Open Government Portal
Found 10 records similar to Multimodal Safety and Security Programs Oversight Staffing Levels, by federal government fiscal year quarter, Transport Canada
As part of the Transport Canada Multimodal Safety and Security Programs Oversight Delivery Indicators, starting with the four quarters of the 2017-2018 federal government fiscal year, this table contains the number of completed inspections by programs, activities and administrative regions.
As part of the Transport Canada Multimodal Safety and Security Programs Oversight Delivery Indicators, this table contains, starting with the first quarter of the 2019-2020 federal government fiscal year, the type and number of enforcement actions, by programs.
As part of the Transport Canada Multimodal Safety and Security Programs Oversight Delivery Indicators, this table contains, starting with the first quarter of the 2019-2020 federal government fiscal year, the type and number of immediate risk reduction measures, by programs.
List of organisations that received financing in 2017-2018 under the sub-program "Regional investment" and the total amount of direct foreign investment maintained in or attracted to the region most recently published.
The Intermodal Surface Security Oversight Program works with stakeholders to improve the security of Canada’s intermodal and surface transportation systems. It focuses on the security of Canada’s passenger and freight railways, urban transit, and international bridges and tunnels. The program prioritizes inspections using a risk-based process, which is also used to determine where and how to use resources. This risk-based approach is especially valuable since the program does not have enough resources to inspect every site and facility each year.
Statistics related to designated group members and age range at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, years 2017-2018
As part of the ongoing monitoring and evaluation of service delivery, a cyclical audit was conducted to review the activities of the Quebec District Office (DO), the management control framework and the information used for decision making purposes. The Quebec DO was selected based on criteria set by senior management. The objectives of the 2009-2010 audit are:
Examine the application and implementation of new delegated authorities for Area Counsellors (ACs) (Fall 2009);
Verify the efficiency of the delivery of the rehabilitation program and the integrity of internal controls over its adjudication;
Verify internal controls over the award and delivery of Veterans Independence Program’s (VIP) home care services to Canadian Forces (CF) Veterans;
Assess the adequacy of the management control framework for long term care (i.e. oversight, functional direction, reporting and internal controls).
The Plan for Administrative Oversight submissions are intended to be high level and provide an overview of the mechanisms that are in place in an institution or organization to administratively manage and control biosafety and biosecurity risks.
This table describes the proportion of the population with select underlying health conditions that are believed to increase the risk of negative outcomes following COVID-19 infection, including hospitalization and death. Estimates are based on data from the 2017-2018 Canadian Community Health Survey, and are provided for the Canadian adult (age 18 and older) population by sex, age and region of residence.
The 2017 to 2018 Fees Report is the first report to be prepared under the Service Fees Act. The Services Fees Act provides for annual detailed reporting to Parliament in order to increase transparency. The 2017-2018 Fees Report includes a Minister’s message, general fees information and fees under the department’s authority.