Legislation for Ontario Opticians

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Essay #: 072313
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Legislation for Ontario Opticians
The following paper explores existing legislation for Ontario opticians and discusses the mandate of the College of opticians of Ontario and its related regulations and policies. The following items will be briefly touched upon in this paper: the Opticians Act, 1991; the Code of Ethics for Opticians; Standards of Practice for Ontario Opticians; Standards of Practice for Refraction; and the Student/Intern Supervision Policy. The key here is to examine how each of these pieces of legislation
serve
the public interest and the interest of the profession as a whole. In the end, the legislation delineated above is vitally important because the reality is that a profession that is seen as not properly regulating...
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.....ovember 13, 2011 from http://www.coptont.org/ABOUT/mission.asp
College of Opticians of Ontario.
(2006). Professional Standards of practice for opticians in the province of Ontario.
Retrieved November 11, 2011 from http://www.coptont.org/docs/Legislation/SOP.pdf
College of Opticians of Ontario.
(2008).
Standard
of practice: refraction. Retrieved November 11, 2011 from http://www.coptont.org/docs/Refraction%20SOP/coo_sop_refraction.pdf
College of Opticians of Ontario.
(2005). Supervision of student and intern opticians.
Retrieved November 10, 2011 from http://www.coptont.org/docs/Policies/stu_supervision_policy06.pdf
Government of Ontario.
(
n.d.
).
Opticianry
Act, 1991. Retrieved November 13, 2011 from www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/Download?dID=18463