B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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84. An owner who applies for the issue or renewal of an operation permit must obtain and maintain in force, during the entire term of the permit, liability insurance without an expiry date of a minimum amount of $2,000,000 for an installation independent of a building and intended to store or distribute propane of 5,000 US gal (18,927 litres) in fixed water capacity or less, or natural gas of less than 4.5 metric tons of total capacity and $10,000,000 for an installation independent of a building and intended to store or distribute propane of more than 5,000 US gal (18,927 litres) in fixed water capacity, or natural gas of 4.5 metric tons or more of total capacity to cover damage caused to another person as a result of fault or negligence in the operation of the installation. The insurance must provide for a commitment by the insurer to inform the Board of the insurer’s intention to terminate the contract or modify the status of the policy.
An attestation of the insurer to the effect that the insurance meets the requirements of the first paragraph must be sent to the Board with the application for the issue, modification or renewal of the operation permit.
O.C. 877-2003, s. 1; 992-2018O.C. 992-2018, s. 1.
84. A person who applies for the issue or renewal of an operation permit shall obtain and maintain in force, during the entire term of the permit, liability insurance of a minimum amount of $1,000,000 to cover damage caused to another person as a result of fault or negligence in the operation of the installation. The insurance must provide for a commitment by the insurer to inform the Board of the insurer’s intention to terminate the contract.
An attestation of the insurer to the effect that the insurance meets the requirements of the first paragraph must be sent to the Board with the application for the issue or renewal of the operation permit.
O.C. 877-2003, s. 1.