Canada Gazette, Part I, Volume 153, Number 34: Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (Canada Labour Code)

August 24, 2019

Statutory authority

Canada Labour Code

Sponsoring department

Department of Employment and Social Development

REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS STATEMENT

(This statement is not part of the Regulations.)

Issues

Currently, non-compliance with Part II and Part III of the Canada Labour Code (the Code) is widespread. From April 2013 to March 2016, the following instances of non-compliance were identified:

Existing enforcement measures available under the Code include notices of voluntary compliance (NoVs), directions and orders, but they are not sufficient in all cases to promote ongoing compliance. At the same time, the prosecution of offences is reserved for more serious cases. Administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) offer an alternative measure for promoting compliance in cases that do not warrant a prosecution. Following recent statutory amendments, authority for AMPs to be applied to violations of Part II and Part III provisions has been created under the new Part IV of the Code, but the adoption of regulations is needed to implement these provisions. Regulations are also required to implement provisions in Part IV that allow the Minister of Labour to publicly name employers who have committed offences or violations under Part II and Part III of the Code or the related regulations.

Background

The Code consolidates statutory provisions regarding industrial relations (Part I), occupational health and safety (Part II) and labour standards (Part III), which regulate a variety of employment issues in industries that fall within the federal jurisdiction. This includes employers and employees in federal Crown corporations (e.g. Canada Post) and several private-sector industries, such as

The application of Part II of the Code also extends to the federal public service.

Part II and Part III of the Code are currently enforced through a variety of measures, including AVCs, directions, payment orders, compliance orders footnote 1 and prosecution. These enforcement measures are largely intended to stop non-compliance, but may not always effectively encourage compliance or deter future non-compliance. AVCs, directions and orders may not be sufficient to promote ongoing compliance, while prosecution is reserved for more serious cases where public interest is at stake.

The Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 1, which received royal assent on June 22, 2017, includes provisions to amend Parts I, II and III of the Code and enact a new Part IV, which provides for AMPs and the naming of non-compliant employers as additional compliance and enforcement measures. Part IV, which is not yet in force, also sets out review and appeal procedures for the new AMPs regime. Included in these provisions are authorities for the Governor in Council to make regulations designating which violations of Part II and Part III may be enforced by means of an AMP, specifying the method of determining the amount of an AMP and setting out other procedural details of the AMPs regime, such as how documents will be served.

Objective

The objective of the proposed Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (Canada Labour Code) [the proposed Regulations] is to implement an AMPs regime and public naming as new compliance and enforcement measures under the Code. Labour Program officials will have new tools to help achieve higher levels of compliance with federal labour legislation and, as a result, improve working conditions for workers under federal jurisdiction.

Description

(a) Designation of violations

The proposed Regulations would designate violations under Part II and Part III of the Code and regulations made under each of these Parts. Only designated violations can be subject to an AMP. Designated violations — listed in schedules to the proposed Regulations — include

Most contraventions under Part II and Part III of the Code and their associated regulations would be designated as a violation, meaning that AMPs would be available to enforce a wide spectrum of violations.

(b) Method used to determine the amount of an AMP

The proposed Regulations would specify the method of determining the amount of an AMP in a given situation. The baseline penalty amount applicable to a violation varies depending on the type of violation and the category of the violator. Each designated violation is classified as either Type A, B, C, D or E, in increasing severity, according to the significance of the violation.

Table 1: Classification method for violations under the Code
 

PART II

PART III

A

Related to administrative and technical provisions.

Related to administrative and technical provisions.

B

Related to low-risk hazards that may result in a minor injury or illness that requires medical treatment but that do not result in disabling injuries.

Related to the calculation and payment of wages.

C

Related to medium-risk hazards that may result in a serious injury or illness that prevents an employee from effectively performing their regular work duties.

Related to leave or other requirements, which could have an impact on financial security, or health and safety, of an individual or group of individuals.

D

Related to high-risk hazards that may result in serious injury or fatality.

