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Organizations: Health

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Last Modified

October 1, 1997

Description

The Swan Hills Treatment Centre is a facility for the safe disposal of special wastes located approximately 12 kilometers northeast of the town of Swan Hills. A furnace malfunction in October 1996 caused the release of a portion of process gases containing toxic substances into the ambient air....


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Last Modified

November 1, 1996

Description

The Bed and Breakfast Health Standards and Guidelines have been developed to establish minimum health requirements for the operation of bed and breakfasts in Alberta. This standard has been developed to provide operators with a basic understanding of health concerns in their operations. The...


Views: 47
Last Modified

September 1, 1996

Description

This report provides the findings of a descriptive epidemiologic study of asthma, bronchitis and emphysema in Strathcona County. Comparisons of rates of these selected respiratory diseases are made for Ft. Saskatchewan, Edmonton, Ft. McMurray and the province. The study was undertaken at the...


Views: 196
Last Modified

February 26, 1996

Description

This standard outlines techniques that are to be followed to reduce the risk of disease transmission through the proper sanitizing of dishes by dishwashing machines in food establishments.


Views: 26
Last Modified

April 1, 1995

Description

This document consolidates current minimum program standards for basic services provided in continuing care centres, as defined in Alberta Health legislation and policy documents. These standards are the minimum legal requirements expected of continuing care centre operators.


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Last Modified

August 1, 1970

Description

The water quality criteria as set out are to provide the basis for water quality regulation in the Province of Alberta and that, if observed, will permit the maximum use of the water resources and prevent unreasonable use of the water in the province.


Views: 7
Last Modified

June 21, 1968

Description

GCOS requested permission to discharge effluent from the sands tailings pond at the Fort McMurray site into the Athabasca River during periods of high river flow. GCOS outlined the events which made this request necessary in order that an adequate base be developed for a stable 200 foot dike.