Health and Personal Social Services Act (Northern Ireland) 2001

  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I SOCIAL CARE WORKERS

    1. Preliminary

      1. 1.The Northern Ireland Social Care Council

      2. 2.“Social care worker”, etc.

    2. Registration

      1. 3.The register

      2. 4.Applications for registration

      3. 5.Grant or refusal of registration

      4. 5A.Visiting social workers from relevant European States

      5. 6.Removal, etc. from register

      6. 7.Rules about registration

      7. 8.Registration – enforcement

    3. Codes of practice

      1. 9.Codes of practice

    4. Training

      1. 10.Approval of courses, etc.

      2. 11.Qualifications gained outside Northern Ireland

      3. 12.Post registration training

      4. 13.Visitors for certain social work courses

      5. 14.Functions of the Department

    5. Miscellaneous and supplemental

      1. 15.Appeals to the Social Care Tribunal

      2. 16.Publication, etc. of register

      3. 17.Cesser of functions of CCETSW

      4. 18.Rules

      5. 19.Default powers of Department

      6. Ss. 20‐21 rep. by 2003 NI 9

      7. 22.Interpretation of this Part

  3. PART II RECOVERY OF CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE TREATMENT OF ROAD TRAFFIC CASUALTIES

    1. Payment for hospital treatment

      1. 23.Payment for hospital treatment of traffic casualties

    2. Certificates of health services charges

      1. 24.Applications for certificates of health services charges

      2. 25.Information contained in certificates

    3. Recovery of health services charges

      1. 26.Payment of health services charges

      2. 27.Recovery of health services charges

    4. Reviews and appeals

      1. 28.Review of certificates

      2. 29.Appeals against a certificate

      3. 30.Appeal tribunals

      4. 31.Appeal to the court on point of law

      5. 32.Reviews and appeals: supplementary

    5. Information

      1. 33.Provision of information

      2. 34.Use of information held by the Department

    6. Payments to hospitals

      1. 35.Payment of health services charges to hospitals

    7. Miscellaneous and general

      1. 36.Regulations governing payments into court, etc.

      2. 37.Interpretation of this Part

      3. 38.Consequential amendments

  4. PART III HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE– GENERAL

    1. Fund-holding practices

      1. 39.Repeal of law about fund-holding practices

    2. Local administration

      1. 40.Remuneration for Part VI services

      2. 41.Indemnity cover for Part VI services

      3. 42.Local representative committees

    3. Health and Social Care trusts

      1. 43.Establishment orders

      2. 44.Exercise of powers

      3. 45.Public dividend capital

      4. 46.Existing HSC trusts: conversion of initial loan

      5. 47.Borrowing, surplus funds and investment

    4. Evasion of charges, fraud etc.

      1. 48.Evasion of charges etc.

      2. 49.Disqualification of Part VI practitioners

    5. Miscellaneous

      1. 50.Disclosure of information by the Commissioner for Complaints

      2. 51.Provision of information as to births and deaths

      3. 52.Liability of officers of Health and Social Services Councils

      4. 53.Regulations under section 11 of the Medical Act 1983

      5. 54.Public access to meetings of certain bodies

      6. 55.Sale of medical practices: goodwill

  5. PART IV MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL

    1. Pharmaceutical chemists

      1. 56.Regulation of the profession of pharmaceutical chemist

    2. General

      1. 57.Orders, regulations and directions

      2. 58.Supplementary and consequential provision

      3. 59.Interpretation

      4. 60.Amendments and repeals

      5. 61.Short title and commencement

  6. Schedules

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      THE NORTHERN IRELAND SOCIAL CARE COUNCIL

      1. Status

        1. 1.The Council shall not be regarded as the servant or...

      2. General powers

        1. 2.(1) Subject to any directions given by the Department, the...

      3. General duty

        1. 3.It is the duty of the Council to carry out...

      4. Membership

        1. 4.The Council shall consist of a chairman and other members...

      5. Appointment, procedure etc.

        1. 5.The Department may by regulations make provision as to—

      6. Remuneration and allowances

        1. 6.(1) The Council may pay to its chairman, to any...

      7. Chief officer

        1. 7.(1) There shall be a chief officer of the Council...

      8. Staff

        1. 8.(1) The Council may appoint such other staff as it...

      9. Delegation of functions

        1. 9.The Council may arrange for the discharge of any of...

      10. Arrangements for the use of staff

        1. 10.The Department may by regulations provide for arrangements under which—...

      11. Payments to Council

        1. 11.The Department may make payments to the Council of such...

      12. Accounts

        1. 12.(1) The Council shall keep accounts in such form as...

      13. Reports and other information

        1. 13.(1) As soon as possible after the end of each...

      14. Application of seal and evidence

        1. 14.The application of the seal of the Council shall be...

        2. 15.A document purporting to be duly executed under the seal...

      15. General

        1. 16.In the Northern Ireland Assembly Disqualification Act 1975 (c. 25),...

        2. 17.In the Commissioner for Complaints (Northern Ireland) Order 1996 (NI...

        3. 18.In the Superannuation (Northern Ireland) Order 1972 (NI 10) in...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      SCHEDULE 11 TO THE PRINCIPAL ORDER, AS SUBSTITUTED

      1. SCHEDULE 11 DISQUALIFICATION OF PERSONS PROVIDING PART VI SERVICES PART...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      SCHEDULE 10 TO THE PRINCIPAL ORDER, AS SUBSTITUTED

      1. SCHEDULE 10 PROHIBITION OF SALE OF MEDICAL PRACTICES Sale of...

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      REGULATION OF THE PROFESSION OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST

      1. 1.Matters generally within the scope of an order

      2. 2.Manner of exercise of power

      3. 3.The power may be exercised so as to make provision...

      4. 4.The power may be exercised so as to make provision...

      5. 5.The power may be exercised so as to—

      6. 6.The power may not be exercised so as to create...

      7. 7.Matters outside the scope of an order

      8. 8.(1) An order may not provide for any person other...

      9. 9.Preliminary procedure for making an order

      10. 10.Interpretation and application

      11. 11.References to regulation of the profession in section 56 include—...

      1. Schedule 5—Repeals