Related to the employment and protection of employees under 17 years of age.

E

Involves immediate life-threatening hazards or hazards known to cause latent occupational disease. These hazards give the employee little to no opportunity to avoid or minimize severe injury or death or occupational disease.

N/A

The baseline penalty amount for a Type A, B, C, D or E violation is different depending on whether the violator, at the time the notice of violation (NoV) is issued, is (1) an individual, (2) a small business (i.e. any business with fewer than 100 employees or less than $5 million in annual gross revenues) or (3) a large business, which means any business that is not a small business, or a department. When a violation occurs and an AMP is identified as the most appropriate enforcement measure, the baseline penalty amount is predetermined, based on the category of the violator and the type of violation as classified by the proposed Regulations as a Type A, B, C, D or E violation. No discretion exists to vary the baseline penalty.

The proposed Regulations would also set out history of non-compliance as an aggravating factor. If the violator was subject to an enforcement action in the five-year period prior to the occurrence of the violation, the baseline penalty amount would increase by a factor of 200%.

Table 2: Method used to determine the amount of an AMP
 

Individual

Small Business

Large Business/Department

A

$200

$500

$2,000

B

$500

$1,500

$6,000

C

$1,000

$3,000

$12,000

D

$2,000

$7,000

$25,000

E

$4,000

$15,000

$50,000

(c) Payment of AMPs

The new paragraph 270(1)(d) of the Code will allow for the determination of a lesser amount than the penalty imposed, as prescribed in regulations. The proposed Regulations would provide for a reduction of the penalty amount by half if the penalty is paid within 15 business days after the AMP was served. This option would be made available exclusively in cases where the alleged violation falls under a Type A, B or C classification. As outlined in the Code, once a person makes a payment, that person will be considered to have committed the violation and all related proceedings are closed. This would be clearly indicated in the NoV to ensure that a person is aware of the impact of providing early payment to reduce the AMP amount.

(d) Methods of service and requests for review

The proposed Regulations would indicate the method by which a NoV will be served. A NoV is the legal document that, among other things, sets out the relevant facts surrounding a violation and the penalty amount for a violation. The NoV could be served in person, or through registered mail, courier, fax or other electronic means. The proposed Regulations would also set out the manners of service and acceptable proof of service.

In accordance with the new section 281 of the Code, a person or a department that is served with a NoV may, within 30 days after the day on which the notice is served or within any longer period that the Minister allows, make a request to the Minister for a review of the penalty or the facts of the alleged violation, or both. The proposed Regulations would indicate that the request should be made in writing and specify the grounds for review — whether the request is on the amount of the penalty or the facts of the alleged violation, or both. The request will have to be made to the Head of Compliance and Enforcement, rather than to the Minister, once section 615 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 (S.C. 2018, c. 27) comes into force.

(e) Publishing names and information regarding employers who have received an AMP

Publishing the names and information of employers who have received an AMP aims to deter non-compliance and create an additional incentive to comply with Part II and Part III of the Code and its related regulations.

The practice of naming violators under Part IV of the Code seeks to inform members of the public of employers who do not respect their obligations and employees’ rights provided under the Code and its regulations. The Code stipulates that only employers can be publicly named. Information would not be published until all review and appeal processes have been exhausted.

The new section 295 of the Code will specify that the Minister (or Head of Compliance and Enforcement, once the necessary amendments are in force) can make public the name of an employer, the nature of the violation, the penalty amount as well as any other information prescribed by regulations. Table 3 and Table 4, respectively, identify the information to be published once the amendments to the Code come into force and what information may be published under the proposed Regulations.

Table 3: Information to be published under Part IV

Information

Details

Legal name of the employer

This would include, where applicable, the registered name of the business (the name, registered with the province, under which the business is publicly known) and the corporation name and corporation number.

Nature of the violation or offence

The established short-form description would be published, along with particulars of the violation. This information would not identify any other person associated with, or affected by, the violation or offence.

