Aviation Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
Act means Part II of the Canada Labour Code. (Loi)
CSA means the Canadian Standards Association. (CSA)
- oxygen-deficient atmosphere
oxygen-deficient atmosphere means an atmosphere in which there is less than 18% by volume of oxygen at a pressure of one atmosphere or in which the partial pressure of oxygen is less than 135 mm Hg. (air à faible teneur en oxygène)
- protection equipment
protection equipment includes safety materials, equipment, devices and clothing. (équipement de protection)
- qualified person
qualified person means, in respect of a specified duty, a person who, because of their knowledge, training and experience, is qualified to perform that duty safely and properly. (personne qualifiée)
- safety restraining device
safety restraining device means a safety harness, seat, rope, belt, strap, chain or lifeline designed to be used by a person to protect them from falling and includes every fitting, fastening or accessory attached to it. (dispositif de retenue)
(2) The incorporation by reference of any standard in these Regulations is an incorporation of the standard as amended from time to time.
(3) Despite any provision in any standard incorporated by reference in these Regulations, a reference to another publication in that standard is a reference to the publication as amended from time to time.
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