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current Consultations

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TopicAgencyTitleConsultation Period
Road Transport and Driver and Vehicle Licensing LegislationInfrastructureRoad Transport Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2016

The main purpose of the Bill is to amend the Road Transport Act 2001 to simplify administration and enable certain provisions for operator licensing to be introduced. The Bill also contains amendments for the Licensing and Registration of Vehicles Act 1985 to modify procedures and introduce powers to remove the need for vehicle duty discs.

29 January 2016 - 4 March 2016
Disability Discrimination Act 2006Health and Social CareGuidance on Meaning of Disabled and Code of Practice

The Disability Discrimination Act 2006 makes it unlawful to discriminate against disabled persons in connection with the provision of goods, facilities and services and the disposal or management of premises. It also places a duty on a provider of services to make reasonable adjustments in the way the service is provided if it is impossible or unreasonably difficult for a disabled person to make use of a service.
An essential part of the Act is what is meant by disabled and the Department of Health and Social Care has prepared Guidance on matters to be taken into account in relation to the meaning of disabled. It is also important that service providers understand their duties under the Act and the Department has prepared a Code of Practice to assist in this respect.
The Department welcomes comments on both documents.

25 January 2016 - 4 March 2016
Road Traffic LegislationInfrastructureRoad Traffic Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2016

The Department of Infrastructure is inviting feedback on plans to modernise key elements of the Isle of Man’s road traffic laws, including a proposal to lower the alcohol limit for drivers. The Bill will look to promote a safe environment, ensure the effective enforcement of the criminal law, and reduce the incidence of crime, provide for better regulation of vehicles and drivers and to pursue actively the outstanding payment of motoring fines and vehicle duty.

15 January 2016 - 19 February 2016
CP15-07 QIS2 Exercise for Non-Life InsurersI.O.M.F.S.ACP15-07 QIS2 Exercise for Non-Life Insurers

This paper provides details of the second quantitative impact study for non-life insurance business (“QIS2”).

The technical specification and its appendices for non-life insurance business is also attached, together with a set of risk free curves for the currencies set out in the technical specification.

A results template is provided for population by non-life insurers with the results of their QIS2 calculations along with instructions on how to complete the template.

A questionnaire is included which insurers are requested to complete and return together with their results.

Please note that the following helper tabs were subsequently updated and uploaded on the following dates:

• BEP Model – 17 December 2015
• BEP Results – 17 December 2015

30 October 2015 - 30 April 2016
CP15-06 QIS2 Exercise for Long Term Insurers I.O.M.F.S.ACP15-06 QIS2 Exercise for Long Term Insurers

This paper sets out the timescales for the QI2 exercise for life insurers and reinsurers, describes changes to the Standard Formula being tested in QIS2 compared with that for QIS1, and provides additional guidance on some aspects of the calculation in order to promote consistency of approach across respondents.

A technical specification is also attached, together with a set of risk free curves for the currencies set out in the technical specification (as at 31/12/14 and 31/3/15). Respondents should take care to use the relevant dated yield curves.

A set of 6 results templates is provided for population by life insurers with the results of their QIS2 calculations.

A questionnaire is included which insurers are requested to complete and return together with their results.

Please note that an updated version of the “QIS2_Total_” template was uploaded on 22 December 2015.

2 October 2015 - 31 March 2016