5.28 If, in a work place, a label applied to a controlled product or a container of a controlled product becomes illegible or is removed, the employer shall replace the label with a work place label that discloses the following information in respect of the controlled product:
(a) the product identifier;
(b) the hazard information; and
(c) a statement indicating that a material safety data sheet is available in the work place.
Exemptions from Disclosure
5.29 (1) If an employer has filed, under subsection 11(2) of the Hazardous Materials Information Review Act, a claim for exemption from disclosure of information on a material safety data sheet or on a label, the employer shall disclose, in place of the information that the employer is exempt from disclosing,
(a) if there is no final disposition of the proceedings in relation to the claim, the date on which the claim for exemption was registered and the registry number assigned to the claim under that Act; and
(b) if the final disposition of the proceedings in relation to the claim is that the claim is valid, a statement that an exemption has been granted and the date on which the exemption was granted.
(2) However, if a claim for exemption is in respect of the chemical name, common name, generic name, trade name or brand name of a controlled product, the employer shall, on the material safety data sheet or label of the controlled product, replace that name with a code name or code number specified by the employer as the product identifier for that controlled product.
Prescribed Medical Professional
5.30 For the purposes of subsection 125.2(1) of the Act, a medical professional is a person who is registered as a registered nurse under the laws of a province.
SAFETY MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, DEVICES AND CLOTHING
6.1 (1) If reasonably practicable, every employer shall eliminate or control any health or safety hazards in the work place.
(2) If it is not reasonably practicable to eliminate or control a health or safety hazard, the employer shall provide every person granted access to the work place who may be exposed to the hazard with protection equipment prescribed by this Part.
6.2 All protection equipment shall be designed to protect the person from the hazard for which it is provided and shall not in itself create a hazard.
6.3 All protection equipment provided by the employer shall be maintained, inspected and tested by a qualified person and, if necessary to prevent a health hazard, be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition by a qualified person.
6.4 If there is a risk of head injury, protective headwear shall be used.
6.5 (1) If there is a risk of foot injury, protective footwear that is certified, by a certification body accredited by the Standards Council of Canada to grant such certification, as meeting the standards set out in CSA Standard CAN/CSA-Z195-09, Protective Footwear, shall be used.
(2) If there is a risk of slipping, non-slip footwear shall be used.
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