S-5 - Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons

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105. The executive director, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the institution.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the institution to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the institution’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  except for persons contemplated in the third paragraph of section 71.1 and pharmacists and the head of the pharmacy department of a hospital centre and unless otherwise provided for by regulation for other categories of institutions, choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the institution’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the institution, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-term care hospital centre, an institution offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the beneficiaries’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre;
(i)  in matters regarding protective supervision of incapable persons and protection mandates, fulfil the obligations provided for in the Civil Code and in the Public Curator Act (chapter C-81). He may however designate the director of professional services to fulfil such obligations.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74; 1984, c. 47, s. 172; 1986, c. 57, s. 6; 1989, c. 54, s. 188; 1992, c. 21, s. 375; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
105. The executive director, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the institution.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the institution to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the institution’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  except for persons contemplated in the third paragraph of section 71.1 and pharmacists and the head of the pharmacy department of a hospital centre and unless otherwise provided for by regulation for other categories of institutions, choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the institution’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the institution, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-term care hospital centre, an institution offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the beneficiaries’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre;
(i)  in matters of protective supervision of unable persons and mandate given by a person for the eventuality of his inability, fulfil the obligations provided for in the Civil Code and in the Public Curator Act (chapter C-81). He may however designate the director of professional services to fulfil such obligations.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74; 1984, c. 47, s. 172; 1986, c. 57, s. 6; 1989, c. 54, s. 188; 1992, c. 21, s. 375.
105. The director general, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  except for persons contemplated in the third paragraph of section 71.1 and pharmacists and the head of the pharmacy department of a hospital centre and unless otherwise provided for by regulation for other categories of establishments, choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-term care hospital centre, an establishment offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the beneficiaries’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre;
(i)  in matters of protective supervision of unable persons and mandate given by a person for the eventuality of his inability, fulfil the obligations provided for in the Civil Code and in the Public Curator Act (chapter C-81). He may however designate the director of professional services to fulfil such obligations.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74; 1984, c. 47, s. 172; 1986, c. 57, s. 6; 1989, c. 54, s. 188.
105. The director general, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  except for persons contemplated in the third paragraph of section 71.1 and pharmacists and the head of the pharmacy department of a hospital centre and unless otherwise provided for by regulation for other categories of establishments, choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-term care hospital centre, an establishment offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the beneficiaries’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74; 1984, c. 47, s. 172; 1986, c. 57, s. 6.
105. The general manager, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  except for persons contemplated in the third paragraph of section 71.1 and pharmacists and the head of the pharmacy department of a hospital centre and unless otherwise provided for by regulation for other categories of establishments, choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-stay care hospital centre, an establishment offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the recipients’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74; 1984, c. 47, s. 172.
105. The general manager, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of a long-stay care hospital centre, an establishment offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the recipients’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76; 1983, c. 54, s. 74.
105. The general manager, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee;
(g)  in the case of a hospital centre, give to the heads of the clinical departments information on the financial and administrative consequences of the activities of the physicians and dentists in their departments;
(h)  in the case of an extended-care hospital centre, an establishment offering such service or a reception centre, meet periodically with the recipients’ committee to inform it about the general administration of the centre.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34; 1981, c. 22, s. 76.
105. The general manager, under the authority of the board of directors, shall be responsible for the administration and operation of the establishment.
He shall in particular:
(a)  see that the resolutions of the board of directors and the administrative committee are carried out;
(b)  prepare and submit the organization plan of the establishment to the board of directors for approval;
(c)  prepare the establishment’s budget, submit it to the board of directors for approval and see to its application in accordance with the approvals and authorizations obtained;
(d)  choose and engage the members of the personnel including the junior managerial personnel and send to the board of directors recommendations on the engagement and appointment of the senior managerial personnel, in accordance with the regulations made under section 154;
(e)  see to the implementation and operation of an effective management and supervisory system to ensure the preservation and use of the establishment’s resources;
(f)  sign, on behalf of the establishment, all contracts authorized by the board of directors or by the administrative committee.
1971, c. 48, s. 70; 1974, c. 42, s. 34.