B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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114. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation that includes at least one component that is high-risk petroleum equipment must keep in a register or append thereto, as the case may be, the following information and documents:
(1)  during the existence of the petroleum equipment, a copy of the plans relating to all construction work carried out on the equipment and all technical information relating to the alterations made to the equipment;
(2)  for at least 10 years,
(a)  inspection certificates issued by a certified inspector under section 52 of the Act respecting petroleum products and equipment (chapter P-29.1) and certificates of conformity or safety produced by a recognized person;
(b)  the information listed in paragraph 9 of section 121;
(c)  notices of correction given to a permit holder under section 92 of the Act respecting petroleum products and equipment as it read on 31 March 2007 or remedial notices given by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec under section 122 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1);
(d)  corrosion protection system inspection reports;
(e)  leak detection system inspection reports;
(f)  leak detection test reports;
(g)  operating performance monitoring reports, tests, inspections, water dips required under section 143 and a description of the measures taken to meet, where applicable, the requirements of sections 139 to 142, 145 to 153, 191 and 230;
(h)  periods during which the equipment was not used; and
(i)  a description of any measure taken to meet, if applicable, the requirements of sections 175, 176 and 181; and
(3)  for at least 2 years,
(a)  copies of petroleum product purchase, delivery, sale and withdrawal records;
(b)  gauge readings of the product, water dip readings in the tanks and readings of dispenser meters;
(c)  calculations allowing the monthly determination of any gain or loss of product if gauging of petroleum products is required under this Chapter; and
(d)  dates on which draining was carried out, the quantity that was drained and the name of the person or enterprise that carried out the draining.
For heating fuel oil tanks, diesel tanks and diesel tanks containing biodiesel used to supply a generator set, only the documents in subparagraph a of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph need be retained for a minimum of 2 years.
The register must be made available to the Board or a recognized person.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 8.
114. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation that includes at least one component that is high-risk petroleum equipment must keep in a register or append thereto, as the case may be, the following information and documents:
(1)  during the existence of the petroleum equipment, a copy of the plans relating to all construction work carried out on the equipment and all technical information relating to the alterations made to the equipment;
(2)  for at least 10 years,
(a)  inspection certificates issued by a certified inspector under section 52 of the Act respecting petroleum products and equipment (chapter P-29.1) and certificates of conformity or safety produced by a recognized person;
(b)  the information listed in paragraph 9 of section 121;
(c)  notices of correction given to a permit holder under section 92 of the Act respecting petroleum products and equipment as it read on 31 March 2007 or remedial notices given by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec under section 122 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1);
(d)  corrosion protection system inspection reports;
(e)  leak detection system inspection reports;
(f)  leak detection test reports;
(g)  operating performance monitoring reports, tests, inspections, water dips required under section 143 and a description of the measures taken to meet, where applicable, the requirements of sections 139 to 142, 145 to 153, 191 and 230;
(h)  periods during which the equipment was not used; and
(i)  a description of any measure taken to meet, if applicable, the requirements of sections 175, 176 and 181; and
(3)  for at least 2 years,
(a)  copies of petroleum product purchase, delivery, sale and withdrawal records;
(b)  gauge readings of the product, water dip readings in the tanks and readings of dispenser meters;
(c)  calculations allowing the monthly determination of any gain or loss of product if gauging of petroleum products is required under this Chapter; and
(d)  dates on which draining was carried out, the quantity that was drained and the name of the person or enterprise that carried out the draining.
For fuel oil, diesel and biodiesel tanks used to supply a generator set, only the documents in subparagraph 1 need be retained for a minimum of 2 years.
The register must be made available to the Board or a recognized person.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.