98. Due provision shall be made, by the use of suitable working clothes without pockets and suitable shoes and by searching and otherwise, or by some or all of such means, to prevent the introduction into any danger building of fire, matches or any substance or article likely to cause explosion or fire, and to prevent the introduction of any iron, steel, or grit into any part of a danger building where it would be likely to come into contact with explosive; and in the case of a magazine in which any explosive that is liable to be dangerously affected by water is kept, due precautions shall be taken to exclude water from such magazine; but this section does not prevent the introduction of an artificial light of such construction, position, or character that will not cause any danger of fire or explosion; and so much of this section as applies to the exclusion of iron, steel or grit does not apply in a magazine in which no explosive other than explosive of Division 1 of Class 6 (ammunition) is kept.
99. [Revoked, SOR/82-779, s. 4]
100. Any vehicle or receptacle in which explosive is conveyed from one building to another in a magazine, or from any building to any place outside of a magazine, or from one part of a magazine to any place outside of a magazine shall, unless specially exempted by the licence or by an order of an inspector, be constructed without any exposed iron or steel in the interior thereof, and shall convey only the explosive, and shall be closed or otherwise properly covered over; and the explosive shall be so conveyed with due diligence and with such precautions and in such manner as will sufficiently guard against any accidental ignition or explosion; except that so much of this section as applies to the exclusion of iron or steel does not apply to a vehicle or receptacle in which no explosive other than explosive of Division 1 of Class 6 (ammunition) is conveyed.
101. A person under the age of 16 years shall not be employed in or enter any danger building, except in the presence and under the supervision of some responsible person over the age of 21 years.
102. On the approach of a thunderstorm the magazine, if open, shall be closed, and every person in or about the magazine shall be withdrawn therefrom for the duration of the storm.
103. (1) The operator of a licensed magazine shall, with respect to explosives other than fireworks, propellants and safety cartridges, keep the following records:
(a) a record of the quantity of each explosive received, containing
(i) the brand name,
(ii) the strength,
(iii) the cartridge size,
(iv) the name and address of the person from whom the explosive was acquired,
(v) the designation of the magazine where the explosive is being stored, and
(vi) the date the explosive was received;
(b) a record of each explosive in his possession, which shall contain the information set out in subparagraphs (a)(i) to (iii) and (v);
(c) except where the magazine is a temporary magazine, a record of the quantity of each explosive issued from the magazine containing
(i) the name and business address of each purchaser or consignee,
(ii) any one of the following numbers:
(A) the federal magazine licence number,
(B) the provincial or territorial magazine licence or permit number, or
(C) the Purchase and Possession Permit number
of each purchaser or consignee,
(iii) the destination to which each shipment of the explosive is being sent,
(iv) the method of transport of each shipment of the explosive, including the security seal number where applicable,
(v) the manifest, bill of lading or shipping order number for each shipment of the explosive,
(vi) the quantity, brand name, strength and cartridge size of the explosives in the shipment,
(vii) the name, residential address and signature of the person taking delivery of the shipment,
(viii) the record of documents presented as proof of identity of the person taking delivery of the shipment, and
(ix) the date of delivery of each shipment;
(d) where the magazine is a temporary magazine, a record of the quantity of each explosive issued from the magazine, containing
(i) the brand name,
(ii) the strength,
(iii) the cartridge size, and
(iv) the use to which the explosive was put.
(2) The records described in subsection (1) shall be
(a) kept up to date;
(b) produced by the operator of the licensed magazine to an inspector, or to a peace officer as defined in section 2 of the Criminal Code whenever the inspector or peace officer so requires;
(c) kept in a form approved by the Chief Inspector; and
(d) retained for three years.
- SOR/89-169, s. 5.
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