B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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28. Subject to the exemptions provided for in section 29 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1) and the second and third paragraphs of this section, this Chapter applies to every gas installation, including its surroundings.
However, it does not apply to a gas installation intended to use gas other than an installation used to produce energy, heat or light from a gas.
The following installations are also exempt from the application of this Chapter:
(1)  installations intended to store or distribute gas by tank vehicle as long as the tank is not used as a storage tank at the point of use;
(2)  installations intended to use gas to ensure the motive power of a vehicle;
(3)  installations intended to use gas in a refinery, regardless of its origin, as raw material for the petroleum refining process or for the process of a petrochemical plant;
(4)  installations intended to store, in a refinery, gas resulting from the refining of petroleum;
(5)  installations intended to store or use gas on boats;
(6)  installations intended to use gas as a refrigerant;
(7)  installations intended to store gas in underground natural tanks or tanks shaped in the ground; and
(8)  installations intended to use or store on the premises gas collected from a disposal site or gas from an anaerobic digester.
O.C. 877-2003, s. 1; 992-2018O.C. 992-2018, s. 1.
28. In this Chapter,
“gas installation” means an installation intended to use, store or distribute gas;
“propane” means a liquefied petroleum gas mainly composed of propane, propylene, butane, butylene or a blend of those gases.
O.C. 877-2003, s. 1.