I-0.2.1, r. 6 - Special program for asylum seekers during COVID-19

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2. For the purposes of this program, eligible employment means any of the following professions according to the National Occupational Classification, practiced in the health sector, with any related conditions:
(1)  home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations (code 4412), but only when mainly performing one or more of the following duties:
(a)  providing care to individuals during periods of incapacitation, convalescence or family disruption;
(b)  administering bedside and personal care to clients such as aiding in ambulating, bathing, personal hygiene, dressing and undressing;
(c)  performing routine health-related duties such as changing non-sterile dressing, assisting in the administration of medications and collecting specimens under the general direction of home care agency supervisors or nurses;
(2)  nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates (code 3413);
(3)  nursing co-ordinators and supervisors (code 3011);
(4)  registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses (code 3012);
(5)  licensed practical nurses (code 3233);
(6)  allied primary health practitioners (code 3124).
A training period in the health sector under a program of studies leading to eligible employment or to meet requirements related to the performance of eligible employment, where the employment is governed by a professional order in Canada, is considered to be eligible employment.
1293-2020O.C. 1293-2020, s. 2.
In force: 2020-12-14
2. For the purposes of this program, eligible employment means any of the following professions according to the National Occupational Classification, practiced in the health sector, with any related conditions:
(1)  home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations (code 4412), but only when mainly performing one or more of the following duties:
(a)  providing care to individuals during periods of incapacitation, convalescence or family disruption;
(b)  administering bedside and personal care to clients such as aiding in ambulating, bathing, personal hygiene, dressing and undressing;
(c)  performing routine health-related duties such as changing non-sterile dressing, assisting in the administration of medications and collecting specimens under the general direction of home care agency supervisors or nurses;
(2)  nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates (code 3413);
(3)  nursing co-ordinators and supervisors (code 3011);
(4)  registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses (code 3012);
(5)  licensed practical nurses (code 3233);
(6)  allied primary health practitioners (code 3124).
A training period in the health sector under a program of studies leading to eligible employment or to meet requirements related to the performance of eligible employment, where the employment is governed by a professional order in Canada, is considered to be eligible employment.
1293-2020O.C. 1293-2020, s. 2.