Regulation (2013:1020) With Instruction For Public Health Authority

Original Language Title: Förordning (2013:1020) med instruktion för Folkhälsomyndigheten

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section 1 of the public health agency to promote good public health,

evaluate the effects of methods and strategies in

public health, follow the health status of the population and

factors that affect this, through knowledge creation and

dissemination of health promotion and disease prevention and

damage and promote an effective infectious disease control. Activities

should be on the basis of scientific knowledge.



Particular attention should be paid to those groups that are most at risk

to suffer from ill-health. Regulation (2015:173).



2 § the museums shall



1. be responsible for the monitoring of the health of the population and for

cross-sectoral follow-up of the development of

public health determinants based on

public health policy objectives and evaluate actions and

methods in public health,



2. responsible for knowledge creation within their area of responsibility,



3. provide Government and State authorities with knowledge-

and decision-making about their area of responsibility,



4. identify, analyze, and communicate for responsibility

relevant knowledge to the concerned municipalities, county councils and other

relevant sectors of society,



5. to coordinate, monitor and develop infection protection at national

level, and



6. contribute to the reduction of negative environmental impacts on human

health. Regulation (2015:173).



Specific tasks



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The authority shall in particular



1. analyze the development of health and health

determinants and how determinants are distributed

by sex, ethnic or cultural background, socio-economic

origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or

gender expression, disability, age,



2. follow and analyze behavior and Futurism of

impact on infection protection and how such changes

affects the conditions for infection protection in the country,



3. promote the generation target for environmental work and the

environmental quality objectives which Parliament has laid down is reached and at

propose measures for environmental work as well as in

This work in particular follow up, evaluate and disseminate knowledge

about how human health is affected by the environment,



4. producing statistics in the field of public health and promotion

access to such statistics,



5. contribute to the development of both health economic methodology

in the field of public health and methods to take into account

public health aspects in impact assessments and follow-ups,



6. monitor and analyse the development of infectious diseases

and protection against these nationally and internationally,

analyze the implications of these developments for society

and the individual and to evaluate the effects of vaccinations

and other infection control measures in health care and

other relevant sectors of society,



7. be responsible for the coordinated follow-up of the alcohol,

drugs, doping and tobacco area,



8. responding to support quality and methodological development at

laboratories carrying out diagnostics of importance for the country's

infectious disease control,



9. ensure that the ability to effectively use

antibiotics in humans and animals are preserved by collecting

in, analyze, and actively disseminate knowledge on issues related to

antibiotic resistance and to promote action at the local and

regional level in issues related to rational

antibiotic use and antibiotic resistance,



10. promote a reduction in the spread of infection by collecting,

analyze and actively disseminate knowledge on issues related to other

antimicrobial resistance (AMR) antimicrobial resistance in than as well as

issues related to healthcare-associated infections and infection control,



11. ensure that prescribers, other professionals

and the public applies the knowledge contained on

resistance to antibiotics and other antimicrobial resistance,



12. work to limit the spread and impact of

society and of individuals with hiv/aids and seem to

create openness about hiv/aids and tackle stigma and

discrimination against people living with HIV infection, among

particular by promoting development efforts and long-term

prevention,



13. monitor and investigate the need for drug classification of

goods which are not drugs, as well as monitor and investigate the need for

of the control of goods under the Act (1999:42) on the prohibition of the

certain health dangerous goods,



14. be the coordinating authority for the outdoor life's goal for

good public health that the Government has laid down and seem to

This goal is reached by compiling and disseminating

evidence-based knowledge about interventions that create

conditions for outdoor activities and promotes health to

municipalities, county councils and other relevant sectors of society, and



15. have a collective responsibility to ensure that, within its area of operation

promoting equal rights and opportunities regardless of sexual

orientation, gender identity and gender expression.

Regulation (2014:1546).



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The authority shall in particular



1. analyze the development of health and health determinants and how the determinants differ according to gender, ethnic or cultural background, socioeconomic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, disability, age,



2. follow and analyze the behavioral and environmental changes relevant to the infection protection and how such changes affect the conditions for infection protection in the country,



3. promote the generation targets for environmental performance and the environmental quality objectives which Parliament has laid down is reached and, if necessary, propose measures for the development of the environment and in this work in particular follow up, evaluate, and disseminate knowledge about how human health is affected by the environment,



4. producing statistics in the field of public health and promote access to such statistics,



5. contribute to the development of both health economic methodology in the field of public health and methods to take into account the public health aspects of impact assessments and follow-ups,

