S-4.2, r. 0.1 - Regulation respecting the certification of community or private resources offering addiction lodging

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8. Every legal person who applies for a temporary certificate of compliance must provide the following documents to the integrated health and social services centre concerned:
(1)  the name and contact information of the legal person and the officers assigned to the management of the resource;
(2)  the address where the legal person wishes to receive correspondence, if different from the address provided for the legal person under paragraph 1;
(3)  the name and address of the resource for which the application is made;
(4)  where applicable, the name of any resource for which the legal person holds or has held a temporary certificate of compliance or a certificate of compliance;
(5)  a certified copy of its constituting act;
(6)  a copy of the registration declaration or, as the case may be, of the initial declaration filed in the enterprise register under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1) and of any updating declaration filed under that Act;
(7)  a certified copy of the resolution of the board of directors authorizing the filing of the application for certification;
(8)  a copy of all the information it provides for the purposes of the establishment and keeping of the register of addiction resources under the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and section 5;
(9)  a written declaration by each officer assigned to the management of the resource and by each director stating that they are aware of the relevant provisions of the Act respecting health services and social services and of this Regulation and that they undertake to comply or ensure compliance with those provisions from the beginning of the period of validity of the temporary certificate of compliance;
(10)  a written declaration by each officer assigned to the management of the resource and by each director, who is, or has been, charged with or convicted of an indictable or other offence, unless, in the case of a conviction, a pardon has been obtained, along with all the information required for the verification of the declaration and written consent, from the person concerned, to the verification and to the disclosure of the results of the verification to the integrated health and social services centre;
(11)  an attestation from the municipality where the resource will be situated confirming that the project does not violate any zoning by-law;
(12)  an attestation from a professional, such as an architect or engineer, confirming that the building or part of a building that will be used for the resource complies with any regulatory provision made under the Building Act (chapter B-1.1) concerning such use, in particular the requirements provided for in the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2);
(13)  a copy of the insurance policies that the operator must hold under the first and second paragraphs of section 12;
(14)  a description of any intervention program that will be used in the resource, including a description of the elements provided for in the third paragraph of section 13 for each program, where applicable;
(15)  a copy of the document describing the mission of the resource referred to in section 17;
(16)  a copy of the contract referred to in section 18;
(17)  the model of the documents that will be used for the assessments required under section 19 and paragraph 1 of section 24;
(18)  a copy of the cooperation agreement with a pharmacist entered into under the second paragraph of section 30 and the care and pharmaceutical services protocol established under the same section;
(19)  the models of the medication inventory grid and distribution log that will be used under subparagraphs 1 and 5 of the second paragraph of section 31, and the list of persons who will be authorized to distribute medication under the first paragraph of that section;
(20)  a copy of the protocol for intervention in crisis and emergency situations and procedures established under section 33;
(21)  the identification of the staff member responsible for coordinating and assessing the intervention team in accordance with section 43 and of the staff member responsible for supervising case workers in accordance with section 44, as well as their work schedule, written proof that they hold a diploma certifying that they successfully completed any of the training required under those sections, a résumé showing that they have acquired the necessary number of years of relevant experience and, where applicable, the copy of the service contract binding them to the operator of the resource;
(22)  a copy of the policy concerning the roles and responsibilities that may be entrusted to the volunteers, the persons lodged and persons who have previously been lodged established under section 48;
(23)  a copy of the evacuation plan in case of fire established under the first paragraph of section 65;
(24)  a copy of the monitoring plan established under the second paragraph of section 67.
694-2016O.C. 694-2016, s. 8.
In force: 2016-08-04
8. Every legal person who applies for a temporary certificate of compliance must provide the following documents to the integrated health and social services centre concerned:
(1)  the name and contact information of the legal person and the officers assigned to the management of the resource;
(2)  the address where the legal person wishes to receive correspondence, if different from the address provided for the legal person under paragraph 1;
(3)  the name and address of the resource for which the application is made;
(4)  where applicable, the name of any resource for which the legal person holds or has held a temporary certificate of compliance or a certificate of compliance;
(5)  a certified copy of its constituting act;
(6)  a copy of the registration declaration or, as the case may be, of the initial declaration filed in the enterprise register under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1) and of any updating declaration filed under that Act;
(7)  a certified copy of the resolution of the board of directors authorizing the filing of the application for certification;
(8)  a copy of all the information it provides for the purposes of the establishment and keeping of the register of addiction resources under the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and section 5;
(9)  a written declaration by each officer assigned to the management of the resource and by each director stating that they are aware of the relevant provisions of the Act respecting health services and social services and of this Regulation and that they undertake to comply or ensure compliance with those provisions from the beginning of the period of validity of the temporary certificate of compliance;
(10)  a written declaration by each officer assigned to the management of the resource and by each director, who is, or has been, charged with or convicted of an indictable or other offence, unless, in the case of a conviction, a pardon has been obtained, along with all the information required for the verification of the declaration and written consent, from the person concerned, to the verification and to the disclosure of the results of the verification to the integrated health and social services centre;
(11)  an attestation from the municipality where the resource will be situated confirming that the project does not violate any zoning by-law;
(12)  an attestation from a professional, such as an architect or engineer, confirming that the building or part of a building that will be used for the resource complies with any regulatory provision made under the Building Act (chapter B-1.1) concerning such use, in particular the requirements provided for in the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2);
(13)  a copy of the insurance policies that the operator must hold under the first and second paragraphs of section 12;
(14)  a description of any intervention program that will be used in the resource, including a description of the elements provided for in the third paragraph of section 13 for each program, where applicable;
(15)  a copy of the document describing the mission of the resource referred to in section 17;
(16)  a copy of the contract referred to in section 18;
(17)  the model of the documents that will be used for the assessments required under section 19 and paragraph 1 of section 24;
(18)  a copy of the cooperation agreement with a pharmacist entered into under the second paragraph of section 30 and the care and pharmaceutical services protocol established under the same section;
(19)  the models of the medication inventory grid and distribution log that will be used under subparagraphs 1 and 5 of the second paragraph of section 31, and the list of persons who will be authorized to distribute medication under the first paragraph of that section;
(20)  a copy of the protocol for intervention in crisis and emergency situations and procedures established under section 33;
(21)  the identification of the staff member responsible for coordinating and assessing the intervention team in accordance with section 43 and of the staff member responsible for supervising case workers in accordance with section 44, as well as their work schedule, written proof that they hold a diploma certifying that they successfully completed any of the training required under those sections, a résumé showing that they have acquired the necessary number of years of relevant experience and, where applicable, the copy of the service contract binding them to the operator of the resource;
(22)  a copy of the policy concerning the roles and responsibilities that may be entrusted to the volunteers, the persons lodged and persons who have previously been lodged established under section 48;
(23)  a copy of the evacuation plan in case of fire established under the first paragraph of section 65;
(24)  a copy of the monitoring plan established under the second paragraph of section 67.
694-2016O.C. 694-2016, s. 8.