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National Assembly for Wales is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by National Assembly for Wales

Agricultural News Bulletin - Single Payment
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - Guidance for CSIW Staff on Applying the National Minimum Standards (Physical Standards) to Existing Care Homes for Older People and Younger Adults
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - Regulating Care in Wales - A Guide for People Providing Services - Leaflet
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - Regulating Care in Wales - A Guide for People Using Services - Leaflet
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - Regulation 38 Care Homes (Wales) Regulations 2002 - Notification of Death, Illness and other Events
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - Supplementary Guidance on Intermediate Care
Care Standards Inspectorate for Wales - The Care Standards Act 2000 and Extra Care and Supported Housing
Continuation Form AML 1A(W): Movement Document Under the Sheep and Goats (Records, Identification and Movement)(Wales) Order 2005
Department for Environment, Planning and Countryside - Letter to Local Authorities Regarding the Supply of Bones to Domestic Pet Owners - Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 the Animal By-Products Regulation - The Animal By-Products (Wales) Regulation 2003
Fire Safety - A Guide for Care Homes in Wales
Form AML 1 (W): Movement Document Under the Sheep and Goats (Records, Identification and Movement) (Wales) Order 2006, as Amended
Form AML 1(W): Movement Document Under the Sheep and Goats (Records, Identification and Movement)(Wales) Order 2005
Members' Research Service - Environmental Protection Areas in Wales
Members' Research Service - Mental Health Law Reform in Scotland and in England and Wales
National Assembly for Wales - The Care Standards Act 2000 (Staff Transfer Scheme)(Wales) Order 2002
National Minimum Standards Applicable to Adult Placement Schemes
National Minimum Standards for Accommodation of Students Under 18 by Further Education Colleges
National Minimum Standards for Adult Placement
National Minimum Standards for Child Minders
National Minimum Standards for Children's Homes
National Minimum Standards for Creches
National Minimum Standards for Domiciliary Care Agencies in Wales
National Minimum Standards for Fostering Services
National Minimum Standards for Full Day Care
National Minimum Standards for Local Authority Adoption Services for Wales
National Minimum Standards for Nurses Agencies
National Minimum Standards for Private and Voluntary Healthcare Services
National Minimum Standards for Residential Family Centres
National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools
National Minimum Standards for Sessional Care
Planning Policy - Wales
Remediation of Contaminated Land - National Assembly for Wales Guidance to Enforcing Authorities under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990
Research Paper 06/2925: Environment Strategy for Wales
Research Paper 07/101: Climate Change Bill
Research Paper 07/1116: Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Wales
Research Paper 08/0018: Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Wales
Research Paper 08/008: Waste Management in Wales
Research Paper 08/036: Renewable Energy in Wales
Research Paper 08/041: Draft Marine Bill
Research Paper 08/042: Peak Oil - This Research Paper Examines the Theory of Peak Oil, and Considers the Implications for Oil Users of the Impending Peak
Research Paper 08/049: UK Renewable Energy Strategy Consultation (Responses by: 26.09.2008)
Research Paper 09/001/gw: Planning Act 2008 - Planning and Energy Act 2008
Research Paper 09/008: Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Wales
Research Paper 09/016: Draft Flood and Water Management Bill
Research Paper 09/024: Environment Strategy and Action Plans - Progress Made
Research Paper 09/025: Marine and Coastal Access Bill [HL]
Single Application Rules Booklet 2005
Single Application Rules Booklet 2006
Single Payment Scheme (SPS) - Guidance Notes - Trading of Entitlements
The Wales Biodiversity Group - Future Biodiversity Action in Wales - Advice to the National Assembly for Wales on the UK Millennium Biodiversity Report
Trading of Entitlements - Transfer and Lease - Completing Your Single Payment Scheme (SPS) - Trading of Entitlements Application Form
Welsh Assembly Government Report to Road Safety Advisory Panel (RSAP), 8 July 2004

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