Repair and Maintenance
2.6 Repair and maintenance of elevating devices and safety devices attached thereto shall be performed by a qualified person appointed by the employer.
PART IIILEVELS OF LIGHTING
3.1 (1) The levels of lighting prescribed in this Part shall, where reasonably practicable, be provided by a lighting system installed by the employer.
(2) Where it is not reasonably practicable to comply with subsection (1), the employer shall provide portable lanterns that give the prescribed levels of lighting.
- SOR/95-105, s. 6(F).
Measurement of Levels of Lighting
3.2 For the purposes of this Part, the level of lighting in an area shall be measured
(a) where work is performed at a level higher than the floor, at the level at which the work is performed;
(b) where the source of lighting is at floor level, at the floor level; and
(c) in any other case, 1 m above the floor.
Minimum Levels of Lighting
3.3 The level of lighting in an area referred to in Column I of an item of Schedule I to this Part shall be not less than the level set out in Column II of that item.
3.4 The level of lighting in an area referred to in Column I of an item of Schedule II to this Part shall be not less than the level set out in Column II of that item.
3.5 (1) Where there is a failure in the lighting system in an area through which an employee passes in carrying out procedures referred to in paragraph 13.7(2)(a), emergency lighting shall be available in the area for immediate use.
(2) The emergency lighting referred to in subsection (1) shall
(a) where reasonably practicable, operate automatically in the event of a failure of the lighting system; and
(b) provide a level of lighting of 3 dalx.
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