This bylaw defines permitted uses for various zones within the City of Iqaluit including, but not limited to, recreation facilities, drinking establishments, parks and water treatment.
This bylaw prohibits the application of pesticides on public properties (e.g. school, licensed day care center, park, playground, licensed senior citizens’ nursing homes, university, college, or hospital).
Section 48 of the regulation requires that the Chief Executive Officers of health care facilities providing diagnostic imaging services take steps to provide protection against ionizing radiation. Section 50 also states that if a hospital has a diagnostic imaging department with a qualified radiologist in charge, investigations must be undertaken under his/her authority, and he or she must set up standard operating procedures to protect patients and staff.
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.
This regulation requires that hospitals shall provide suitable protection against x-ray and other types of ionizing radiation in a manner and to a degree satisfactory to the Board.
This regulation addresses the proper storage, handling, and use of pesticides to prevent them from contaminating soil, water, and air. It also protects food sources, humans, and valuable plants and animals from exposure. It does not permit the application of any domestic pesticide within a rental dwelling in which people live, or within the buildings of or on the grounds of a school, hospital, nursing home or daycare facility unless authorized to do so.
Section 15(1) requires a worker who supports, positions, or restrains a patient or resident during X-ray irradiation of the patient or resident shall be provided with and wear a protective apron and protective gloves and, where appropriate, a protective collar. Section 15(2) requires that the equipment provided under subsection (1) shall have a lead equivalence of at least 0.5 millimetres.
This bylaw relates to the handling and disposal of biomedical waste sharps. It requires that biomedical waste sharps to be stored in suitable containers and not to be mixed with other garbage.
This regulation requires hospitals to have sufficient protection against x-ray and other forms of ionizing radiation.
This Act develops and maintains an environmental protection and management system in Manitoba and prohibits unauthorized release of pollutants. It also prohibits the use of prescribed pesticides in, on or over a lawn or exterior property of a school, hospital, or child care centre unless uses are related to agriculture, forestry, golf course operations, or the protection of public health and safety.