C-24.2, r. 32 - Regulation respecting safety standards for road vehicles

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209. The Société shall, in accordance with section 543.4 of the Code, certify any preventive maintenance program in place of mandatory periodic mechanical inspection if it meets the following minimum standards:
(1)  the road vehicles subject to the program must comply with the provisions of subdivisions 2 to 14 of Division III or IV of Chapter II of this Regulation;
(2)  the owner who applies for the certification of his program shall have at his disposal a place sheltered from frost and bad weather ensuring access to the various parts of the road vehicle;
(3)  the mechanics assigned to the preventive maintenance of heavy vehicles having a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,258 kg or more shall hold a certificate of competency issued by the Société under section 543.3.1 of the Code;
(4)  the mechanics assigned to the preventive maintenance of heavy vehicles whose gross weight rating is less than 7,258 kg and medium-weight vehicles registered in the PMP shall
(a)  hold a vocational study diploma recognized by the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports in automobile mechanics and have 2 years of relevant experience in the repair of the mechanisms of road vehicles, particularly the suspension, steering and brake system;
(b)  have 5 years of relevant experience in the repair of the mechanisms of road vehicles, particularly the suspension, steering and brake system; or
(c)  hold the certificate of competency issued by the Société under section 543.3.1 of the Code;
(5)  the records shall contain the following information and documents for each vehicle covered by the program;
(a)  the identification number of the vehicle and the plate number, the make, year, owner’s name and, where applicable, the name of the long-term lessor;
(b)  the schedule of upcoming services according to the recall criterion used by the carrier and the purpose of each service;
(c)  the maintenance sheet completed and signed as described in section 211 by the mechanic who serviced the vehicle for each service performed since the beginning of the program or for the 2 last years of operation, whichever is shortest;
(d)  for heavy vehicles having a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,258 kg or more, a register of the brake lining measurements if they are not provided on the maintenance sheets;
(e)  proof that the repairs have been made following the service; and
(f)  the dates on which the storage begins and ends, where applicable.
O.C. 1483-98, s. 209; O.C. 623-99, s. 23; O.C. 1049-2010, s. 14; 370-2016O.C. 370-2016, s. 102.
209. The Société shall, in accordance with section 543.4 of the Code, certify any preventive maintenance program in place of mandatory periodic mechanical inspection if it meets the following minimum standards:
(1)  the road vehicles subject to the program must comply with the provisions of subdivisions 2 to 14 of Division III or IV of Chapter II of this Regulation;
(2)  the owner who applies for the certification of his program shall have at his disposal a place sheltered from frost and bad weather ensuring access to the various parts of the road vehicle;
(3)  the mechanics assigned to the preventive maintenance of motorized road vehicles having a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,258 kg or more and trailers shall hold a certificate of competency issued by the Société under section 543.3.1 of the Code;
(4)  the mechanics assigned to the preventive maintenance of motor vehicles whose gross weight rating is less than 7,258 kg and medium-weight vehicles registered in the PMP shall
(a)  hold a vocational study diploma recognized by the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports in automobile mechanics and have 2 years of relevant experience in the repair of the mechanisms of road vehicles, particularly the suspension, steering and brake system;
(b)  have 5 years of relevant experience in the repair of the mechanisms of road vehicles, particularly the suspension, steering and brake system; or
(c)  hold the certificate of competency issued by the Société under section 543.3.1 of the Code;
(5)  the records shall contain the following information and documents for each vehicle covered by the program;
(a)  the identification number of the vehicle and the plate number, the make, year, owner’s name and, where applicable, the name of the long-term lessor;
(b)  the schedule of upcoming services according to the recall criterion used by the carrier and the purpose of each service;
(c)  the maintenance sheet completed and signed as described in section 211 by the mechanic who serviced the vehicle for each service performed since the beginning of the program or for the 2 last years of operation, whichever is shortest;
(d)  for motorized road vehicles having a gross vehicle weight rating of 7,258 kg or more and trailers, a register of the brake lining measurements if they are not provided on the maintenance sheets;
(e)  proof that the repairs have been made following the service; and
(f)  the dates on which the storage begins and ends, where applicable.
O.C. 1483-98, s. 209; O.C. 623-99, s. 23; O.C. 1049-2010, s. 14.