S-2.1, r. 16 - Regulation respecting occupational health services

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chapter S-2.1, r. 16
Regulation respecting occupational health services
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY — OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
Act respecting occupational health and safety
(chapter S-2.1, s. 223)
S-2.1
September 1 2012
DIVISION I
CATEGORIZATION
1. The categories of establishments and construction sites in Schedule A are established for the purposes provided for in this Regulation.
O.C. 1281-82, s. 1.
2. (Revoked).
O.C. 1281-82, s. 2; O.C. 748-83, s. 1.
DIVISION II
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES
3. A worker working in an establishment or a construction site pertaining to a category described in Schedule A has the right to benefit from preventive and curative occupational health services in reason of the risks to which he can be exposed, of the resources to that effect attributed by the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail to the health and social services agency serving the territory where the establishment or the construction site is situated, and of the occupational health programs in force.
O.C. 1281-82, s. 3.
DIVISION III
COMING INTO FORCE
4. (Omitted).
O.C. 1281-82, s. 4.
SCHEDULE A
(ss. 1 and 3)
GROUP 1
((A) CONSTRUCTION
(1) Building, developing and general contractor industries: This category includes establishments primarily engaged in the construction and development of residential, commercial and institutional (non-residential) buildings and real estate, as well as the construction sites on which such work is being done. Establishments classified here build for sale and bid on contracts for projects designed by architects and engineers. The project will cover several components, varying proportions of which can be sub-contracted out to trade contractors or can be done by the builder’s own labour force. Included in this category are establishments of integrated real estate companies engaged in land assembly, development, financing, building and sale of large projects as are establishments engaged in building under such arrangements as joint venture, design-build, turnkey, lease-back and engineer/ procure/ construct. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in erecting prefabricated buildings on site or in building alterations and repairs involving more than one trade. Establishments primarily engaged in specialized aspects of construction or repair, e.g. mechanical and electrical work, are classified in the appropriate class of trade contractor. Establishments engaged in building but having another primary activity such as renting, leasing, managing-operating, land subdivision, manufacturing, mining or utility supply are not included here but are classified to the industry of principal activity.
(a) Residential building and development: Establishments primarily engaged in the construction and development of residential buildings.
(b) Non-residential building and development: Establishments primarily engaged in the construction and development of buildings providing shelter to light industrial activities and commercial and institutional services other than housing.
(c) Engineering construction industries: Industrial and heavy construction contractors primarily engaged in the construction of projects other than buildings. Establishments classified here undertake complete projects which will cover several components, varying proportions of which can be sub-contracted to trade contractors. Establishments that do some construction work but which are primarily engaged in another activity such as utility operation, manufacturing or mining are classified by their principal activity.
(2) Major group 42 — Trade contractors industries: Trade contractors are classified by the specific component they contribute to the total structure. Every sub-contractors engaged in such work of which the responsibility depends on a general contractor are classified in this category. Jobbers, dealing directly with owners, are also included in this category. Trade contractors often do, on site, the repair and maintenance of buildings of any kind. Repair and maintenance work, done by the staff of the establishment where such work is carried out are not included in this category, the staff in question is classified in the principal establishment.
(a) Site work: Establishments primarily engaged in wrecking and demolition, water well drilling, septic system installation, excavating and grading, equipment rental (with operator), asphalt paving, fencing and other site work.
(b) Structural and related work: Establishments primarily engaged in piledriving, form work, steel reinforcing, concrete pouring and finishing, precast concrete installation, rough and framing carpentry, structural steel erection and other structural and related work.
(c) Exterior close-in work: Establishments primarily engaged in close-in work such as masonry, siding, glass and glazing work, insulation, roofing and other exterior close-in work.
(d) Plumbing, heating and air conditioning, mechanical work: Establishments primarily engaged in mechanical trades such as plumbing, dry heating and gas piping, wet heating and air conditioning, sheet metal and other duct work.
(e) Mechanical specialty work: Establishments primarily engaged in process piping, automatic sprinkler systems, commercial refrigeration, environmental controls, millwright and rigging, thermal insulation and other mechanical specialty work.
