B-1.1, r. 2 - Construction Code

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2.14. CSA Standard B149.3 is amended
(1)  by replacing “D (informative)” in “Annexes” in the Table of Contents by “D (mandatory)”;
(2)  by revoking Clause 1.2;
(3)  by replacing the first paragraph of Clause 2 by the following:
“The documents incorporated by reference into this Code are those indicated below and include any subsequent amendments and editions that may be published.
Despite the first paragraph, where a document indicated below is adopted by reference by a chapter of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2) or the Safety Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 3), or by another regulation of the Board, the document incorporated by reference into this Code is then the document as adopted by that chapter or regulation.”;
(4)  in Clause 3
(a)  by replacing “The following definitions shall apply in this Code:” after the note by “Unless the context indicates otherwise, the following definitions shall apply in this Code:”;
(b)  by replacing the definition “Approved” by the following:
Approved: approved or authorized by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec under sections 2.06 and 2.07 of the Construction Code or section 127 or 128 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1).”;
(c)  by replacing the definition of “Authority having jurisdiction” by the following:
Authority having jurisdiction: Régie du bâtiment du Québec.”;
(5)  by replacing Clause 5.4.3 by the following:
“5.4.3. When an electronic-type fuel-air ratio control (FARC) system is used, it shall be in compliance with standard ISO 23552-1 or the provisions of Annex D.”;
(6)  by replacing “(informative)” in the title of Annex D by “(mandatory)”;
(7)  by replacing the note in Annex D by the following:
Note: This Annex is a mandatory part of this Code.”;
(8)  by replacing the first two paragraphs of Clause D.2 in Annex D by the following:
“These Guidelines provide a listing of the features that shall be incorporated with electronic-type fuel-air ratio control (FARC) systems.
The provisions shall be satisfied.”.
O.C. 875-2003, s. 1; O.C. 1172-2005, s. 3; O.C. 120-2006, s. 7; 991-2018O.C. 991-2018, s. 1.
2.14. Standard CSA Z662-03 is amended
(1)  by substituting the following for Clause 1.1:
“ 1.1 This Standard applies to the pipeline systems of a gas undertaking.”;
(2)  by revoking Clauses 1.2 and 1.3;
(3)  in Clause 2,
(a)  by substituting the following for the first sentence of the first paragraph:
“ The editions and documents incorporated by reference into this Standard are those indicated below except in the cases provided for in section 2.03 of Chapter II of the Construction Code made under the Building Act (chapter B-1.1).”;
(b)  by substituting “B51-M1991 for “B51-03”;
(c)  (subparagraph revoked);
(d)  (subparagraph revoked);
(e)  (subparagraph revoked);
(4)  in Clause 3.1,
(a)  by substituting the following for the definition “Company”:
“ Company: the gas undertaking or contractor that is in charge of construction.”;
(b)  by deleting the definition “Construction”;
(c)  by substituting the following for the definitions “Contractor” and “Company, operating”:
“ Contractor: person holding a contractor’s or an owner-builder’s licence issued under the Building Act (chapter B-1.1).
Company, operating”: the gas undertaking that operates the pipeline system.”; and
(5)  by inserting the following after Clause 12.2:
“ 12.2.1 The service line of each building must come out of the ground before entering the building and it must be equipped with a service shut-off valve outside the building.
However, if the location where the service line comes out of the ground presents a danger and the service line cannot be protected, it must enter the building below ground level and be equipped with an underground service shut-off valve located outside the building and with another service shut-off valve inside, as near as possible to the foundation wall.
12.2.2 The service shut-off valves outside the ground must be easily accessible for their operation. The expression “easily accessible” means within reach, without it being necessary to climb, remove an obstacle or use a mobile ladder.
12.2.3 Before supplying gas to an installation, a piped gas undertaking must affix to the building, above any service entrance, a distinctive mark that can be seen at all times.
12.2.4 The piped gas undertaking must notify all users affected by an interruption of service and ensure that the service is restored safely.”.
O.C. 875-2003, s. 1; O.C. 1172-2005, s. 3; O.C. 120-2006, s. 7.