Regulations

HRSDC:

HRSDC is responsible for administering and enforcing the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulations on the dock.

Transport Canada:

Transport Canada is responsible for administering and enforcing the Maritime Occupational Health and Safety (MOHS) regulations on the vessel.

COHS– Canadian Occupational Health & Safety Regulations:

  COHS

This version is current as of July 27th, 2011.  To check for current version, please go to:

http://lois.justice.gc.ca/en/L-2/SOR-86-304/index.html

MOHS – Maritime Occupational Health & Safety Regulations:

 MOHS

This version is current as of July 27th, 2011.  To check for current version, please go to: 

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2010-120/index.html

CLC – Canada Labour Code:

The Canada Labour Code is the enabling act for COHS and MOHS. Part 2 of the Code deals specifically with Health and Safety issues.

 Canada Labour Code

This version is current as of July 27th, 2011. To check for current version, please go to:

http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/ShowFullDoc/cs/L-2///en

Canada Shipping Act:

 Canada Shipping Act

This version is current as of July 27th, 2011. To check for current version, please go to:

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-10.15/

Tackle Regulations 

These regulations deal specifically with health and safety issues for workers involved in loading and unloading ships.

 Tackle Regulations 

This version is current as of July 27th, 2011. To check for current version, please go to:

Black Book (2003):

These safety regulations have been prepared to govern Waterfront Operations at British Columbia Ports. All those engaged in stevedoring and / or dock work should thoroughly familiarize themselves with all the rules and regulations contained within the Black Book. In circumstances where these regulations are deficient with respect to government acts, regulations, codes, or standards, such will prevail to the extent of the deficiencies.

 Black Book 2003

White Book (1997):

These safety regulations have been prepared to govern Waterfront Operations at British Columbia Ports. All those engaged in stevedoring and / or dock work should thoroughly familiarize themselves with all the rules and regulations contained within the White Book. In circumstances where these regulations are deficient with respect to government acts, regulations, codes, or standards, such will prevail to the extent of the deficiencies.

 White Book 1997

 

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