(f) Electrical work: Establishments primarily engaged in the installation and repair of electrical and communication wiring systems, except transmission and distribution lines.
(g) Interior and finishing work: Establishments primarily engaged in plastering, drywall, acoustical, finish carpentry, painting and decorating, terrazzo and tile, flooring and carpeting and other interior and finishing work.
(h) Other trade work: Establishments primarily engaged in the installation of elevators and escalators, ornamental metal, residential swimming pools and other construction work not elsewhere classified.
(3) Other services incidental to construction: Establishments primarily engaged in providing services closely related to construction process.
(a) Project management, construction: Establishments primarily engaged in project management, contract management or construction management. The participation in the construction process of this type of establishment is restricted to coordination and supervision on behalf of the principals.
(b) Other services incidental to construction: Establishments primarily engaged in the acquisition and subdivision of land for subsequent resale to builders, or in providing, on the site, services incidental to the construction process.
((B) CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
(1) Industrial inorganic chemical industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic industrial inorganic chemicals such as acids (except organic), alkalis, salts, compressed gases, radioactive chemical elements and other inorganic compounds.
(2) Industrial organic chemical industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing organic industrial chemicals such as aliphatic acids, alcohols, glycols, unsaturated monomers, amin function compounds and betone and quinine compounds.
(3) Chemical and mixed fertilizer industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chemical and mixed fertilizers and materials for fertilizers, including custom mixing.
(4) Other agricultural chemical industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and other formulated agricultural chemicals.
(5) Plastics and synthetic resin industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic resins in such forms as powders, granules, flakes or liquids, or in compounding synthetic resins into moulding compounds.
(6) Pharmaceuticals and medicine industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing drugs and medicines for human and veterinary use.
(7) Paint and varnish industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels and shellac, including establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing products such as putty, filler, oil stain and thinner.
(8) Soap and cleaning compounds industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soap in any form, detergents, cleansers, scouring powders, bleaches and fabric softeners.
(9) Toilet preparations industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing perfumes, cosmetics and other toilet preparations.
(10) Printing ink industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing inks.
(11) Adhesives industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing adhesives, glues, caulking compounds, sealants and rubber cements for domestic and industrial use from animal, vegetal or synthetic plastic materials.
(12) Explosives and ammunitions industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing explosives and ammunitions.
(13) Other chemical products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chemical products not elsewhere classified.
((C) LOGGING, FORESTRY SERVICES, SAWING WOOD AND SHINGLE MILLS
(1) Logging industry: Establishments primarily engaged in felling trees for the production of roundwoods including establishments primarily engaged in driving, booming, sorting, rafting and towing wood and also barking mills.
(2) Forestry services industry: Establishments primarily engaged in gathering forest products, forestry patrol, fire fighting, forest nurseries, reforestation and other forestry services including forestry farms and forestry land developments planted for cutting.
(3) Sawing wood and shingle mills: Establishments primarily engaged in producing rough and plane building wood, shingle and other sawmills and planing mills products.
((D) MINES AND OIL WELLS
(1) Metal mines: Establishments primarily engaged in operating mines to extract metallic ores including the dressing and beneficiating of such ores.
(a) Gold mines: Establishments primarily engaged in operating lode mines for gold and ore in which gold is usually the economic part the most important. This industry includes the dressing and beneficiating of the ore and the production of bullion at the site of the mine.
(b) Copper mines: Establishments primarily engaged in operating lode mines for gold and ores in which copper is usually the economic part the most important. This industry includes stages such as preparing ores (crushing, powdering, washing, screening and classifying), concentrating valuable mineral species, drying concentrate delivering and residue evacuation.
(c) Zinc mines: Establishments primarily engaged in operating a mine where zinc is the economic part the most important. This industry includes stages such as preparing ores, valuable mineral species concentrating, drying, concentrate delivering and residue evacuation.
(d) Iron mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining, dressing and beneficiating iron ores.
(e) Other metal mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining, dressing and beneficiating metallic ores not elsewhere classified.
(2) Non-metal mines (except coal): Establishments primarily engaged in mining and milling non-metallic minerals.