AMP amount

The AMP amount imposed for offences would be included.

Table 4: Information to be prescribed by regulations

Information

Details

Compliance status

Information on whether the employer is in compliance with the provision that gave rise to the violation, and paid the AMP amount, would be included.

Dates of key decisions

This information would include the date on which the AMP was issued and the date on which the penalty was paid or the date of the review or appeal decision. Where applicable, a link to any Canada Industrial Relations Board order or court decision would be added.

For the naming tool to be effective, it is important that offenders and violators be publicly named in a manner that is readily accessible to the federally regulated workforce, while easily managed to ensure that the addition and removal of published information are performed in a timely fashion. For this reason, it is proposed that the Government of Canada (Labour Program) website be used for this purpose.

(f) Power to determine wages due

Under the new section 288 of the Code, employees summoned to appear at an appeal proceeding at the Canada Industrial Relations Board will be entitled to be paid by their employer at the employee’s regular rate of wages for the time spent at the appeal proceeding that would otherwise have been time spent at work. In the case of employees with irregular work schedules, regulations are needed to determine what the “regular rate of wages” entails. The proposed Regulations will provide that the regular rate of wages of an employee (a) whose hours of work differ from day to day or who is paid on a basis other than time will be equal to at least one twentieth of the wages, excluding overtime pay, that they earned in the four-week period immediately preceding the week in which the first day of the employee’s attendance at an appeal proceeding occurs; or (b) whose wages are paid in whole or in part on a commission basis will be equal to at least one sixtieth of the wages, excluding overtime pay, that they earned in the 12-week period immediately preceding the employee’s attendance at an appeal proceeding. In addition, if an applicable collective agreement that is binding on the employer and the employee provides for a method that is agreed upon, that method will apply.

Regulatory development

Consultation

The first phase of consultations took place between fall 2017 and winter 2018, during which time a discussion paper was provided to a broad range of stakeholders representing employers and employees, which included employer organizations, businesses, labour organizations, advocates for employees’ rights, and professional associations. Internal consultations were also conducted with Labour Program officials.

During these consultations, stakeholders were generally in favour of AMPs and strong support was indicated for the new compliance and enforcement tools. The main messages heard from stakeholders at this time were the following:

A second phase of consultations, involving the same stakeholders, as well as other government departments responsible for the application of certain occupational health and safety regulations, commenced in December 2018. While the first phase of consultations dealt with the subject of compliance and enforcement in a general manner, the second round of consultations aimed to explain the details of the proposed AMPs regime and public naming provisions. Stakeholders were invited to provide written comments on a policy intent paper, which was circulated on December 21, 2018, for a seven-week comment period. Consultation sessions with internal and external stakeholders took place in the last two weeks of January 2019, with written submissions being received in mid-February.

During the second round of consultations, stakeholders noted that their original concerns were incorporated into the proposed AMP model; however, they provided further suggestions regarding the regulatory proposal. Those suggestions are the following:

To incorporate stakeholder feedback, the proposed Regulations were adjusted to bring certain monetary violations, such as failure to pay minimum wage, into the Type “C” category. Furthermore, the aggravating factor of systemic violation was removed and the possibility of a reduction of the penalty amount due to early payment was excluded for the more serious violations.

The regulatory proposal is not expected to pass costs on to employers or workers, therefore, no such costs were presented to stakeholders during consultations.

Modern treaty obligations and Indigenous engagement and consultation

Indigenous partners were specifically engaged as part of the consultations on this proposal. The Code applies to the governance and administration of Band Councils and federal works, undertakings and businesses under exclusive federal jurisdiction.

The Labour Program has reached out to engage with national Indigenous organizations, as well as with numerous others, and modern treaty holders, in order to enable those who would be impacted to state their views on the regulatory powers established by the changes to the Code. As of this time, one Indigenous partner organization indicated that the proposal set forth in the policy document was appropriate and had no further feedback. Four other Indigenous partners have indicated that they would like more information. The Labour Program will continue to work with Indigenous partners to ensure this proposal addresses any concerns raised.

