F-5, r. 2 - Regulation respecting certificates of qualification and apprenticeship regarding gas, stationary engines and pressure vessels

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1. In this Regulation,
“authorized person” means a person qualified for the certificate of qualification in question or a person designated by the employer who has authority over the activities of an apprentice; (personne autorisée)
“certified appliance” means any appliance certified in accordance with Division IV of Chapter II of the Building Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2); (appareil approuvé)
“cylinder” means a receptacle designed and built for the use, storage and distribution of propane, in accordance with Division IV of Chapter III of the Safety Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 3); (bouteille)
“gas” means a gas within the meaning of section 7 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1); (gaz)
“gas appliance” means a device used to transform gas into energy, including the required controls, components, piping and wiring; (appareil au gaz)
“mine” means the establishment, with or without a treatment or processing plant, in which exploration work is performed, except the drilling of an artesian well, or the extraction of soil or sub-soil for removing a mineral substance in order to obtain a commercial or industrial product, including the buildings, warehouses, garages and workshops located at the surface in which work is performed related to the exploration for or the extraction of a mineral substance; (mine)
“pressure vessel” means a pressure vessel within the meaning of section 7 of the Building Act; (appareil sous pression)
“propane” means propane within the meaning of section 28 of the Safety Code; (propane)
“qualified person” means a person holding a valid certificate of qualification; (personne qualifiée)
“stationary engine” means any of the following pressure vessels, including the piping and accessories used for their operation:
(1)  a steam, hot water or other fluid boiler or generator;
(2)  a steam engine or turbine; and
(3)  a refrigerating apparatus; (machine fixe)
“stationary engine installation” means a combination of stationary engines located on the same premises and connected together; (installation de machines fixes)
“supervise” means to watch over and control the operation of a stationary engine or stationary engine installation and fill out the required records; (surveiller)
“supervision” means the overseeing of the work of a person by the holder of a certificate of qualification required for the supervised work who is available to assist the person; (supervision)
“tank” means a receptacle, including a mobile tank, intended for gas storage or distribution. (réservoir)
O.C. 280-2006, s. 1; O.C. 1147-2008, s. 1; O.C. 548-2014, s. 1.
1. In this Regulation,
“certified appliance” means any appliance certified in accordance with Division IV of Chapter II of the Building Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 2); (appareil approuvé)
“cylinder” means a receptacle designed and built for the use, storage and distribution of propane, in accordance with Division IV of Chapter III of the Safety Code (chapter B-1.1, r. 3); (bouteille)
“gas” means a gas within the meaning of section 7 of the Building Act (chapter B-1.1); (gaz)
“gas appliance” means a device used to transform gas into energy, including the required controls, components, piping and wiring; (appareil au gaz)
“mine” means the establishment, with or without a treatment or processing plant, in which exploration work is performed, except the drilling of an artesian well, or the extraction of soil or sub-soil for removing a mineral substance in order to obtain a commercial or industrial product, including the buildings, warehouses, garages and workshops located at the surface in which work is performed related to the exploration for or the extraction of a mineral substance; (mine)
“pressure vessel” means a pressure vessel within the meaning of section 7 of the Building Act; (appareil sous pression)
“propane” means propane within the meaning of section 28 of the Safety Code; (propane)
“stationary engine” means any of the following pressure vessels, including the piping and accessories used for their operation:
(1)  a steam, hot water or other fluid boiler or generator;
(2)  a steam engine or turbine; and
(3)  a refrigerating apparatus; (machine fixe)
“stationary engine installation” means a combination of stationary engines located on the same premises and connected together; (installation de machines fixes)
“supervise” means to watch over and control the operation of a stationary engine or stationary engine installation and fill out the required records; (surveiller)
“supervision” means the overseeing of the work of a person by the holder of a certificate of qualification required for the supervised work who is available to assist the person; (supervision)
“tank” means a receptacle, including a mobile tank, intended for gas storage or distribution. (réservoir)
O.C. 280-2006, s. 1; O.C. 1147-2008, s. 1.