5.2 (1) Where work, other than the work referred to in subsection (2), is performed on electrical equipment, the employer shall adopt and implement Part VIII of the Canada Occupational Safety and Health Regulations.
(2) Where an employee is required to throw switches, change light bulbs or fuses or perform other work that requires no electrical training, the following procedures apply:
(a) where electrical equipment is live or may become live, no employee shall work on the equipment unless the employer has instructed the employee in procedures that are safe for work on live conductors;
(b) subject to paragraph (c), where an employee is working on or near electrical equipment that is live or may become live, the electrical equipment shall be guarded; and
(c) where it is not practicable for electrical equipment referred to in paragraph (b) to be guarded, the employer shall take measures to protect the employee from injury by insulating the equipment from the employee or the employee from ground.
- SOR/95-105, s. 8(F).
Switches and Control Devices
5.3 (1) Every control device shall be so designed and located as to permit quick and safe operation at all times.
(2) The path of access to every electrical switch, control device or meter shall be free from obstruction.
(3) Where an electrical switch or other control device controlling the supply of electrical energy to electrical equipment is operated only by a person authorized to do so by the employer, the switch or control device shall be fitted with a locking device that only the authorized person can activate.
6.1 In this Part,
“ARI” means the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute of the United States; (ARI)
- “food preparation area”
“food preparation area” includes an area used for the storage of food. (aire de préparation des aliments)
6.2 (1) Every employer shall maintain each on-board accommodation and food preparation area used by employees in a clean and sanitary condition.
(2) On-board accommodation and food preparation areas shall be so used by employees that the accommodation or areas remain as clean and in as sanitary a condition as is possible.
- SOR/95-105, s. 9(E).
6.3 All janitorial work that may cause dusty or unsanitary conditions shall be carried out in a manner that will prevent the contamination of the air by dust or other substances injurious to health.
6.4 All on-board accommodation and toilet rooms shall be constructed and maintained in a manner that prevents adverse health and safety conditions.
- SOR/95-105, s. 10(F).
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