(a) Asbestos mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining and milling asbestos fibres.
(b) Peat extraction: Establishments primarily engaged in extracting and processing peat.
(c) Feldspar and quartz mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining and milling feldspar and quartz ores.
(d) Salt mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining and refining salt.
(e) Talc mines: Establishments primarily engaged in mining talc.
(f) Other non-metal mines (except coal): Establishments primarily engaged in mining and milling non-metallic ores not elsewhere classified.
(3) Petroleum and natural gas industries: Establishments primarily engaged in exploring and producing crude petroleum and natural gas.
(4) Quarry and sand pit industries
(a) Stone quarries: Establishments primarily engaged in extracting, crushing and screening igneous and sedimentary rocks from quarries.
(b) Sand pits or quarries: Establishments primarily engaged in quarrying, crushing, washing and screening sand and gravel from pits or quarries. These establishments provide sometimes the conveyance of sand and gravel to the site.
(5) Service industries incidental to mining
(a) Contract drilling for petroleum and natural gas industry: Establishments primarily engaged in contract drilling of wells for petroleum and natural gas, including establishments that specialize in “spudding in” or “drilling in” and in building, repairing and dismantling rigs and derricks. It also includes establishments primarily engaged in providing specialized services to contract drillers.
(b) Other services industries incidental to mining petroleum and gas: Establishments primarily engaged in providing services necessary to the operation of petroleum and gas fields not elsewhere classified, including establishments primarily engaged in drilling water intake wells in oil and gas fields.
(c) Contract drilling industry (except petroleum and gas): Establishments primarily engaged in contract drilling other than for petroleum and gas.
(d) Other service industries incidental to mining: Establishments primarily engaged in providing services incidental to the operation of metal and non-metal mining companies, such as mine exploration and development work including the removal of overburden and the sinking of shafts and also old style prospecting.
((E) FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
(1) Structural metal products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power boilers and parts, industrial heat exchangers, including nuclear generated steam, cast iron sectional heating boilers (3/16 inches (5 mm) or greater), industrial metal chimneys, fabricated structural metal products and other boilerwork products.
(2) Metal building products industries
(a) Pre-engineered metal buildings industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pre-engineered metal buildings, except those that are portable.
(b) Other fabricated structural metal products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heavy steel parts and similar parts of other metals and alloys not elsewhere classified. Establishments in this industry may erect structural steel bridges, for example, as well as fabricate the metal parts but they are considered to be primarily engaged in fabrication.
(3) Ornamental and architectural metal products industries
(a) Metal door and window industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel and aluminum doors, windows, sash and frames for residential, commercial and industrial buildings and hermetically sealed glass window units.
(b) Prefabricated portable metal buildings industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prefabricated, portable metal buildings, such as garden sheds.
(c) Other ornamental and architectural metal products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ornamental and architectural metal products not elsewhere classified.
(4) Stamped, pressed and coated metal products industry
(a) Custom coating of metal products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in dip coating metal and metal products by means of pulverization, immersion, galvanization and galvanoplasty. While these establishments typically coat metal, they may also metal coat other materials such as plastics or coat metal products with protective material such as Teflon.
(b) Metal container and closure industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal barrels, drums, tins, etc.
(c) Sheet metal work industry for aerolic: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal pipes and angle conduits.
(d) Other stamped and pressed metal products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sheet metal products not elsewhere classified.
(5) Wire and wire products industries
(a) Upholstery and coil spring industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing coil springs.
(b) Wire and wire rope industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plain, coated or uncoated steel wire.
(c) Industrial fastener industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial fasteners.
(d) Other wire products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wire products not elsewhere classified.
(6) Hardware, tool and cutlery industries
(a) Basic hardware industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic hardware for building, household appliances and furniture.
(b) Metal dies, moulds and patterns industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing moulds and dies for industry including establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sharp and shaped tools.
(c) Hand tool industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing tools (except power-driven).
(d) Other cutlery and hardware or tool industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hardware, tools and cutlery not elsewhere classified.
(7) Heating equipment industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing major heating appliance except power boilers.
