S-4.2, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the certification of private seniors’ residence

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SCHEDULE III
(s. 22)
1. Procedure to follow if the life or physical integrity of a resident is in danger:
(1)  ensure the resident’s safety and provide first aid; perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation if required, considering the resident’s wishes;
(2)  call the emergency 911 service and provide all relevant information concerning the emergency;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency identified in the resident’s file kept pursuant to section 57;
(4)  prepare the information required by the ambulance technicians;
(5)  record in the resident’s file, kept pursuant to section 57, a description of the circumstances and facts of the event;
(6)  notify the person responsible at the residence of the situation and nature of the emergency.
2. Procedure to follow in the event of a resident’s death:
(1)  call the emergency 911 service immediately;
(2)  give the authorities all the required information and follow the instructions of the emergency services;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency.
3. Procedure to follow if a resident is absent without reason, in particular when the absence is noticed at meal time:
(1)  question staff members and any person who is considered useful to question about possible reasons for the resident’s absence and places where the resident may possibly be found;
(2)  inspect all rooms in the residence, the resident’s dwelling, the grounds and the surrounding area;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency, and ask them about places where the resident may possibly be found;
(4)  call the emergency 911 service;
(5)  give the police the information sheet referred to in the second paragraph of section 24;
(6)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, the person to be contacted in case of emergency and the police if the resident is found;
(7)  complete the incident or accident report referred to in section 50;
(8)  take all necessary measures, working with the resident, the resident’s close relatives and, if the person is prone to wandering, the integrated health and social services centre concerned, to prevent a reoccurrence of the event.
4. Procedure to follow in the event of a heat wave advisory:
(1)  place a sufficient number of fans in the common areas and, where possible, in rental units;
(2)  distribute cold drinks and water frequently during the day;
(3)  cancel all physical activities in the recreation schedule and advise residents to stay in the shade or go outside late in the day, wear a hat and apply sunscreen;
(4)  ask residents to stay in air-conditioned rooms in the residence, where applicable;
(5)  early in the morning, for the common areas, close windows, drapes and blinds, especially on the sides of the building exposed to the sun; keep them closed until the outdoor temperature drops and educate residents to do the same in their respective rental unit;
(6)  when the outdoor temperature drops, open windows as wide as possible to create drafts and educate residents to do the same in their respective rental unit;
(7)  conduct inspection tours of rental units;
(8)  call the emergency 911 service if any residents have symptoms that point to a deterioration in their physical condition.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, Sch. III.
SCHEDULE III
(s. 22)
1. Procedure to follow if the life or physical integrity of a resident is in danger:
(1)  ensure the resident’s safety and provide first aid; perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation if required, considering the resident’s wishes;
(2)  call the emergency 911 service and provide all relevant information concerning the emergency;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency identified in the resident’s file kept pursuant to section 57;
(4)  prepare the information required by the ambulance technicians;
(5)  record in the resident’s file, kept pursuant to section 57, a description of the circumstances and facts of the event;
(6)  notify the person responsible at the residence of the situation and nature of the emergency.
2. Procedure to follow in the event of a resident’s death:
(1)  call the emergency 911 service immediately;
(2)  give the authorities all the required information and follow the instructions of the emergency services;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency.
3. Procedure to follow if a resident is absent without reason, in particular when the absence is noticed at meal time:
(1)  question staff members and any person who is considered useful to question about possible reasons for the resident’s absence and places where the resident may possibly be found;
(2)  inspect all rooms in the residence, the resident’s dwelling, the grounds and the surrounding area;
(3)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, and the person to be contacted in case of emergency, and ask them about places where the resident may possibly be found;
(4)  call the emergency 911 service;
(5)  give the police the information sheet referred to in the second paragraph of section 24;
(6)  notify the resident’s representative, if applicable, the person to be contacted in case of emergency and the police if the resident is found;
(7)  complete the incident or accident report referred to in section 50;
(8)  take all necessary measures, working with the resident, the resident’s close relatives and, if the person is prone to wandering, the integrated health and social services centre concerned, to prevent a reoccurrence of the event.
4. Procedure to follow in the event of a heat wave advisory:
(1)  place a sufficient number of fans in the common areas and, where possible, in rental units;
(2)  distribute cold drinks and water frequently during the day;
(3)  cancel all physical activities in the recreation schedule and advise residents to stay in the shade or go outside late in the day, wear a hat and apply sunscreen;
(4)  ask residents to stay in air-conditioned rooms in the residence, where applicable;
(5)  early in the morning, for the common areas, close windows, drapes and blinds, especially on the sides of the building exposed to the sun; keep them closed until the outdoor temperature drops and educate residents to do the same in their respective rental unit;
(6)  when the outdoor temperature drops, open windows as wide as possible to create drafts and educate residents to do the same in their respective rental unit;
(7)  conduct inspection tours of rental units;
(8)  call the emergency 911 service if any residents have symptoms that point to a deterioration in their physical condition.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, Sch. III.