South Australian Numbered Acts

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           Long Title

   PART 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement
   3.      Interpretation

   PART 2--Objects, principles and interaction with other Acts

   4.      Objects of Act
   5.      Principles to be recognised under Act
   6.      Precautionary principle
   7.      Proportionate regulation principle
   8.      Sustainability principle
   9.      Principle of prevention
   10.     Population focus principle
   11.     Participation principle
   12.     Partnership principle
   13.     Equity principle
   14.     Specific principles--Parts 10 and 11
   15.     Guidelines
   16.     Interaction with other Acts

   PART 3--Administration Division 1--Minister

   17.     Minister
   18.     Power to require reports
   19.     Delegation by Minister Division 2--Chief Public Health Officer
   20.     Office of Chief Public Health Officer
   21.     Functions of Chief Public Health Officer
   22.     Risk of avoidable mortality or morbidity
   23.     Biennial reporting by Chief Public Health Officer
   24.     Delegation
   25.     Appointment of Acting Chief Public Health Officer Division 3--South Australian Public Health Council
   26.     Establishment of SAPHC
   27.     Composition of SAPHC
   28.     Conditions of appointment
   29.     Allowances and expenses
   30.     Validity of acts
   31.     Functions of SAPHC
   32.     Conduct of business
   33.     Committees and subcommittees
   34.     Delegation by SAPHC
   35.     Annual report
   36.     Use of facilities Division 4--Councils
   37.     Functions of councils
   38.     Immunisation services
   39.     Cooperation between councils
   40.     Power of Chief Public Health Officer to act
   41.     Council failing to perform a function under Act
   42.     Transfer of function of council at request of council Division 5--Authorised officers
   43.     State authorised officers
   44.     Local authorised officers
   45.     Qualifications
   46.     Identity cards
   47.     Powers of authorised officers Division 6--Emergency officers
   48.     Emergency officers Division 7--Specific power to require information
   49.     Specific power to require information

   PART 4--Public health plans Division 1--State public health plan

   50.     State public health plan Division 2--Regional public health plans
   51.     Regional public health plans
   52.     Reporting on regional public health plans

   PART 5--Public health policies

   53.     Public health policies
   54.     Procedure for making policies
   55.     Reference of policies to Parliament

   PART 6--General duty

   56.     General duty

   PART 7--General public health offences

   57.     Material risk to public health
   58.     Serious risk to public health
   59.     Defence of due diligence
   60.     Alternative finding

   PART 8--Prevention of non-communicable conditions

   61.     Declaration of non-communicable conditions
   62.     Minister may issue code of practice

   PART 9--Notifiable conditions and contaminants Division 1--Notifiable conditions

   63.     Declaration of notifiable conditions
   64.     Notification
   65.     Report to councils
   66.     Action to prevent spread of infection Division 2--Notifiable contaminants
   67.     Declaration of notifiable contaminants
   68.     Notification of contaminant

   PART 10--Controlled notifiable conditions Division 1--Preliminary

   69.     Principles
   70.     Declaration of controlled notifiable conditions
   71.     Chief Public Health Officer to be able to act in other serious cases
   72.     Children Division 2--Controls
   73.     Power to require a person to undergo an examination or test
   74.     Power to require counselling
   75.     Power to give directions
   76.     Review by District Court
   77.     Power to require detention
   78.     Review of detention orders by Supreme Court
   79.     Warrants
   80.     General provisions relating to orders, requirements and directions
   81.     Duty to comply Division 3--Related matters
   82.     Advisory Panels
   83.     Interstate orders
   84.     Protection of information

   PART 11--Management of significant emergencies

   85.     Principles
   86.     Public health incidents
   87.     Public health emergencies
   88.     Making and revocation of declarations
   89.     Powers and functions of Chief Executive
   90.     Application of Emergency Management Act

   PART 12--Notices and emergency situations Division 1--Interpretation

   91.     Interpretation Division 2--Notices and emergencies
   92.     Notices
   93.     Action on non-compliance with notice
   94.     Action in emergency situations Division 3--Reviews and appeals
   95.     Reviews--notices relating to general duty
   96.     Appeals

   PART 13--Miscellaneous

   97.     Tests on deceased persons
   98.     Delegation by Chief Executive
   99.     Confidentiality
   100.    Confidentiality and provision of certain information
   101.    Service of notices or other documents
   102.    Immunity
   103.    Protection from liability
   104.    False or misleading information
   105.    Offences
   106.    Offences by bodies corporate
   107.    Continuing offences
   108.    Evidentiary provision
   109.    Regulations
   110.    Review of Act
           SCHEDULE 1--Related amendments, repeal and transitional provisions

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