S-4.2, r. 5.1 - Regulation respecting certain terms of employment applicable to officers of agencies and health and social services institutions

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29.0.1. An officer receives an allowance for critical care of 14% of the officer’s salary if the officer directly supervises a coronary unit and the following activity centres:
(1)  emergency room;
(2)  intensive care;
(3)  neonatal unit;
(4)  burn unit.
As of 10 July 2016, an officer who directly supervises an activity centre, medical emergency intervention service of Québec, also receives an allowance for critical care of 14% of the officer’s salary.
As of 1 April 2017, an officer who holds an office of senior managerial advisor in nursing care to supervise the quality of the practice and whose usual powers of his office are exercised at more than 50% in a unit or activity centre referred to in the first or second paragraph receives an allowance for critical care of 14% of the officer’s salary. As of that same date, the officer who coordinates the unit’s or activity centre’s evening, night, weekend or statutory holiday activities referred to in the first or second paragraph receives 25% of that allowance.
The allowances are paid to the officer in the form of a lump sum in proportion to the time worked and according to the procedures of the employer’s pay system. A statutory holiday, a flexible leave, an annual leave and a personal leave are considered to be time worked.
M.O. 2013-006, s. 6; 2017-004M.O. 2017-004, s. 8;2018-006M.O. 2018-006, s. 4.
29.0.1. An officer receives an allowance for critical care of 14% of the officer’s salary if the officer directly supervises a coronary unit and the following activity centres:
(1)  emergency room;
(2)  intensive care;
(3)  neonatal unit;
(4)  burn unit.
As of 10 July 2016, an officer who directly supervises an activity centre, medical emergency intervention service of Québec, also receives an allowance for critical care of 14% of the officer’s salary.
The allowances are paid to the officer in the form of a lump sum in proportion to the time worked and according to the procedures of the employer’s pay system. A statutory holiday, a flexible leave, an annual leave and a personal leave are considered to be time worked.
M.O. 2013-006, s. 6; 2017-004M.O. 2017-004, s. 8.
29.0.1. An officer directly supervising a critical care unit whose services are emergencies, intensive care, the neonatal unit, the burn unit or the coronary unit, receives as of 25 April 2012 an allowance for critical care of 13% of the officer’s salary. The allowance is 14% as of 1 April 2014.
The officer also receives an additional allowance of 14.30% of the officer’s salary for the period from 25 April 2012 to 31March 2013.
The allowances are paid to the officer in the form of a lump sum in proportion to the time worked and according to the procedures of the employer’s pay system. A statutory holiday, a flexible leave, an annual leave and a personal leave are considered to be time worked.
M.O. 2013-006, s. 6.