" Remember that safety control over the marine industry in Canada is under federal authority, not provincial like some other industries."
Not entirely true. The BNA Act of 1867, which became the Constitution Act of 1982, defines Federal and Provincial authority. If a vessel operates entirely within a province, the Canada Labour code, from whence we get MOSH Regulations, does not apply, the Provincial Labour Code does. eg, a ferry operating entirely within a province comes under that Province's authority for safety matters, while an interprovincial ferry, eg, NS to NL, is Federal.
Sections 91 and 92 are here: http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/cons ... ml#docCont
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A "confined space" is defined in the MOSH Regulations as:
“confined space” means an enclosed or partially enclosed space that
(a) is not designed or intended for human occupancy, except for the purpose of performing work;
(b) has restricted means of access and egress; and
(c) may become hazardous to any person entering it owing to
(i) its design, construction, location or atmosphere,
(ii) the materials or substances in it, or
(iii) any other conditions relating to it. (espace clos)
from http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regu ... 1.html#h-2
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