In accordance with the Cabinet Directive on the Federal Approach to Modern Treaty Implementation, a modern treaty implications assessment was conducted for the legislative proposal, indicating that it was unlikely to result in implications related to specific modern treaty obligations.

Instrument choice

The current legislative framework established under Part IV of the Code states specific elements of the regime that must be developed by way of regulations. No other instrument was therefore considered.

Regulatory analysis

Benefits and costs

The regulatory proposal has a low cost. The costs associated with the regulatory proposal include implementation costs, while the benefits encompass the strengthening and modernization of the Code’s compliance and enforcement provisions, which, in turn, promote increased compliance with the Code and its associated regulations resulting in the enhanced protection of workers rights under federal jurisdiction.

The proposed Regulations would not change the fundamental occupational health, safety and labour standards for federal employees under Part II and Part III of the Code. Compliant employers would assume no incremental costs in satisfying existing terms and conditions. No costs would be passed on to the workers nor the consumers of employers under the federal jurisdiction by the proposed AMPs and naming regime.

In accordance with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Canadian Cost-Benefit Analysis Guide: Regulatory Proposals, taxes, fees, levies and other charges constitute transfers from one group to another, and are therefore not considered to be compliance or administrative costs, whether they are intended as incentives to foster compliance and change behaviour or whether their purpose is to recover the costs of providing a service. Correspondingly, the costs to businesses to pay for AMPs, as well as the revenue to the Government of Canada generated through AMPs, are not considered costs nor benefits within the scope of the regulatory analysis since they are outside the normal course of business, occurring only in instances of non-compliance with Part II and Part III of the Code. Implementation of the AMPs regime is motivated by improving employer compliance; it is not intended nor expected to generate a significant stream of revenue for the fiscal framework. This treatment of AMP costs and revenue is consistent with the analyses of the federal organizations that established AMPs systems by regulatory amendments over the past several years.

Costs to Government

AMPs: With the Regulations in place, Labour Program officers would continue to monitor compliance with Part II and Part III of the Code through employer workplace inspections, responding to complaints, and various other techniques to assess compliance. The Labour Program would continue to dedicate the same level of operational funding toward enforcement activity under the regulatory scenario as without regulations.

The threshold at which enforcement tools will be applied (zero tolerance vs. a graduated approach) will be a ministerial decision outside the scope of the Regulations. From 2013 to 2016, the volume of violations resulting in directions and payment orders was 7 500 per year for Part II violations and 2 467 for Part III. Prosecution was pursued, on average, for 5 serious cases per year. These volumes provide a maximum bound on the number of violations if a zero tolerance approach were taken in issuing AMPs. However, it is anticipated that preliminary indications of violations would incentivize the vast majority of employers to comply, thereby avoiding monetary penalties. A significant reduction in the number of violations is anticipated once the regulatory amendments come into force in 2020. The compliance rate is expected to gradually rise as the monetary incentives of the AMPs regime gradually become an established component of the Labour Program’s compliance and enforcement measures and well known to employers.

Naming: The compliance and enforcement measures under the regulatory scenario would include a new line of activity for the Labour Program to inform members of the public of the employers who do not respect their obligations and employees’ rights provided under the Code and its regulations. The process to identify non-compliant employers for inclusion on the departmental website would be funded from existing compliance and enforcement resources. Minor costs would be incurred to periodically review and update the names of non-compliant employers to include on the Government of Canada’s website.

Determination of the regular rate of wages: No incremental costs to the Government would be incurred as a result of the means of determining the regular rate of wages specified in the Regulations, as this would be based on existing information about pay and work hours that is currently provided by employers in cases of appeals, and specifies only the method by which wages would be computed.

