2014 Performance Indicators

Since 2011, TBDHU has been reporting to the MOHLTC on several key performance indicators. The indicators were developed to monitor and report on public health programming, to support continuous quality improvement initiatives, and to ensure accountability and transparency to the public. The table summarizes our results for 2014.

Accountability Agreement Indicators 2014 Target 2014 Performance
% of tobacco vendors in compliance with youth access legislation at the time of last inspection ≥90% 95.9%
% tobacco retailers inspected for compliance with section 3 of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act (SFOA) :    
  • Non-seasonal retailers

  • retailers







% tobacco retailers inspected for compliance with display, handling and promotion sections of the Smoke-Free Ontario act (SFOA) 100% 99.4%

Implementation status of NutriSTEP ® Preschool screen

Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) Status DESIGNATED DESIGNATED

% of high-risk food premises inspected once every 4 months while in operation

100% 99.5%
% of moderate risk food premises inspected once every 6 months while in operation 85% 87.9%

% of Class A pools inspected while in operation (includes seasonal and non-seasonal)

100% 100%
% of suspected rabies exposures reported with investigation initiated within one day of public health notification -- 100%

% of refrigerators storing publicly funded vaccines that have received a completed routine annual cold chain inspection

93% 96.5%


% of high-risk Small Drinking Water Systems (SDWS) inspected of those due for re-inspection - 94.9%
% of public spas inspected while in operation - 100% 
% of confirmed gonorrhea cases where initiation of follow-up occurred within 2 business days - 100% 
%% 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% 
Last Updated: 02/05/2017