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CHAPTER 111

OF THE

ACTS OF 1960

amended 1974, c. 125; 2012, c. 29

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An Act to Incorporate
Nova Scotia Association of Health Organizations

title amended 1974, c. 125, s. 1.

Nova Scotia Association of Health Organizations

รวมเกมส์ 1 (1) Michael McDonald of Sydney, in the County of Cape Breton, Hospital Administrator, Margaret McLean, of Glace Bay, in the County of Cape Breton, Hospital Administrator, Donald Joseph Gillis, of Glace Bay, in the County of Cape Breton, Barrister, John Davison McClearn, of Liverpool, in the County of Queens, Transportation Officer, John Henry McCallum, of New Glasgow, in the County of Pictou, Business Manager, Cyril Fraser Matheson, of Halifax, in the County of Halifax, Hospital Administrator, and John Douglas Mosher, of Kentville, in the County of Kings, Business Administrator, and such other persons and corporations as pursuant to the by-laws become members of the body hereby incorporated are created a body corporate, under the name "Nova Scotia Association of Health Organizations", hereinafter called the Association.

(2) The Association may also be known as Health Association Nova Scotia. 1960, c. 111, s. 1; 1974, c. 125, s. 1; 2012, c. 29, s. 1.

Objects

2 The objects of the Association shall be:

(a) to seek and accept membership in the Association from organizations or persons involved in health care or organizations or persons that affect the social determinants of health;

(b) to study, consider, discuss, accumulate and distribute information and advice to members of the Association regarding:

รวมเกมส์ (c) to administer or provide for and pay for the administration of a pension plan or plans for employees of the Association and of any member thereof;

(d) to administer or provide for the administration of group life , long-term disability and other health and welfare plans for employees of the Association and of any member thereof;

(e) to provide liaison with and representation to the Government of Nova Scotia, the Health Services and Insurance Commission or any department of Government as may be required from time to time, on behalf of members of the Association;

(f) to provide a method and means of discussing matters of mutual interest with associations or persons employed or retained by members of the Association and to make recommendations regarding such matters to the members;

(g) to provide a method and means of discussing matters that affect or concern members of the Association with municipal and local governments or associations of the same;

(h) to develop and provide educational programs for persons involved in the delivery of health care, either by itself or in association with other associations and to initiate, develop or participate in such research programs as may be desired;

รวมเกมส์ (i) to make known to the public, the aims and objects of the Association and the attitudes of the Association on matters affecting or concerning the members of the Association;

(j) for the purposes aforesaid, to acquire the property and assets, and the rights and privileges and assume the obligations of an unincorporated association known as Nova Scotia Hospital Association ;

(k) to provide services that best meet members' needs; and

(l) to provide services to non-members in which the benefits accrue to the members. 1974, c. 125, s. 2; 2012, c. 29 s. 2.

Powers

3 The Association may:

(a) become associated with or be a member of any provincial, national or international association of institutions involved in the delivery of health care that the Association considers advisable to carry out the objects of the Association;

(b) develop or participate in accreditation programs or other services available for the voluntary inspection of facilities and services for the delivery of health care and for the general improvement of standards and procedures in institutions involved in the delivery of health care and their plant and equipment.[;]

(c) engage, employ or retain such persons as may be required from time to time to carry out the objects of the Association;

(d) purchase, acquire, lease and hold such real and personal property as may be required for its purposes and from time to time sell, convey, mortgage and lease the same;

(e) by its proper signing officers, make, accept, draw and endorse, discount and execute such promissory notes, bills of exchange, cheques, and other negotiable instruments as may be necessary to carry out the objects and purposes of the Association;

(f) do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the exercise of its powers and the attainment of its objects. 1960, c. 111, s. 3; 1974, c. 125, s. 3; 2012, c. 29, s. 3.

By-laws

4 The Association may make and adopt by-laws, rules, and regulations for the following:

(a) the membership of organizations or persons involved in health care or organizations or persons that affect the social determinants of health and their representation in the Association and for the admission, suspension and retirement of such members;

รวมเกมส์ (b) the establishment of different classes of membership and for the admission of persons to any class of membership;

(c) the establishment and collection of fees and dues;

(d) the election and appointment of officers, directors and committees and the definition of their duties;

(e) prescribing the powers and duties of the directors and providing for the delegation of any or all of the powers of the Association to the directors;

(f) the safe-keeping and protection of the assets and funds of the Association and the regulation, management and preservation of its property and interests;

(g) the organization within the Association of such regional or other groups as may be required; and

(h) the convening and holding of meetings of the Association. 1960, c. 111, s. 4; 1974, c. 125, s. 4; 2012, c. 29, s. 4.

Pension plans

5 With respect to the pension plan or plans referred to in clause (c) of Section 2 the Association may:

(a) make and adopt by-laws, rules and regulations governing the said pension plan or plans;

(b) establish methods of contribution to the said pension plan or plans and fix and collect the contributions required for the same;

(c) select and contract with such insurance underwriters as may be required and execute trust agreements appointing trustees to administer the funds of the said pension plan or plans;

(d) negotiate and execute agreements with members of the Association for their participation in the said pension plan or plans. 1960, c. 111, s. 5; 1974, c. 125, s. 5.

Life, health and welfare plans

6 With respect to group life , long-term disability and other health and welfare plans referred to in clause (d) of Section 2, the Association may:

(a) make and adopt by-laws, rules and regulations governing the said group life , long-term disability and other health and welfare plans;

(b) establish methods of contribution to the said group life , long-term disability and other health and welfare plans and fix and collect the contributions and premiums required for the same;

(c) select and contract with such insurance underwriters , administrators or service providers as may be required;

(d) negotiate and execute agreements with members of the Association for their participation in the said group life, long-term disability and other health and welfare plans. 1960, c. 111, s. 6; 1974, c. 125, s. 6; 2012, c. 29, s. 5.

Board of Directors

7 (1) The management of the Association shall be vested in a Board of Directors.

(2) The number of persons comprising the Board of Directors and the manner and time of their election and their qualifications shall be determined by the by-laws.

(3) Until a Board of Directors shall be elected, the persons mentioned in Section 1 hereof shall be the Board of Directors of the Association.

(4) The directors may exercise all of the powers of the Association not required by the by-laws to be exercised by the members at a general meeting. 1960, c. 111, s. 7.

Participation in plans

8 (1) In order to participate in group life, long-term disability and other health and welfare plans referred to in clause (d) of Section 2, organizations must be a member of the Association.

(2) In order to participate in the pension plan referred to in clause (c) of Section 2, an employee must be an employee of a sponsor of the pension plan. 1960, c. 111, s. 8; 1974, c. 125, s. 7; 2012, c. 29, s. 6.

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