Transition costs: Implementing a system to issue AMPs and track payments would require funding for the development and modification of existing IT systems, including the Integrated Labour System, with possible coordination with the Canada Revenue Agency. Costs would be incurred by the Labour Program to develop and provide training materials for Labour Program officers conveying how to determine when violations will result in the issuance of an AMP. Educational materials would be prepared by the Labour Program and provided to employers. These transition costs are anticipated to be $1,187,500, mostly in IT costs, to be incurred in the first three years of operation.

Communication costs: A communication strategy would be developed to announce the new enforcement measures. The communications plan would employ digital media and platforms as the primary means to connect and interact with stakeholders with the aim to raise awareness of new compliance and enforcement measures. It would also include minor costs for press releases, updates to the Departmental website, etc. Communication costs are estimated to be $33,900 incurred by the Labour Program in the first year of regulatory implementation.

Total costs: The total estimated costs of the regulatory proposal to implement and administer the proposed new consequences for non-compliance with Part II and Part III of the Code would be $1.2 million in the 10-year period following the introduction of the proposed regulatory amendments. These costs would be fully incurred by the Government of Canada and absorbed by existing budgetary resources of the Labour Program.

Small business lens

The impact of the proposed Regulations on small businesses has been considered and it is not anticipated that small businesses would bear a disproportionate burden when complying with the proposed Regulations. The small business lens therefore does not apply as there are no associated impacts on small businesses.

As previously stated, the proposed Regulations do not alter the fundamental occupational health, safety and labour standards for federal employees under Part II and Part III of the Code. The regulatory proposal would thereby not add requirements for small businesses. AMPs may allow greater certainty regarding the enforcement of existing minimum standards guaranteed under the Code. Accordingly, benefits of the proposed Regulations include increased compliance with obligations imposed by Part II and Part III of the Code.

Finally, although it has been determined that there are no associated risks to small businesses, the proposed Regulations specify lower penalty amounts for small businesses in order to effectively deter non-compliance while remaining non-punitive.

One-for-one rule

The one-for-one rule does not apply as there is no incremental change in administrative burden on business.

Regulatory cooperation and alignment

AMP regimes are currently used to foster compliance with a wide range of standards in the United States, Australia and Britain, as well as in Canada at both the federal and provincial levels.

AMPs and the naming of violators to enforce occupational health and safety and labour standards can also be found in other provincial jurisdictions in Canada:

Strategic environmental assessment

In accordance with the Cabinet Directive on the Environmental Assessment of Policy, Plan and Program Proposals, a preliminary scan concluded that a strategic environmental assessment is not required.

Gender-based analysis plus

No gender-based analysis plus (GBA+) impacts have been identified for this proposal.

A departmental GBA+ assessment conducted in support of the legislative changes to the Code reveals that changes to update compliance and enforcement measures would result in positive outcomes for vulnerable workers, including members of Indigenous communities, new immigrants, ethnic minorities, youth and persons with disabilities, and individuals in positions of precarious employment.

Recognizing that the number of positions of precarious employment is rising in Canada, it was found that vulnerable workers would benefit from updated compliance and enforcement measures that support labour standards and occupational health and safety (OHS) obligations, as it is generally these individuals who are denied these rights and protections.

Among women workers, research suggests that more robust enforcement measures would result in an increase of job security, labour force attachment, and confidence in redress avenues and complaint handling while decreasing income inequality, poverty and barriers to enforcing their rights (e.g. lack of education or knowledge and unjust dismissal). Research findings also indicate that experiences of discrimination, harassment, and violence could be mitigated through a proactive and updated compliance and enforcement regime.

Implementation, compliance and enforcement, and service standards

Implementation

Implementation of the proposed Regulations will require the development of work instruments and tools, training material, and communications tools to inform Canadians, employers, employees as well as the inspectorate and federal public servants. In addition, before the new measures can be put to use, it will be necessary to train staff to ensure that they may communicate how the measures work to Canadians and effectively apply the new tools to enforce occupational health and safety and labour standard protections in a consistent manner.

