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Topics: Laws and Justice Health and Wellness Audience: Health Care Professionals

Views: 283
Last Modified

February 1, 2019

Description

The purpose of this guide is to help you understand the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) and your role in ensuring health and safety at the work site.


Views: 842
Last Modified

February 1, 2019

Description

The purpose of this guide is to help you understand the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) and your role in ensuring health and safety at the work site.


Views: 1096
Last Modified

August 23, 2018

Description

The over-riding objective of the Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols Regulation (DTPR) is to ensure that people who are injured in collisions receive fast and effective treatment to support their recovery. This guide provides information for insurers, lawyers, and primary health care practitioners...


Views: 855
Last Modified

August 30, 2017

Description

This dataset provides information on judicial recommendations arising from public fatality inquiries to the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, and the actions or inactions of responsible entities.


Views: 770
Last Modified

February 2, 2017

Description

Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug in Canada. In 2015, the new Liberal government of Canada announced their plan to legalize cannabis and in June of 2016 a federal task force on cannabis was announced. Guided by this task force, cannabis legislation is expected to be introduced in...


Views: 65
Last Modified

June 30, 2014

Description

Represents the findings of a public fatality inquiry into the death of Colin Cassell, including determination of the date, time, place and circumstances of the death. See the usage considerations section of this record for more information about public fatality inquiries.


Views: 160
Last Modified

October 1, 2012

Description

If an adult doesn't have the capacity to make decisions, a health care provider can choose one of the adult’s relatives to make a one-time, time-sensitive decision. Specific decision-making can be about health care, and/or temporary admission to or discharge from a residential care facility.