B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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323. The Board issues the identification plate at the end of the construction work provided for in Chapter IX of the Construction Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2) and on receiving the certificate of conformity according to section 9.12 of that Code.
Despite the first paragraph, an identification plate may be issued for a portable amusement ride or device if the owner has obtained from a person recognized under Chapter IX of the Construction Code
(1)  a certificate of conformity with the Safety Code certifying that the amusement device
(a)  has been designed, manufactured and built so as to withstand loads and constraints under all loading and operating conditions;
(b)  has undergone tests and inspections to that effect and that their results are satisfactory;
(c)  has been altered, if applicable, according to the manufacturer’s bulletin recommendations;
(d)  has been delivered with the documents necessary for its operation and maintenance; and
(e)  has been approved in accordance with CSA Standard SPE-1000, Model Code for the Field Evaluation of Electrical Equipment;
(2)  a detailed report of the tests and inspections performed on the amusement device that confirms its working order;
(3)  specific recommendations concerning operation, periodic testing and maintenance.
The certificate must also indicate the type, trademark, model and serial number of the amusement device, the date on which and the place where the tests and inspections were conducted together with the name, seal and title of the person by whom they were performed.
O.C. 363-2012, s. 1.