(8) Machine shop industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machine parts and equipment, other than complete machines, for the trade. This industry includes machine shops providing custom and repair services and establishments primarily engaged in rebuilding or remachining automotive engines.
(9) Other metal fabricating industries
(a) Metal plumbing fixture and fittings industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal plumbing fixture and fittings and plumber’s brass goods.
(b) Metal valve industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal valves.
(c) Other metal fabricating industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal products not elsewhere classified, including those primarily engaged in metal heat treating.
GROUP 2
((F) WOOD INDUSTRY (excluding sawmill and shingle mills classified in subparagraph C-3)
(1) Veneer and plywood industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hardwood and softwood veneer and plywood. Plywood is classified by the type of wood on the best face.
(2) Sash, door and other millwork industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prefabricated wooden buildings, wooden kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities, wooden doors and windows and other millwork products used in the construction.
(3) Wooden box and pallet industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wooden boxes and pallets.
(4) Coffin and casket industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing coffing, casket and other mortician’s supplies.
(5) Other wood industries
(a) Wood preservation industry: Establishment primarily engaged in treating wood and wood products against normal decay.
(b) Twined and shaped wood industry: Establishments primarily engaged in wood twining and shaping.
(c) Particle board industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing a board made from small, wood chips with a water resistant adhesive binder (usually urea-formaldehyde). These boards may be used inside or outside.
(d) Other wood industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wooden products not elsewhere classified.
((G) RUBBER AND PLASTICS PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
(1) Rubber product industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber tires and tubes, rubber hose and beltings, mechanical rubber goods, weather, pressure sensitive tapes, tire retreading materials, etc.
(a) Tire and tube industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber tires and tubes for vehicles, machinery and implements.
(b) Rubber hose and belts industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber hoses and belts.
(c) Other rubber products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber products, except tires, tubes, belts and pipes, including those primarily engaged in manufacturing vulcanized rubberized clothing. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubberized clothing are excluded.
(2) Plastic products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastic products by molding, extruding or otherwise fabricate basic shapes and forms of plastic. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastic articles such as toys, buttons, tooth brushes, automobile parts and accessories or any other article provided for specifically in another category must be classified in the appropriate category. Also establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastic products from resins of their own manufacture are included in this category.
(a) Foamed and expanded plastic products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in using synthetic resins to form foamed and expanded plastic products. The products may be rigid or flexible and are made from plastics such as polystyrene or polyurethane.
(b) Plastic pipe and pipe fittings industry: Establishments primarily engaged in using synthetic resins to mould pipes and pipe fittings such as those used in pressure pipe or drain, waste and vent installations.
(c) Plastic film and sheetings industry: Establishments primarily engaged in using synthetic resins to manufacture plastic film and layflat tubing including establishments primarily engaged in producing synthetic sausage casings and those manufacturing regenerated cellulose film.
(d) Stratified or reinforced plastic product industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stratified plastic sheet under pressure or reinforced plastic sheet.
(e) Architectural plastic products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing architectural plastic products.
(f) Plastic containers industry (except those in foam): Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastic containers, except foams containers.
(g) Plastic bag industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plain or printed bags (including cellulose film).
(h) Other plastic products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in using synthetic resins to produce molded or extruded plastic products not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastic articles such as automobile parts and accessories, toys, buttons, tooth brushes or any other articles for which provision is made elsewhere in the classification should be classified according to end use in the appropriate industry.
((H) TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT INDUSTRIES
(1) Aircraft and aircraft parts industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircrafts, engines and specific equipment for aircrafts. Establishments primarily engaged in repairing aircrafts are included in this industry.
(2) Motor vehicle industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing passenger automobiles, buses, truck chassis and truck tractors.
(3) Truck and bus body industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bodies for tip-trucks, light vans and buses and tanks for trucks and trailers.
(4) Commercial semi-trailers and trailers industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial and semi-trailers (except tip-trailers).
(5) Non-commercial trailer industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-commercial trailers, motor homes and camper bodies.
(6) Mobile home industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mobile homes. A mobile home is defined as a portable structure mounted on a chassis and designed to be used as year-round dwelling.
