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Explosives Regulations, 2013

Version of section 124 from 2023-06-03 to 2024-04-01:

Marginal note:Knowledge

 A holder of a division 2 factory licence or manufacturing certificate must have knowledge of the following matters and must ensure that these matters are communicated to the workers at the workplace:

  • (a) the provisions of the Explosives Act and these Regulations;

  • (b) the terms and conditions of the licence or certificate, including the maximum quantity of explosives and raw material and the maximum number of people authorized to be in the workplace at any one time;

  • (c) all safety rules respecting the manufacture of explosives at the workplace;

  • (d) the personal protective equipment that is needed to protect people from the hazards to which they could be exposed;

  • (e) all emergency plans for the workplace, including the evacuation plan;

  • (f) the hazards of, and safe handling practices for, the explosives and raw material at the workplace;

  • (g) the precautions that must be taken to minimize the likelihood of harm to people and property during manufacturing operations, including harm resulting from chemical incompatibility;

  • (h) the operation of the equipment at the workplace;

  • (i) the maintenance and repair of the equipment, including decontamination; and

  • (j) procedures for inspecting the workplace or equipment after maintenance and repair work has been done.

  • SOR/2022-121, s. 4

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