B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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121. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation applying for the issue or renewal of a permit must provide the Board with the following information and documents:
(1)  the owner’s name, home address and, where applicable, the business number assigned to the owner under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(2)  if the application is made on behalf of a partnership or a legal person, the name of the partnership or legal person, the address of its head office and, where applicable, the business number referred to in paragraph 1;
(3)  the address and telephone number of the site where the petroleum equipment covered by the application is situated if the address is different from the address of domicile or head office;
(4)  if a certificate is required, the date of the certificate produced by a recognized person referred to in section 118 since the last application for the issue or renewal of a permit and the date on which the owner was informed by a recognized person of any irregularity; the owner must also provide the professional order membership number or temporary permit number of the person or the certification number of the certified inspector, where applicable;
(4.1)  if the application concerns a pipeline, a quality control program in accordance with the requirements of sections 119.2 and 119.4;
(5)  the characteristics of the petroleum equipment covered by the application, in particular
(a)  the storage capacity in litres;
(b)  the nature of the petroleum products stored or intended to be stored;
(c)  the date of installation and the name and address of the contractor or owner-builder who installed the equipment;
(d)  the year of manufacture and the name and address of the manufacturer;
(e)  the automatic leak detection systems on high-risk petroleum equipment; and
(f)  a description of the location of all high-risk petroleum equipment on the site;
(6)  a declaration from the owner stating that the application information is accurate and complete;
(7)  the date of the owner’s signature;
(8)  the certificate of conformity required; and
(9)  in the case of an application for renewal, a declaration of the events having affected the equipment during the permit validity period, including
(a)  all petroleum product leaks and spills greater than 100 litres;
(b)  all explosions and fires related to petroleum equipment;
(c)  all failures in storage or dispensing equipment that are a hazard to public safety; and
(d)  the date of the event and the extent of the damages.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 12.
121. The owner of a petroleum equipment installation applying for the issue or renewal of a permit must provide the Board with the following information and documents:
(1)  the owner’s name, home address and, where applicable, the business number assigned to the owner under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(2)  if the application is made on behalf of a partnership or a legal person, the name of the partnership or legal person, the address of its head office and, where applicable, the business number referred to in paragraph 1;
(3)  the address and telephone number of the site where the petroleum equipment covered by the application is situated if the address is different from the address of domicile or head office;
(4)  if a certificate is required, the date of the certificate produced by a recognized person referred to in section 118 since the last application for the issue or renewal of a permit and the date on which the owner was informed by a recognized person of any irregularity; the owner must also provide the professional order membership number or temporary permit number of the person or the certification number of the certified inspector, where applicable;
(5)  the characteristics of the petroleum equipment covered by the application, in particular
(a)  the storage capacity in litres;
(b)  the nature of the petroleum products stored or intended to be stored;
(c)  the date of installation and the name and address of the contractor or owner-builder who installed the equipment;
(d)  the year of manufacture and the name and address of the manufacturer;
(e)  the automatic leak detection systems on high-risk petroleum equipment; and
(f)  a description of the location of all high-risk petroleum equipment on the site;
(6)  a declaration from the owner stating that the application information is accurate and complete;
(7)  the date of the owner’s signature;
(8)  the certificate of conformity required; and
(9)  in the case of an application for renewal, a declaration of the events having affected the equipment during the permit validity period, including
(a)  all petroleum product leaks and spills greater than 100 litres;
(b)  all explosions and fires related to petroleum equipment;
(c)  all failures in storage or dispensing equipment that are a hazard to public safety; and
(d)  the date of the event and the extent of the damages.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.