B-1.1 - Building Act

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175. The Board shall by regulation adopt a safety code.
The code shall contain safety standards for buildings, facilities intended for use by the public, installations independent of a building and petroleum equipment installations and their vicinity, and standards for their maintenance, use, state of repair, operation and hygiene.
The code may contain standards regarding the following matters in particular:
(1)  fire and accident prevention and protection;
(2)  the maximum number of persons that may be admitted to a building or to a facility intended for use by the public;
(3)  the supervision measures required and the qualifications of the persons who are to carry them out;
(4)  materials, apparatus and equipment to be used or prohibited in buildings, facilities intended for use by the public, installations independent of a building or petroleum equipment installations;
(5)  the assembly, erection, inspection, certification, approval, quantity, site and tests of materials, facilities, apparatus and installations;
(6)  the use, display and storage of substances involving safety hazards;
(7)  the transportation by pipeline and the storage, handling, transfer and distribution of gas or petroleum products.
1985, c. 34, s. 175; 1991, c. 74, s. 81; 2005, c. 10, s. 60; 2019, c. 282019, c. 28, s. 24.
175. The Board shall by regulation adopt a safety code.
The code shall contain safety standards for buildings, facilities intended for use by the public, installations independent of a building and petroleum equipment installations and their vicinity, and standards for their maintenance, use, state of repair, operation and hygiene.
The code may contain standards regarding the following matters in particular:
(1)  fire and accident prevention and protection;
(2)  the maximum number of persons that may be admitted to a building or to a facility intended for use by the public;
(3)  the supervision measures required and the qualifications of the persons who are to carry them out;
(4)  materials, apparatus and equipment to be used or prohibited in buildings, facilities intended for use by the public, installations independent of a building or petroleum equipment installations;
(5)  the assembly, erection, inspection, certification, approval, quantity, site and tests of materials, facilities, apparatus and installations;
(6)  the use, display and storage of substances involving safety hazards.
1985, c. 34, s. 175; 1991, c. 74, s. 81; 2005, c. 10, s. 60.
175. The Board shall by regulation adopt a Safety Code.
The Code shall contain safety standards for buildings, for facilities intended for use by the public and for installations independent of a building and their vicinity, and standards for their maintenance, use, state of repair, operation and hygiene.
The Code may contain standards regarding the following matters in particular:
(1)  fire and accident prevention and protection;
(2)  the maximum number of persons that may be admitted to a building or to a facility intended for use by the public;
(3)  the supervision measures required and the qualifications of the persons who are to carry them out;
(4)  materials, apparatus and equipment to be used or prohibited in buildings, in facilities intended for use by the public or in installations independent of a building;
(5)  the assembly, erection, inspection, certification, approval, quantity, site and tests of materials, facilities, apparatus and installations;
(6)  the use, display and storage of substances involving safety hazards.
1985, c. 34, s. 175; 1991, c. 74, s. 81.