2016 Performance Indicators

Accountability Agreement Indicators 2016 Target 2016 Performance

 

 
% of tobacco vendors in compliance with youth access legislation at the time of last inspection ≥90% 100% (138/138)

% of secondary schools inspected once per year for compliance with section 10 of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act (SFOA)

100%

100% (15/15)

% tobacco retailers inspected for compliance with section 3 of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act (SFOA) :    
  • Non-seasonal retailers
  • retailers

100%

 

100%

97.7% (128/131)

 

100% (7/7)

% tobacco retailers inspected for compliance with display, handling and promotion sections of the Smoke-Free Ontario act (SFOA) 100% 99.3% (149/150)
Oral Health Assessment and Surveillance :    
  • % of schools screened
  • % of all JK, SK, and Grade 2 students screened all publicly funded schools

100%

 

100%

98.5%

 

98.8%

Implementation status of NutriSTEP ® Preschool screen

ADVANCED ADVANCED
Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) Status DESIGNATED DESIGNATED*
% of high-risk Small Drinking Water Systems (SDWS) inspected of those due for re-inspection 100% 100% (4/4)

% of suspected rabies exposures reported with investigation initiated within one day of public health notification

100% 100% (349/349)
% of salmonellosis cases where one or more risk factor(s) other than “Unknown” was entered into iPHIS 84% 94.7% (36/38)
% of influenza vaccine wasted that is stored/administered by the public health unit 5% 13.8% (643/4660)
% of refrigerators storing publicly funded vaccines that have received a completed routine annual cold chain inspection 100% 99.2% (132/133)

MONITORING INDICATORS

   
% of high-risk food premises inspected once every 4 months while in operation - 100% (118/118)
% of moderate risk food premises inspected once every 6 months while in operation - 99.2% (368/371)
% of public spas inspected while in operation - 100% (16/16)
% of Class A pools inspected while in operation (includes seasonal and non-seasonal) - 100% (13/13)
% of personal services settings inspected annually - 100% (203/203)
% of confirmed gonorrhea cases where initiation of follow-up occurred within 2 business days - 100% (125/125)
% of confirmed invasive Group A Streptococcal Disease (iGAS) cases where initiation of follow-up occurred on the same day as receipt of lab confirmation of a positive case - 100% (40/40)
% of confirmed gonorrhea cases treated according to recommended Ontario treatment guidelines - 52.0% (65/125)
% of HPV vaccine wasted that is stored/administered by the public health unit   5.8% (53/919)
% of school-aged children who have completed immunizations for hepatitis B - 57.0%  (789/1383)
% of school-aged children who have completed immunizations for HPV - 42.6% (287/674)
% of school-aged children who have completed immunizations for meningococcus - 82.9% (1146/1383)

* Re-designation in progress

Last Updated: 24/10/2017