Surrender of Certificate of Registration
6.5 Where the registration of an establishment has been suspended or cancelled, the operator of the establishment shall immediately surrender the certificate of registration to an inspector.
- SOR/91-371, s. 4;
- SOR/97-302, s. 4.
7. (1) In every packing plant
(a) the land and buildings comprising the plant,
(b) the lavatories, dressing rooms and washrooms in the plant, and
(c) all containers used in the plant
shall be clean and sanitary.
(2) Every packing plant shall be so designed and constructed that
(a) no odours or fumes from any lavatory, sink or cesspool will pervade any room or area in which maple products are prepared, packed or stored; and
(b) no maple product will come in contact with anything in the plant that might injuriously affect its quality.
(3) No person who is suffering from a communicable disease, is a known carrier of a communicable disease or has an infected wound or open lesion shall work in any area of a packing plant where there is a danger of contaminating maple products or maple product contact surfaces with micro-organisms of public health significance.
(3.1) Every person engaged in handling or processing maple products shall maintain a high degree of personal cleanliness while on duty and wear and keep clean appropriate clothing including suitable hair covering in order to prevent contamination of maple products.
(4) No person shall smoke or chew tobacco in any part of a packing plant in which maple products are prepared.
(5) All equipment used in the operations of a sugar bush operator who prepares and grades maple products shall be clean and sanitary.
- SOR/83-424, s. 2;
- SOR/85-264, s. 3.
8. All maple products that are prepared or graded in a packing plant shall be prepared, packed and stored in a sanitary manner.
9. Maple syrup shall be packed as required by this Part as a condition to application or use of a grade name in respect of that syrup.
10. (1) Every container that is
(a) marked with a grade name, or
(b) shipped outside the province in which it was produced
shall be clean and sound.
(2) Every container
(a) of maple syrup that
(i) has a capacity of five litres or less, and
(ii) is marked with a grade name, and
(b) of maple sugar that
(i) has a capacity of five kilograms or less, and
(ii) is exported out of Canada or sent or conveyed from one province to another
shall be new.
(3) Maple syrup marked with a grade name shall be packed in a container that is of a container size set out in Schedule V.I.
(4) Maple sugar shall not be packed in a container for export out of Canada or for sending or conveying from one province to another unless the net weight of the sugar in the container
(a) does not exceed 125 g; or
(b) is equal to
(i) 250 g,
(ii) 375 g,
(iii) 500 g,
(iv) 750 g,
(v) 1 kg, or
(vi) any multiple of 1 kg.
(5) For the purposes of this section, the net quantity of maple syrup in a container shall be determined by the method described in Schedule V.
(6) Every container of maple syrup or maple sugar marked with a grade name shall
(a) be filled to at least 90 per cent of its capacity; and
(b) contain at least the net quantity of maple syrup or maple sugar that is marked on its label.
(7) Every container of maple syrup shall be capable of being securely closed by means of a screw-cap, friction lid or hermetically sealed lid, bung or similar device.
(8) and (9) [Revoked, SOR/81-577, s. 4]
- SOR/81-577, s. 4;
- SOR/92-497, s. 1.
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