Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
19 (1) This Part applies to crew accommodation.
(2) The following provisions do not apply in respect of a day vessel:
(a) sections 20 to 40;
(b) sections 42 to 45; and
(c) sections 51 to 54.
(3) The following provisions do not apply in respect of a vessel of less than 200 gross tonnage, engaged in inland voyages or constructed before the day on which the MLC 2006 comes into force in Canada:
(a) sections 20 to 23;
(b) subsection 24(2);
(c) sections 26 to 29;
(d) subsections 30(2) to (4);
(e) section 31;
(f) sections 33 to 35;
(g) sections 38 to 40;
(h) sections 42 and 43;
(i) sections 48 to 55;
(j) subsection 56(2); and
(k) subsection 56(4).
(4) For the purpose of this section, a vessel is deemed constructed on the earlier of
(a) the day on which its keel is laid, and
(b) the day on which construction identifiable with a specific vessel begins.
(5) The authorized representative, as defined in section 2 of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001, of a Canadian vessel that is carrying 15 or more crew members must ensure that there is separate hospital accommodation on board the vessel if it is engaged on one of the following types of voyage of more than three days duration:
(a) an unlimited voyage;
(b) a near coastal voyage, Class 1; or
(c) an international voyage, other than an inland voyage.
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