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Environmental Health legislation, regulations, standards and other supporting documents help minimize or prevent the risk of illness or injury to the public.
The Public Health Act, 1994
The Food Safety Regulations
Public Eating Establishment Standards – 2019
Slaughter Plant Standards
Provincial Milk Plant Standards – May 2019
The Sanitation Regulations
The Health Hazard Regulations (includes sections that address tanning facilities)
The Plumbing Regulations
The Private Sewage Works Regulations
The Shoreland Pollution Control Regulations, 1976
The Swimming Pool Regulations, 1999
Swimming Pool Design and Operational Standards – July 2012
Whirlpool Design and Operational Standards – July 2012
Errata to July 2012 Issuance of Swimming Pool and Whirlpool Standards – July 2012
The Public Accommodations Regulations
Camp Facility Standards
The Public Health Appeals Regulations
The Public Health Forms Regulations
The Public Health Officers Regulations
The Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act
The Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Regulations
You can find environmental health guidelines, best management practices documents and fact sheets by visiting the Environment, Public Health and Safety section and clicking on a specific topic.
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