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Health and Disability Services (Safety) Act 2001

Parliament of New Zealand Country Resources Disability Legislation New Zealand 31 December 2001 Legislation/regulation health service

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The purpose of this Act is to—

(a) promote the safe provision of health and disability services to the public; and

(b) enable the establishment of consistent and reasonable standards for providing health and disability services to the public safely; and

(c) encourage providers of health and disability services to take responsibility for providing those services to the public safely; and

(d) encourage providers of health and disability services to the public to improve continuously the quality of those services.

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