(7) Motor vehicle parts and accessories industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle engines and engine parts; motor vehicle wiring assemblies; motor vehicle stampings; motor vehicle steering and suspension parts; motor vehicle wheels and brakes; motor vehicle fabric accessories and other motor vehicle parts and assemblies whether of metal or other materials, including plastic.
(8) Railroad rolling stock industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and rebuilding locomotives and railroad cars, including frames and parts such as wheels and brakes. These cars may be for special purpose cars and mine cars.
(9) Shipbuilding and repair industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and repairing all types of ships of more than 5 tons displacement.
(10) Boatbuilding and repair industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and repairing all types of boats of less than 5 tons displacement.
(11) Other transportation equipment industries: Establishments primarily engaged in remanufacturing transportation equipment not elsewhere classified.
((I) PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES
(1) Iron and steel mills
(a) Ferroalloys industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ferroalloys.
(b) Steel founderies: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel castings.
(c) Other primary steel industries: Establishments classified to this industry comprise two main types: integrated and non-integrated. Integrated operations generally include establishments producing pig iron in blast furnaces for subsequent smelting into molten steel in steelmaking vessels. Subsequent processing steps include the casting and rolling of the steel into primary shapes. Non-integrated establishments may produce molten steel from scrap or prereduced pellets in a steelmaking vessel prior to casting and rolling the same products as an integrated producer or the establishments may perform only the final step of rolling the primary shapes.
(2) Steel pipe and tube industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel pipes and tubes including line pipe for the transmission of fluids, gases and other materials.
(3) Iron founderies: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing iron castings.
(4) Non-ferrous metal smelting and refining industries
(a) Establishments primarily engaged in producing aluminum from alumina or bauxite and in refining aluminum.
(b) Other primary smelting and refining of non-ferrous metal industries: Establishments primarily engaged in smelting and refining non-ferrous metals (except aluminum).
(5) Aluminum rolling, casting and extruding industry
(a) Aluminum rolling industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aluminum sheets.
(b) Aluminum casting and extruding mill: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aluminum pipes and tubes and aluminum castings.
(6) Copper and copper alloy rolling, casting and extruding industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing copper and copper alloy castings.
(7) Other rolled, cast and extruded non-ferrous metal products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-ferrous metals, except aluminum and copper in cast, extruded or rolled shapes. In addition, this industry includes establishments primarily engaged in pressure die casting of all non-ferrous metals and their alloys including aluminum and copper and those engaged in the recovery of non-ferrous metals from scrap.
((J) NON-METALLIC MINERAL PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
(1) Clay products industries
(a) Clay products industries (from domestic clay): Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing structural clay products (except refractories), including those primarily engaged in a clay pit operation.
(b) Clay products industries (from imported clay): Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ceramic porcelain and china products.
(2) Hydraulic cement industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hydraulic cement.
(3) Stone products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic products and stone finish.
(4) Concrete products industries
(a) Concrete pipe industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufaturing concrete culvert and sewer pipe including fittings.
(b) Structural concrete products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing precast concrete products for structural and architectural purposes. These establishments sometimes install their products.
(c) Other concrete products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete products not elsewhere classified.
(5) Ready-mix concrete industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and delivering ready-mix concrete.
(6) Glass and glass products industries
(a) Glass containers industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass containers.
(b) Glass products industry (except glass containers): Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass products and any other glass products, except glass containers.
(7) Abrasive industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing grinding wheels and other abrasive products, including the manufacture of primary abrasive materials such as fused alumina and silicon carbide.
(8) Lime industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing quicklime and hydrated lime.
(9) Other non-metallic mineral products industries
(a) Refractories industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing refractories.
(b) Asbestos products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asbestos basic products.
(c) Gypsum products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gypsum products.
(d) Non-metallic mineral insulating materials industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fiber glass basic products, mineral wool, expanded vermiculite and perlite.
(e) Other non-metallic mineral products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-metallic mineral products not elsewhere classified.