6. monitor and analyse the development of communicable diseases and the protection against these nationally and internationally, to analyse the consequences of these developments for society and the individual and to evaluate the effects of vaccinations and other infection control measures in health care and other relevant sectors of society,



7. be responsible for the coordinated follow-up of alcohol, drugs, doping and tobacco area,



8. responding to support quality and method development for laboratories carrying out diagnostics of importance for the country's infectious disease control,



9. ensure that the possibility of effective use of antibiotics in humans and animals are preserved by collecting, analyzing, and actively disseminate knowledge on issues related to antimicrobial resistance, as well as promote efforts at local and regional level in issues related to rational use of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance,



10. promote a reduction in the spread of infection by collecting, analyzing, and actively disseminate knowledge on issues related to antimicrobial resistance other than antibiotic resistance as well as on issues related to healthcare-associated infections and infection control,



11. ensure that prescribers, other professionals and the general public are applying the knowledge found on antibiotic resistance and other antimicrobial resistance,



12. work to limit the spread and consequences for society and for the individual by hiv/aids and seem to create openness about hiv/aids and combat stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV infection, among other things by promoting development efforts and long-term prevention,



13. monitor and investigate the need for drug classification of goods which are not drugs, as well as monitor and investigate the need for control of goods under the Act (1999:42) banning certain health dangerous goods,



14. be the coordinating authority for the outdoor life's goal of good public health that the Government has laid down and to ensure that this goal is reached by compiling and disseminating evidence-based knowledge about interventions that create conditions for outdoor activities and promotes health to municipalities, county councils and other relevant sectors of society,



15. have a collective responsibility to ensure that, within its area of activity to promote equal rights and opportunities regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression,



16. promote knowledge creation and national coordination in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights, monitor the development in the area, and



17. to the Government offices (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) give the basis for decisions on recommendations for travel to countries where there may be a risk of spreading infectious diseases. Regulation (2016:89).



Mission and research activities



4 § the museums shall



1. in addition to the maximum extent permitted by section 10 and section 12 of 2 and if

operations otherwise admits that perform assignments within or

outside the country,



2. in cooperation with laboratories performing diagnostic

studies of samples relating to communicable diseases such as

can also be performed by other laboratories (rutindiagnostik), if

the examinations necessary for the Agency's

skills, and



3. carry out the research necessary to

the Agency's mission on the infectious diseases area to

be fulfilled.



Legislation, licensing and supervision



5 § the museums are responsible for regulations in accordance with the

as provided for by law and regulation, as well as for general advice within the

its area of responsibility.



The Agency announces its rules in Common

statute book relating to health care,

social services, medicine, public health, etc., in accordance with annex

1 to the Constitutional Assembly Ordinance (1976:725).

Regulation (2015:173).



section 6 of the Authority responsible for the authorisation, supervision and

tillsynsvägledning in accordance with the law and

Regulation.



The Agency shall draw up an annual plan for the supervision

the Agency intends to carry out during the year (inspection plan).



7 § the museums shall answer for tillsynsvägledning in questions

concerning health protection referred to in 2, 5, 6 and 9 Cape. the environmental code and


provide a basis for the application of 3 and 4 Cape.

the environmental code and the planning and building Act (2010:900).



Preparedness



8 § the museums shall monitor the planning of smittskyddets preparedness and within their area of responsibility to initiate measures to protect the population against communicable diseases and other serious health threats in crisis and in preparedness.



The Agency shall coordinate the preparedness against serious health threats under the Act (2006:1570) on protection against international threats to human health.



Provisions concerning the Agency's participation in emergency preparedness and in total defense, see Regulation (2015:1052) concerning emergency preparedness and surveillance authorities responsible measures in height and Regulation (2015:1053) of total defense and preparedness. Regulation (2015:1068).



9 § the museums shall on behalf of the Government coordinating

preparations for the supply of medicinal products before

serious outbreaks of infectious diseases.

Regulation (2015:173).



10 § the museums shall



1. assist the authorities, county councils, municipalities and organizations

with expert assistance in finding or suspected outbreak of

serious communicable diseases and in analysing risks and

need for preventive measures in respect of such outbreaks,

and



2. maintain the laboratory preparedness is needed and

provide microbiological laboratory examinations

is of unique nature or who for other reasons are not carried out by other

laboratories.



11 § the museums shall provide expert support in the event of disasters

or serious outbreaks of communicable diseases in other

countries and support the Swedish civil and military international

crisis-management operations.



Authority may decide on international efforts under the

the first subparagraph only where efforts

funded by someone other than the Agency.



