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  1. Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations - SOR/86-304 (Section 5.1)

     The definitions in this section apply in this Part.

    high pressure boiler

    high pressure boiler means a boiler in which steam, gas or vapour is generated at more than one atmosphere of pressure or a boiler containing liquid that has a working pressure exceeding 1,100 kPa or an operating temperature exceeding 121°C. (chaudièreà haute pression)

    low pressure hot water boiler

    low pressure hot water boiler means a hot water boiler that has a pressure not exceeding 1,100 kPa and an operating temperature not exceeding 121°C. (chaudière à eau chaude basse pression)

    low pressure organic fluid boiler

    low pressure organic fluid boiler means a boiler that contains an organic fluid, that has an operating temperature not exceeding 343°C and that has no valves or other obstructions to prevent circulation of the organic fluid between the boiler and an expansion tank that is fully vented to the atmosphere. (chaudière à basse pression contenant un hydrocarbure)

    maximum temperature

    maximum temperature means the maximum temperature that is specified by the manufacturer in the plans and specifications accepted and registered by the provincial authorities and that is set out in the record referred to in section 5.18. (température maximale)

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  2. Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations - SOR/86-304 (Section 16.10)
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    • (2) In every first aid room referred to in subsection (1),

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      • (b) the temperature

        • (i) shall be maintained at not less than 21oC, measured one meter above the floor, when the outdoor temperature is 21oC or less, and

        • (ii) if feasible, when the outdoor temperature in the shade exceeds 24oC, shall not exceed the outdoor temperature.

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  3. Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations - SOR/86-304 (Section 9.36)
    •  (1) Where foods stored by an employer for consumption by employees require refrigeration to prevent them from becoming hazardous to health, the foods shall be maintained at a temperature of 4°C or lower.

    • (2) Where foods stored by an employer for consumption by employees require freezing to prevent them from becoming hazardous to health, the foods shall be maintained at a temperature of -11°C or lower.

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  4. Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations - SOR/86-304 (SCHEDULE III)

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    Additional First Aid Supplies and Equipment for Remote Workplaces

    Item Column 1 Column 2
    Supplies and Equipment Quantity
    8 Oral temperature thermometer in an unbreakable case 1

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  5. Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations - SOR/86-304 (Section 14.9)
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    • (2) Where the heat produced by motorized materials handling equipment results in a temperature above 26°C in the compartment or position occupied by that operator, the area shall be protected from the heat by an insulated barrier.

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