S-4.2, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the certification of private seniors’ residences

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7. In addition to the information provided for in the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2), an integrated health and social services centre must collect and update the following information for the purposes of constituting and keeping the register of private seniors’ residences:
(1)  the name and address of the residence and its opening date;
(2)  the name and address of the operator and, in the case of a legal person or partnership, its name, mode of constitution and the business number assigned by the enterprise registrar in accordance with the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(3)  the name and address of the shareholders or, as the case may be, partners;
(4)  the date on which the operator took possession of the residence;
(5)  where applicable, the names and addresses of the other private seniors’ residences held by the operator;
(6)  where applicable, the name of the associations representing private seniors’ residences of which the operator is a member;
(7)  the total number of rental units in the congregate residential facility;
(8)  the total number and the number of the rental units that form the private seniors’ residence, also specifying whether they are rooms or apartments;
(9)  the number of residents in each of the determined age groups;
(10)  whether or not there are care units in the residence;
(11)  whether or not there is an ambulatory care service;
(12)  where applicable, for each work shift, the number of staff members in charge of providing personal assistance services, the number of nurses and nursing assistants present in the residence and the total number of staff members present in the residence.
For the purposes of the register, the integrated centre must also collect and update the following information on the building pursuant to the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services:
(1)  the number of floors in the residence and the type of elevator with which it is equipped, if any;
(2)  the type of construction of the building;
(3)  the characteristics of the building’s basement and its use, if applicable;
(4)  whether or not there is an access ramp to the building;
(5)  whether or not the residence is equipped with a sprinkler system and the drinking water supply source;
(6)  whether or not there are hot water mixing valves and detection and alarm equipment in the rental units;
(7)  the presence of an alternative source to the main electric power supply source.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, s. 7.
In force: 2018-04-05
7. In addition to the information provided for in the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2), an integrated health and social services centre must collect and update the following information for the purposes of constituting and keeping the register of private seniors’ residences:
(1)  the name and address of the residence and its opening date;
(2)  the name and address of the operator and, in the case of a legal person or partnership, its name, mode of constitution and the business number assigned by the enterprise registrar in accordance with the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(3)  the name and address of the shareholders or, as the case may be, partners;
(4)  the date on which the operator took possession of the residence;
(5)  where applicable, the names and addresses of the other private seniors’ residences held by the operator;
(6)  where applicable, the name of the associations representing private seniors’ residences of which the operator is a member;
(7)  the total number of rental units in the congregate residential facility;
(8)  the total number and the number of the rental units that form the private seniors’ residence, also specifying whether they are rooms or apartments;
(9)  the number of residents in each of the determined age groups;
(10)  whether or not there are care units in the residence;
(11)  whether or not there is an ambulatory care service;
(12)  where applicable, for each work shift, the number of staff members in charge of providing personal assistance services, the number of nurses and nursing assistants present in the residence and the total number of staff members present in the residence.
For the purposes of the register, the integrated centre must also collect and update the following information on the building pursuant to the third paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services:
(1)  the number of floors in the residence and the type of elevator with which it is equipped, if any;
(2)  the type of construction of the building;
(3)  the characteristics of the building’s basement and its use, if applicable;
(4)  whether or not there is an access ramp to the building;
(5)  whether or not the residence is equipped with a sprinkler system and the drinking water supply source;
(6)  whether or not there are hot water mixing valves and detection and alarm equipment in the rental units;
(7)  the presence of an alternative source to the main electric power supply source.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, s. 7.