S-3.1, r. 4 - Regulation determining matters to be treated in a safety regulation

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chapter S-3.1, r. 4
Regulation determining matters to be treated in a safety regulation
SAFETY IN SPORTS — MATTERS IN SAFETY REGULATION
Act respecting safety in sports
(chapter S-3.1, ss. 26 and 54).
S-3.1
September 1 2012
1. The matters that must be treated in a safety regulation made by a sports federation or an unaffiliated sports body are as follows:
(1)  standards for training facilities and equipment;
(2)  standards for the training of participants;
(3)  standards for participation is a sports event, contest or exhibition;
(4)  standards for the training and responsibilities of persons required to play a role along with the participants;
(5)  standards for the training and responsibilities of persons who enforce game and safety rules;
(6)  standards for organizing and holding a sports event, contest or exhibition;
(7)  standards for the places where a sports event, contest or exhibition is held;
(8)  standards for the facilities and equipment used at a sports event, contest, or exhibition;
(9)  standards for safety services and equipment required at a sports event, contest or exhibition;
(10)  penalties for non-compliance with the Regulation.
O.C. 3075-82, s. 1.
2. (Omitted).
O.C. 3075-82, s. 2.
REFERENCES
O.C. 3074-82, 1983 G.O. 2, 114
O.C. 3075-82, 1983 G.O. 2, 111