Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
14.3 (1) Motorized and manual materials handling equipment shall, to the extent that is reasonably practicable, be so designed and constructed that if there is a failure of any part of the materials handling equipment, that failure will not result in loss of control of the materials handling equipment or create a hazardous condition.
(2) All glass and other transparent materials used in doors, windows and other parts of motorized materials handling equipment shall be of a type that does not shatter into sharp or dangerous pieces on impact.
(3) Subject to subsection 14.51(1), an employer shall ensure that the onboard operator’s compartment in, or position on, motorized materials handling equipment provides adequate adjustability of range to accommodate properly the operator for the work that is required to be done.
- SOR/96-400, s. 1
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