion of public health in Nunavut. It allows the Commissioner to make regulations including (but not limited to) those respecting the control and prevention of communicable diseases, including vaccination, the use of noxious materials including fertilizers, sprays or preservatives dangerous to the public health, the protection of the health of persons from occupational exposures, and water and air pollution.
This Act outlines the duties of the Ministry regarding health, matters of life and death, and preventative measures. It also outlines duties of public health professionals.
This Act specifies that The Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation Act will be re-named The Cancercare Manitoba Act, and that The Manitoba Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation is continued as a corporation under the name "CancerCare Manitoba". The objects of the corporation are to conduct programs for the diagnosis of, treatment of, and research in cancer, including, among others: (a) long term planning for provincial cancer control; (b) education of the public in the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of cancer; and (c) adoption of other measures for preventing or minimizing the development or spread of cancer.
Part II of this code deals with Occupational Health and Safety. The purpose of this Part is to prevent accidents and injury to health arising out of, linked with or occurring in the course of employment to which this Part applies.
This Act provides authority for the establishment of public health standards, such as food safety.
This Charter states that every person has a right to have the civil administration, health services and social services, public utility enterprises, professional orders, associations of employees and all enterprises doing business in Québec communicated in French.