GROUP 3
((K) GOVERNMENT SERVICE INDUSTRIES
(1) Provincial administration services
(a) Protective services: Establishments of provincial governments primarily engaged in providing services to ensure the security of persons and property. Protection includes measures to protect against negligence, exploitation and abuse. Appeal boards of provincial jurisdiction are included here.
(b) Labour and employment services: Establishments of provincial governments primarily engaged in labour market research and dealing in matters pertaining to employer-employee relations including the promotion of improved working conditions and the provision of arbitration and conciliation services in collective bargaining. Included also are provincial government employment agencies.
(c) General administrative services: Establishments of provincial governments primarily engaged in supporting government activities generally or those establishments engaged in activities overlapping a number of government functions.
(d) Human resource administration: Establishments of provincial governments primarily engaged in the administration of programs oriented towards personal well-being.
(e) Economic services administration: Establishments of provincial governments primarily engaged in the administration of programs designed to promote economic well-being and relating to transportation, communication, resource conservation, industrial development, the environment, housing, regional planning and development and research.
(2) Local administration services
(a) Protective services: Establishments of local governments primarily engaged in providing services to ensure the security of persons and property. Protection includes measures to protect against negligence, exploitation and abuse and municipal courts.
(b) General administrative services: Establishments of local governments primarily engaged in support of government activities generally or those primarily engaged in activities overlapping a number of government functions.
(c) Human resource administration: Establishments of local governments primarily engaged in the administration of programs oriented towards personal well-being.
(d) Economic services administration: Establishments of local governments primarily engaged in the administration of programs designed to promote economic well-being and relating to transportation, resource conservation, industrial development, the environments, housing and regional planning.
((L) FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRIES
(1) Food industries
(a) Slaughtering and processing meat products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in slaughtering animals and processing meat including poultry.
(b) Fish products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in eviscerating, skinning, filleting, breading, pre-cooking, blanching or otherwise processing fish including molluscs, crustaceans, fish roe and/or other marine animals and plants as well as establishments primarily engaged in producing fish oil. Frozen fish and chip dinners are a product of this industry.
(c) Fruit and vegetable industries: Establishments primarily engaged in canning, drying, freezing and preserving fruits and vegetables including juices, soups, pickles, ketchup and other similar fruit and vegetable products.
(d) Dairy products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in processing fluid milk and manufacturing other dairy products.
(e) Flour and prepared cereal food industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cereal grain flour, prepared flour mixes and prepared cereal foods.
(f) Feed industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing balanced feeds and pre-mixes or feed concentrates. The feed contains ground or rolled grains, mill feeds, animal and vegetable proteins, minerals, essential vitamins and antibiotics. Establishments primarily engaged in custom grinding of grains (feed mills) are included in this industry.
(g) Bakery products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing biscuits, bread and other bakery products.
(h) Sugar and sugar confectionery industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sugar, candy and chocolate confectionery.
(i) Other food products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in preparing tea and coffee, dry pastas, potato chips, pretzels, popcorn, malt and malt flour and other food products not elsewhere classified.
(2) Beverage industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soft drinks, potable spirits, malt beverages, wines and hard cider.
(a) Soft drink industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-alcoholic, carbonated beverages, mineral waters and concentrated syrups for the manufacture of carbonated beverages. Establishments primarily engaged in bottling water spring are also classified in this industry.
(b) Distillery products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in clarifying, rectifying, flavouring, blending and aging alcohol to manufacture distilled alcoholic beverages.
(c) Brewery products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in steeping, boiling and fermenting malt and hops to manufacture malt beverages.
(d) Wine and cider industry: Establishments primarily engaged in pressing fruits and fermenting fruit juices to manufacture wines. Establishments primarily engaged in producing hard cider (2.5% or greater alcohol) are included in this industry.
((M) FURNITURE AND FIXTURE INDUSTRIES
(1) Household furniture industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household furniture, of all kinds and of all materials. Establishments primarily engaged in re-upholstering and furniture repairing are note classified in this industry.
(2) Office furniture industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal, wood or any other office furniture.
(3) Other furniture and fixture industries
(a) Mattress and bed spring industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mattresses and bed springs.
