B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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109. In this Chapter, unless the context indicates otherwise,
cargo tank means a tank having one or more compartments fixed to a truck, a railway car, a trailer or a semi-trailer and used to transport, transfer or dispense petroleum products; (citerne)
container means a container that holds less than 45 litres; (contenant)
fuelling area means the part of the dispensing area situated opposite each motor fuel dispenser where vehicles stop to be refuelled; (aire de ravitaillement)
portable tank means a container that holds not less than 45 litres and not more than 225 litres and is designed to be moved; (réservoir portatif)
reception area means the area around the fill pipe of an underground tank and around the site of an aboveground tank; (aire de réception)
service area means the space in a building used for servicing or repairing vehicles. (aire d’entretien)
In this Chapter, “airport outlet”, “booth”, “bulk plant”, “designated location”, “first storey”, “flash point”, “high-risk petroleum equipment”, “marina outlet”, “motor fuel dispensing outlet”, “petroleum equipment”, “pipeline”, “recognized person”, “self-serve facility”, “service centre”, “storey”, “tank”, “unattended self-serve facility”, “underground piping”, “underground tank” and “user outlet” have the meaning assigned in section 8.01 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2).
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 2.
109. In this Chapter, unless the context indicates otherwise,
“cargo tank” means a tank having one or more compartments fixed to a truck, a railway car, a trailer or a semi-trailer and used to transport, transfer or dispense petroleum products; (citerne)
“container” means a container that holds less than 45 litres; (contenant)
“fuelling area” means the part of the dispensing area situated opposite each motor fuel dispenser where vehicles stop to be refuelled; (aire de ravitaillement)
“portable tank” means a container that holds not less than 45 litres and not more than 225 litres and is designed to be moved; (réservoir portatif)
“reception area” means the area around the fill pipe of an underground tank and around the site of an aboveground tank; (aire de réception)
“service area” means the space in a building used for servicing or repairing vehicles. (aire d’entretien)
In this Chapter, “airport outlet”, “aviation fuel”, “biodiesel fuel”, “booth”, “bulk plant”, “designated location”, “diesel fuel”, “first storey”, “flash point”, “fuel oil”, “high-risk petroleum equipment”, “marina outlet”, “motor fuel”, “motor fuel dispensing outlet”, “petroleum equipment”, “recognized person”, “self-serve facility”, “service centre”, “storey”, “tank”, “unattended self-serve facility”, “underground piping”, “underground tank” and “user outlet” have the meaning assigned in section 8.01 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2).
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.