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  1. Life Saving Equipment Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1436 (SCHEDULE VIII : Life Rafts and Inflatable Rescue Platforms)

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    • 12 (1) An inflatable life raft shall

      • (a) inflate with non-toxic gas

        • (i) within one minute after the activation of the inflation mechanism at an ambient temperature of 18°C or more, and

        • (ii) within three minutes after the activation of the inflation mechanism at a core temperature of -30°C; and

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    • 18 (1) Every inflatable life raft that is designed for use with a launching device shall, when suspended from its lifting hook or bridle, be capable of withstanding a load of

      • (a) 4.0 times the mass of its full complement and equipment at an ambient temperature and a stabilized life raft temperature of 20° ± 3°C with all of the pressure relief valves inoperative; and

      • (b) 1.1 times the mass of its full complement and equipment at an ambient temperature and a stabilized life raft temperature of -30°C with all of the pressure relief valves operative.

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    • 27 (1) An inflatable rescue platform shall

      • (a) inflate with non-toxic gas within three minutes after the activation of the inflation mechanism at a core temperature of 0°C; and

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  2. Life Saving Equipment Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1436 (SCHEDULE V : Lifeboat Standards for Existing Ships)

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    • (2) The temperature in a workshop shall be maintained between 15.5°C and 21°C and the humidity shall be kept at a low level and thermometers and a hygrometer shall be provided and placed in suitable positions.

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    • (2) The resin formulation, resin to glass ratio, gel times, time allowable between successive laminating operations and time and temperature curing conditions shall comply with the resin manufacturer’s recommendations.

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    • (2) Resins shall be suitable for laminates that will be subjected to stress within a temperature range of from +65.5°C to -30°C and shall be formulated to have a gel time of less than one hour.

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  3. Life Saving Equipment Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1436 (SCHEDULE IV : Servicing Requirements for Inflatable Survival Equipment)

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    • (2) The area or room in a service station that is used for servicing inflatable survival equipment shall

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      • (d) have such a temperature and relative humidity as to ensure that the quality of the equipment, repairs or maintenance is not adversely affected; and

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    • (3) If, during a working pressure test, the ambient temperature varies by more than 3°C, the results shall be disregarded and the test repeated.

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  4. Life Saving Equipment Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1436 (Section 76)
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    • (2) If a ship navigates in waters the temperature of which is 15°C or more, the requirement in respect of the accommodation capacity referred to in paragraph (1)(a) or (3)(b) may be met by counting not more than 33.33 per cent of the complement of the life raft or inflatable rescue platform as being in the water, holding on to the life raft or inflatable rescue platform.

    • (3) A Class VII ship that navigates in waters the temperature of which is 15°C or more may carry, instead of the survival craft referred to in paragraph (1)(a),

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  5. Life Saving Equipment Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1436 (Section 72)
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    • (2) If a ship navigates in waters the temperature of which is 15°C or more, the requirement in respect of the accommodation capacity of the life rafts or inflatable rescue platforms that is referred to in paragraph (1)(a) or 3(b) may be met by counting not more than 33.33 per cent of the complement of the life raft or inflatable rescue platform as being in the water, holding on to the life raft or inflatable rescue platform.

    • (3) A Class VI ship that navigates in waters the temperature of which is 15°C or more may carry, instead of the survival craft referred to in paragraph (1)(a),

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