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

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354. Using a safety net: A safety net shall:
(1)  be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction manual and be placed in such a way as to prevent a person from falling more than 6 m in free fall;
(2)  have sufficient surface spread to intercept a falling person;
(3)  be capable of supporting a mass of 115 kg falling from a maximum height of 6 m and with a safety factor of 3;
(4)  be sufficiently flexible to break the fall and retain the person;
(5)  be resistant to atmospheric agents;
(6)  be free of all foreign matter;
(7)  have a mesh measuring about 150 mm × 150 mm;
(8)  be installed such that upon use the person falling into it will not strike any object above or below the net or be struck by any object whatsoever;
(9)  bear an indication of the manufacturer’s name and make, the identification number, the year of manufacture and the minimum resistance.
O.C. 885-2001, s. 354; 1411-2018O.C. 1411-2018, s. 31.
354. Using a safety net: A safety net shall:
(1)  be placed in such a way as to prevent a person from falling more than 6 m in free fall;
(2)  have sufficient surface spread to intercept a falling person;
(3)  be capable of supporting a mass of 115 kg falling from a maximum height of 6 m and with a safety factor of 3;
(4)  be sufficiently flexible to break the fall and retain the person;
(5)  be resistant to atmospheric agents;
(6)  be free of all foreign matter;
(7)  have a mesh measuring about 150 mm × 150 mm;
(8)  be installed such that upon use the person falling into it will not strike any object above or below the net or be struck by any object whatsoever.
O.C. 885-2001, s. 354.