S-2.2, r. 2.1 - Minister’s Regulation under the Public Health Act

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29. A health professional with the authority to make a diagnosis must report in writing to the competent public health director, within 48 hours of the diagnosis, the following intoxications, infections and diseases:
(1)  asbestosis;
(2)  hepatic angiosarcoma;
(3)  occupational asthma;
(4)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the health professional with the authority to make a diagnosis has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an exposure of environmental or occupational origin to chemicals through:
(a)  alcohols;
(b)  aldehydes;
(c)  ketones;
(d)  corrosives;
(e)  esters;
(f)  ethers;
(g)  glycols;
(h)  hydrocarbons and other volatile organic compounds;
(i)  metals and metalloids;
(j)  pesticides;
(k)  dusts and mineral fibers;
(5)  berylliosis;
(6)  byssinosis;
(7)  lung cancer linked to asbestos and whose occupational origin has been confirmed by a special committee on occupational lung diseases established pursuant to section 231 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3.001);
(8)  outbreak of vancomycin-resistant enterococci;
(9)  outbreak of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus;
(10)  epidemic gastroenteritis of unspecified origin;
(11)  Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and its variants;
(12)  mesothelioma;
(13)  acute flaccid paralysis;
(14)  congenital rubella;
(15)  silicosis;
(16)  hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) or thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) associated to Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli;
(17)  food or water poisoning.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 29; S.Q. 2020, c. 6, s. 71.
29. A physician must report in writing to the competent public health director, within 48 hours of the diagnosis, the following intoxications, infections and diseases:
(1)  asbestosis;
(2)  hepatic angiosarcoma;
(3)  occupational asthma;
(4)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the physician has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an exposure of environmental or occupational origin to chemicals through:
(a)  alcohols;
(b)  aldehydes;
(c)  ketones;
(d)  corrosives;
(e)  esters;
(f)  ethers;
(g)  glycols;
(h)  hydrocarbons and other volatile organic compounds;
(i)  metals and metalloids;
(j)  pesticides;
(k)  dusts and mineral fibers;
(5)  berylliosis;
(6)  byssinosis;
(7)  lung cancer linked to asbestos and whose occupational origin has been confirmed by a special committee on occupational lung diseases established pursuant to section 231 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3.001);
(8)  outbreak of vancomycin-resistant enterococci;
(9)  outbreak of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus;
(10)  epidemic gastroenteritis of unspecified origin;
(11)  Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and its variants;
(12)  mesothelioma;
(13)  acute flaccid paralysis;
(14)  congenital rubella;
(15)  silicosis;
(16)  hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) or thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) associated to Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli;
(17)  food or water poisoning.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 29.
In force: 2019-10-17
29. A physician must report in writing to the competent public health director, within 48 hours of the diagnosis, the following intoxications, infections and diseases:
(1)  asbestosis;
(2)  hepatic angiosarcoma;
(3)  occupational asthma;
(4)  injury of the cardiac, digestive, hematopoietic, urinary, pulmonary or neurological systems where the physician has serious reason to believe that the injury is the result of an exposure of environmental or occupational origin to chemicals through:
(a)  alcohols;
(b)  aldehydes;
(c)  ketones;
(d)  corrosives;
(e)  esters;
(f)  ethers;
(g)  glycols;
(h)  hydrocarbons and other volatile organic compounds;
(i)  metals and metalloids;
(j)  pesticides;
(k)  dusts and mineral fibers;
(5)  berylliosis;
(6)  byssinosis;
(7)  lung cancer linked to asbestos and whose occupational origin has been confirmed by a special committee on occupational lung diseases established pursuant to section 231 of the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (chapter A-3.001);
(8)  outbreak of vancomycin-resistant enterococci;
(9)  outbreak of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus;
(10)  epidemic gastroenteritis of unspecified origin;
(11)  Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and its variants;
(12)  mesothelioma;
(13)  acute flaccid paralysis;
(14)  congenital rubella;
(15)  silicosis;
(16)  hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) or thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) associated to Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli;
(17)  food or water poisoning.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 29.