The authority shall, before the decision on international action

referred to in the first subparagraph shall consult with government offices

(Ministry of health and Social Affairs) of the measures the authority intends

to take. At action in relation to aid, the authority shall

In addition, consult the Swedish International

development cooperation (Sida). Regulation (2015:173).



12 § the museums shall



1. provide a laboratory that meets

the criteria for the highest level of protection within the meaning of regulations on

biological risks related to occupational safety and working environment authority has

announced pursuant to section 18 of the occupational safety and health regulation

(1977:1166),



2. maintain diagnostic readiness, including

emergency services, and carry out microbiological

laboratory testing of such high infectious substances

pose particular danger to human health,



3. conduct media monitoring of highly infectious substances

special danger to human health, and



4. maintain ability to support other government departments with

expertise in biosafety.



Tasks of the EU and other international cooperation



13 § the museums shall follow and play an active role in

public health in the European Union (EU) and

International. Before the authority involved in this work should

authority shall inform the Government on the matter and waiting for its

instructions.



14 § the museums shall



1. to coordinate and provide a basis for Government to

regular reporting to the European Union and

The World Health Organization (WHO) on issues relating to alcohol,

drugs and tobacco, as well as to the United Nations Office on drugs and

Crime (UNODC) on issues relating to drugs,



2. to coordinate the follow-up of Sweden's commitments under the United Nations

General Assembly resolution S-26/2 regarding hiv/aids

adopted on 2 August 2001,



3. responsible for Sweden's commitments to comply with the presence of

polio virus in humans and in the environment as well as to remove

polio virus from laboratories as part of WHO's work on

polio eradication, and



4. in accordance with the WHO guidelines and leave

supporting documents to the Government before reporting to the WHO on

the presence of the disease rubella, and measles in the country.

Regulation (2015:173).



15 § the museums shall



1. within its area of responsibility, carry out the functions required

European Parliament and Council decision No 1082/2013/EU of

on 22 October 2013 if serious cross-border threats to

human health and repealing Decision No 2119/98/EC,



2. carrying out the tasks to be performed by a recognized

designated body referred to in the European Parliament and of the Council

Regulation (EC) No 851/2004 of 21 april 2004 on

the establishment of a European Centre for disease prevention and

control, and



3. within its activity perform the duties

following the 2002 Nordic health contingency agreements and promote

to the intentions of the agreement are implemented.

Regulation (2015:173).



16 § the museums shall



1. be national unity (national focal point) for

The European Monitoring Centre for drugs and

drug addiction (EMCDDA) and be responsible for reporting to the

The United Nations Office on drugs and crime (UNODC) and other

drug reporting to international bodies, and



2. be national contact point for the EU health programme and for

non-communicable diseases (NCD) and environmental health (EH) in the

The WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. Regulation (2015:173).



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Authority carries out the functions required by the Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Regulation (2016:166).



17 § the museums shall, within the framework of its own activities and

in collaboration with other actors working to help

the implementation of Sweden's policy for global development.



National reporting



18 § the museums shall regularly provide the Government with a

public health policy report and an annual report on

the development of public health and its determinants.



19 § the museums shall, in respect of their environmental efforts under section 3 of 3

report to the environmental protection agency and consult with the work of

What reporting is required.



Interaction



section 20 of the Agency with the dissemination of knowledge to

planned and implemented in collaboration with other interested

authorities so that public information is

coordinated.



The Agency's efforts to control with knowledge shall be designed

and implemented in cooperation with other relevant authorities as

the State management with knowledge is coordinated.

Provisions on co-operation with other authorities see

Regulation (2015:155) if State control with knowledge

with respect to health care and social services.



The authority shall in its role as the coordinating authority for the

outdoor life's goal of good public health that the Government has

established interface with the authorities involved in the implementation

and follow-up of the open-air life goals. Regulation (2015:173).



Management



section 21 Authority is headed by a head of Government.



section 22 at the Agency should there be an Advisory Council consisting

of not more than ten members.



Employment



section 23 of the Director-General's administrative manager.



Staff disciplinary board



section 24 By the authority shall be a

staff disciplinary board.

The applicability of specific regulation



section 25 staff representatives Ordinance (1987:1101) should be applied

on authority.



Fees



26 § the museums shall charge fees for



1. diagnostic tests referred to in article 4 2, 10 § 2 and

12 § 2,



2. professional services referred to in section 4 1, and



3. international actions referred to in section 11.



The authority may provide for the fees

and use the revenue to the business.



Appeal



section 27 of the public health agency's decisions on the allocation of

State subsidies, grants or other financial assistance must not

be appealed.