B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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117. The recognized person is to certify
(1)  that he or she has verified the register referred to in section 114 and that the register is in compliance with the requirements of that section;
(2)  that he or she has searched for signs of leaks to ensure that the high-risk petroleum equipment does not leak and is not a hazard to public safety;
(3)  that, in the case of underground high-risk petroleum equipment, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment and inventories to ensure that they meet the requirements of sections 145, 175, 176, the second paragraph of section 177, sections 178, 215, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 227 to 229, the first paragraph of section 238, sections 247, 249, 253 and 257 of this Chapter and the requirements of section 8.95, the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.124, 8.125, 8.127, 8.128, 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 8.153, sections 8.156, 8.159, 8.160, the second and third paragraphs of section 8.162, sections 8.164, 8.165, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.166, sections 8.168, 8.170, 8.172, 8.180, 8.183 and 8.185 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2);
(4)  that, in the case of high-risk petroleum equipment in a bulk plant, he or she has examined the operation of the petroleum equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements of sections 145, 175, 176, the second paragraph of section 177, sections 178, 190, the first paragraph of section 192, section 196, the first paragraph of section 197, sections 202, 205, the second paragraph of section 209, section 215, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 226 to 229, the first paragraph of section 230, sections 257, 263, 265, 267, 268, 270 and 278 of this Chapter and the requirements of section 8.47 with respect to aboveground tanks, sections 8.64, paragraph 1 of section 8.65, section 8.93, the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.108, paragraph 4 of section 8.113, paragraphs 1, 4 and 6 of section 8.116, sections 8.124, 8.125, 8.127, 8.128, 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, 8.156, 8.195, 8.198, the first paragraph of section 8.199, section 8.200 with respect to manual valves, sections 8.204, 8.209, 8.211, 8.213, 8.215, paragraph 4 of section 8.217 and paragraph 5 of that section except with respect to the references to paragraphs 1 and 2 mentioned therein, of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code;
(5)  that, in the case of aboveground high-risk petroleum equipment other than in bulk plants, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements of section 188 but only with respect to the first paragraph of section 8.60 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code, section 189, the first and second paragraphs of section 192, section 196, the second paragraph of section 197, sections 202, 205, the second paragraph of section 209, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 227 to 229, the first paragraph of section 230, the second paragraph of section 232, the first paragraph of section 238, sections 246, 247, 249, paragraph 3 of section 251, sections 253 and 257 of this Chapter and the requirements of sections 8.53, 8.56, 8.57, 8.64, paragraph 1 of section 8.65, sections 8.72, 8.93, 8.95, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.96 with respect to Class 1 petroleum products and the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.108, paragraphs 1 to 4 and 6 of section 8.116, sections 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 8.153, sections 8.156, 8.159, 8.160, the second and third paragraphs of section 8.162, sections 8.164, 8.165, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.166, sections 8.168, 8.170, paragraph 4 of section 8.178, sections 8.180, 8.183 and 8.185 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code;
(6)  that, in the case of high-risk petroleum equipment covered by CSA Standard B139, Installation Code for Oil- Burning Equipment, published by CSA Group, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements of that standard; and
(7)  that, in the case of high-risk petroleum equipment located inside a building and not covered by subparagraph 6, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements in Part 4 of Division B of the NFCC, National Fire Code of Canada, published by the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes of the National Research Council of Canada.
Otherwise, the recognized person must inform the owner of any irregularities found and the reasons for refusing to produce the required certificate of conformity. The person must also inform the Board within 30 days.
The certificate must also contain a description of the high-risk petroleum equipment inspected, its type, make, model and capacity, the petroleum product it is to contain, the address of the place where it is situated, the date of signature, the name, address, telephone number, professional order membership number or the number of the temporary permit issued pursuant to the Engineers Act (chapter I-9) of the recognized person who produced the certificate. The certificate may be produced on the form provided for that purpose by the Board.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 10.
117. The recognized person is to certify
(1)  that he or she has verified the register referred to in section 114 and that the register is in compliance with the requirements of that section;
(2)  that he or she has searched for signs of leaks to ensure that the high-risk petroleum equipment does not leak and is not a hazard to public safety;
(3)  that, in the case of underground high-risk petroleum equipment, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment and inventories to ensure that they meet the requirements of sections 145, 175, 176, the second paragraph of section 177, sections 178, 215, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 227 to 229, the first paragraph of section 238, sections 247, 249, 253 and 257 of this Chapter and the requirements of section 8.95, the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.124, 8.125, 8.127, 8.128, 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 8.153, sections 8.156, 8.159, 8.160, the second and third paragraphs of section 8.162, sections 8.164, 8.165, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.166, sections 8.168, 8.170, 8.172, 8.180, 8.183 and 8.185 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2);
(4)  that, in the case of high-risk petroleum equipment in a bulk plant, he or she has examined the operation of the petroleum equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements of sections 145, 175, 176, the second paragraph of section 177, sections 178, 190, the first paragraph of section 192, section 196, the first paragraph of section 197, sections 202, 205, the second paragraph of section 209, section 215, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 226 to 229, the first paragraph of section 230, sections 257, 263, 265, 267, 268, 270 and 278 of this Chapter and the requirements of section 8.47 with respect to aboveground tanks, sections 8.64, paragraph 1 of section 8.65, section 8.93, the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.108, paragraph 4 of section 8.113, paragraphs 1, 4 and 6 of section 8.116, sections 8.124, 8.125, 8.127, 8.128, 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, 8.156, 8.195, 8.198, the first paragraph of section 8.199, section 8.200 with respect to manual valves, sections 8.204, 8.209, 8.211, 8.213, 8.215, paragraph 4 of section 8.217 and paragraph 5 of that section except with respect to the references to paragraphs 1 and 2 mentioned therein, of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code; and
(5)  that, in the case of aboveground high-risk petroleum equipment other than in bulk plants, he or she has examined the operation of the equipment to ensure that it meets the requirements of sections 158 and 188 but only with respect to the first paragraph of section 8.60 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code, section 189, the first and second paragraphs of section 192, section 196, the second paragraph of section 197, sections 202, 205, the second paragraph of section 209, the first paragraph of section 217, sections 227 to 229, the first paragraph of section 230, the second paragraph of section 232, the first paragraph of section 238, sections 246, 247, 249, paragraph 3 of section 251, sections 253 and 257 of this Chapter and the requirements of sections 8.53, 8.56, 8.57, 8.64, paragraph 1 of section 8.65, sections 8.72, 8.93, 8.95, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.96 with respect to Class 1 petroleum products and the third paragraph of section 8.96 with respect to impact protection, sections 8.97, 8.108, paragraphs 1 to 4 and 6 of section 8.116, sections 8.142, 8.143, 8.146, subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 8.153, sections 8.156, 8.159, 8.160, the second and third paragraphs of section 8.162, sections 8.164, 8.165, the first and second paragraphs of section 8.166, sections 8.168, 8.170, paragraph 4 of section 8.178, sections 8.180, 8.183 and 8.185 of Chapter VIII of the Construction Code.
Otherwise, the recognized person must inform the owner of any irregularities found and the reasons for refusing to produce the required certificate of conformity. The person must also inform the Board within 30 days.
The certificate must also contain a description of the high-risk petroleum equipment inspected, its type, make, model and capacity, the petroleum product it is to contain, the address of the place where it is situated, the date of signature, the name, address, telephone number, professional order membership number and temporary permit or certification number issued pursuant to the Petroleum Products Act (chapter P-30.01) of the recognized person who produced the certificate. The certificate may be produced on the form provided for that purpose by the Board.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.