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Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Version of section 11 from 2019-06-25 to 2020-06-17:

  •  (1) An employee must not use a temporary structure on a vessel if it is feasible to use a permanent structure.

  • (2) An employee must not use a temporary structure unless

    • (a) they have been trained and instructed in its safe and proper use; and

    • (b) they have their employer’s authority to use it.

  • (3) Tools, equipment and materials used on a temporary structure must be arranged or secured in a manner that they cannot be knocked off the structure accidentally.

  • (4) A qualified person must make a visual inspection of the temporary structure before each work period in which a temporary structure is used by an employee.

  • (5) When a temporary structure is used on a vessel and that structure may be affected by the ingress and egress of the tide, a qualified person must make a visual inspection of the structure at the end of each tide cycle.

  • (6) If the inspection reveals a defect or condition that adversely affects the structural integrity or safe use of a temporary structure, a person must not use the structure until the defect or condition is remedied.

  • SOR/2019-246, s. 221
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