6.1 In this Part,
maximum temperature means the maximum temperature set out in the record referred to in section 6.12; (température maximale)
10.30 (1) Foods that require refrigeration to prevent them from becoming hazardous to health shall be maintained at a temperature of 4°C or lower.
(2) Foods that require freezing shall be maintained at a temperature of -11°C or lower.
125 (1) Without restricting the generality of section 124, every employer shall, in respect of every work place controlled by the employer and, in respect of every work activity carried out by an employee in a work place that is not controlled by the employer, to the extent that the employer controls the activity,
(n) ensure that the levels of ventilation, lighting, temperature, humidity, sound and vibration are in accordance with prescribed standards;
17.14 Every first aid room provided in accordance with section 17.13 shall be
(g) maintained, where practicable, at a temperature of not less than 18°C and not more than 24°C, measured 1 m above the floor.
(2) Where heat produced by materials handling equipment is capable of raising the temperature in any area occupied by an employee on the equipment to 27°C or more, the area shall be protected from the heat by an insulated barrier.