(b) Hotel, restaurant and institutional furniture and fixture industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing special purpose furniture and fixture for hotel, motel, restaurant, store, office and institutions.
(c) Garden furniture industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wood, metal or any other garden furniture.
(d) Shelve and cabinet industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wood, metal or any other garden furniture.
(e) Frame industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing frames for pictures, photographies and mirrors.
(f) Other furniture and fixture industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing furniture and fixture, not elsewhere classified.
((N) PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES
(1) Pulp and paper industries
(a) Pulp and paper industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pulp, paper, paperboard and cellulose by any process (chemical, semi-chemical, mechanical) and from any material (wood, chiffons, alfa, etc.)
(b) Newsprint industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing newsprint and groundwood printing paper.
(c) Paperboard industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paperboard.
(d) Board and building paper industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing boards and buildings paper.
(e) Other paper industries: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fine paper, wrapping paper and raw material for tissue and sanitary paper.
(2) Asphalt roofing industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asphalt saturated roofing and siding materials.
(3) Paper box and bag industries
(a) Folding carton and set-up box industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper and paperboard set-up boxes; folding boxes and cartons; and fibrous cans.
(b) Corrugated box industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shipping boxes or cases made of corrugated paper or paperboard.
(c) Paper bag industry: Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper bags.
(4) Other converted paper products industries
(a) Coated and treated paper industry: Establishments primarily engaged in coating and treating paper (except asphalt roofing).
(b) Stationery paper products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in converting paper stock into stationery products.
(c) Paper consumer products industry: Establishments primarily engaged in converting sanitary paper stock into consumer products such as paper sanitary napkins and disposable diapers.
(d) Other paper products industries: Establishments primarily engaged in converting paper stock into products not elsewhere classified.
((O) TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE INDUSTRIES
(1) Transportation: Establishments primarily engaged in the transportation of passengers and freight by air, railway, sea and land (motor vehicles) except pipelines. Services incidental to such modes of transport are included in this category. Establishments primarily engaged in transportation of commodities by pipeline are classified in subparagraph 0-2.
(a) Air transport industries: Establishments primarily engaged in the transportation of passengers, freight or mail by scheduled, chartered and specially flying services.
(b) Services industries incidental to air transport: Establishments primarily engaged in airport operations, aircraft rental, aircraft servicing and other services incidental to air transport.
(c) Railway transport and related service industries: Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of railways. Establishments primarily engaged in providing services incidental to railway transport are included in this category.
(d) Water transport industries: Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of vessels for the transportation of passengers and freight, in ferry operations (except railway ferry), marine towing, ship chartering and other water transportation.
(e) Service industries incidental to water transport: Establishments primarily engaged in marine cargo handling, harbour and port operation, marine salvage, piloting ships, operating shipping agencies and furnishing other services incidental to water transport.
(f) Truck transport industries: Establishments primarily engaged in the provision of trucking, transfer and related services.
(g) Public passenger transit systems industries: Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of urban, interurban and rural transit systems; school buses; charter and sightseeing buses; and limousine service to airports and stations. Included are establishments primarily engaged in operating central terminals for several bus lines.
(h) Other transportation industries: Establishments primarily engaged in providing taxicab and other transportation services not elsewhere classified.
(i) Other services industries incidental to transportation: Establishments primarily engaged in the maintenance of highways, bridges and streets and other services incidental to transportation. Establishments primarily engaged in acting as ticket agents and in arranging tours, accommodation and transportation are not classified in this industry.
(2) Pipeline transport industries: Establishments primarily engaged in operating pipelines for the transport of natural gas, crude oil and other products.
(3) Storage: Establishments primarily engaged in operating grain elevators, general merchandise warehouses, cold storage or other storage facilities not elsewhere classified.
O.C. 2181-82, Sch. A; O.C. 748-83, s. 2; O.C. 362-85, s. 1.
REFERENCES
O.C. 1281-82, 1982 G.O. 2, 1790; Suppl. 1178
O.C. 748-83, 1983 G.O. 2, 1645
O.C. 362-85, 1985 G.O. 2, 1097
S.Q. 2005, c. 32, s. 309
S.Q. 2015, c. 15, s. 237