### S-2.1, r. 13 - Regulation respecting occupational health and safety

312.33. Diver’s logbook: The logbook kept by each diver in accordance with section 312.5 must contain the following information and documents:
(1)  the diver’s name, address and date of birth;
(2)  the training certificates or recognition referred to in sections 312.8 and 312.60; and
(3)  the medical certificate referred to in section 312.57.
In addition, the diver must enter the following information in the logbook after each dive:
(1)  the name of the employer for which the dive was performed;
(2)  the description of the work;
(3)  the date and time of the dive;
(4)  the diving devices and breathing mixture used;
(5)  the maximum depth reached during the dive;
(6)  the dive time;
(7)  the bottom time;
(8)  the water temperature;
(9)  the time of ascent and arrival on the surface;
(10)  the interval between successive dives;
(11)  in the case of a dive from a submerged or pressure vessel, the depth of that vessel as well as its time of arrival and departure; and
(12)  any other relevant information, such as weather conditions, currents, emergency simulation, use of a therapeutic recompression or hyperbaric exposure and the protocol carried out.
The diver’s logbook must be available at all times at the diving station.
O.C. 425-2010, s. 3.