PART 17Safe Occupancy of the Workplace (continued)
(2) An evacuation drill must be conducted at least once
(3) In addition to the drills referred to in subsections (1) and (2), a fire drill and an evacuation drill must be conducted
(4) A blowout prevention drill must be conducted at least once each week that the blowout preventer is in use.
299 For every drilling operation and production operation, the employer must provide a standby craft capable of safely evacuating all employees from the workplace.
Condition of Employees
300 An employee must not work when that employee’s ability to function is impaired as a result of fatigue, illness, alcohol, drugs or any other condition that may be hazardous to the health or safety of any employee at the workplace.
301 Section 300 does not apply in the event of an emergency at the workplace that may be hazardous to the health or safety of employees.
Notices and Records
(2) Every employer must keep a record of all emergency drills and evacuation drills carried out by the employer’s employees for one year after the drill.
(3) The record referred to in subsection (2) must contain
(4) A copy of the emergency procedures and emergency evacuation plan prepared for the workplace must be kept readily available for examination by employees.
(5) The employer must keep a daily record of each employee present at the workplace and of each person granted access to the workplace.
(6) The record referred to in subsection (5) must contain
(7) The record referred to in subsection (5) must be kept by the employer for two months after the date of the last daily entry made in it.
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