Once the new measures are designed and implemented, the Labour Program will remain responsible for the management and monitoring of these measures and will improve the efficiency — and manage ongoing impacts — of the regulatory proposal by making the required changes to the respective regulations and their underlying policies.

Compliance and enforcement

Currently, compliance with Part II and Part III of the Code is achieved using a variety of reactive approaches, including education, investigation of complaints and inspection of workplaces. In specific circumstances, cases may be referred to arbitrators or, namely in cases of a criminal nature, to the appropriate authority. There is presently no AMP regime under Part II and Part III of the Code. The current approach leaves gaps, as the existing compliance measures do not allow for the realization of the full value of the Code’s protections for Canadians.

It is anticipated that the new Part IV and the associated regulatory proposal will help fill the existing gaps in terms of enforcement of the Code, and may result in the decline in the actual instances of fatalities, disabling injuries, reprisals, and unpaid wages, which would allow for a reduction of a number of chronic issues among federally regulated employers.

The regulatory proposal supports a shift to a proactive approach. AMPs will be one of the tools that constitute the Labour Program’s compliance continuum, which is comprised of a suite of enforcement tools to address non-compliance under Part II and Part III of the Code found in the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 1 aimed at educating employers and employees. Therefore, it is anticipated that AMPs will generally be issued after voluntary compliance measures have been exhausted, unless the nature of the violation or the employer’s history of compliance dictate otherwise. Public naming is another enforcement tool added with the aim of deterring non-compliance and creating an additional incentive to comply with Part II and Part III of the Code.

It is intended that AMPs be issued centrally by the Labour Program to allow for consistency and an adequate level of oversight. OHS regulations, as they apply to employees employed on ships, trains or aircrafts are enforced by Transport Canada. OHS regulations as they apply to employees employed on or in connection with exploration or drilling for or the production, conservation, processing or transportation of oil or gas in frontier lands are enforced by Natural Resources Canada, the National Energy Board and by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Following the consultation of officers responsible for the application of the OHS regulations in extended jurisdictions, it is proposed that AMPs resulting from the contravention of a sector-specific provision also be issued by the Labour Program on recommendation from the relevant extended jurisdiction partners.

Coming into force

If this regulatory amendment is approved by the Governor in Council, the coming-into-force date would be in 2020.

Contact

Danijela Hong
Acting Director
Labour Standards and Wage Earner Protection Program
Employment and Social Development Canada
Place du Portage, Phase II, 10th floor
165 Hôtel-de-Ville Street
Gatineau, Quebec
J8X 3X2
Telephone: 819‑654‑1625
Email: NC-LP-Consultations_Consultations-PT-GD@labour-travail.gc.ca

PROPOSED REGULATORY TEXT

Notice is given that the Governor in Council, pursuant to section 270 footnote a of the Canada Labour Code footnote b, proposes to make the annexed Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (Canada Labour Code).

Interested persons may make representations concerning the proposed Regulations within 90 days after the date of publication of this notice. All such representations must cite the Canada Gazette, Part I, and the date of publication of this notice, and be addressed to Judith Buchanan, Director, Labour Standards and Wage Earner Protection Program, Employment and Social Development Canada, Place du Portage, Phase II, 10th Floor, 165 Hôtel-de-Ville Street, Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0J2 (tel.: 819‑654‑4362; email: NC-LP-Consultations_Consultations-PT-GD@labour-travail.gc.ca).

Ottawa, August 19, 2019

Julie Adair
Assistant Clerk of the Privy Council

Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (Canada Labour Code)

Definitions

Definitions

1 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Designated Provisions

Provisions of the Act and regulations

2 (1) The contravention of a provision of Part II of the Act, or any regulations made under that Part, that is set out in column 1 of Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 1, or of a provision of Part III of the Act, or any regulations made under that Part, that is set out in column 1 of Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 2, is designated as a violation that may be proceeded with in accordance with Part IV of the Act.

Directions

(2) The contravention of a direction issued under any provision of Part II of the Act that is set out in column 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 1 is designated as a violation that may be proceeded with in accordance with Part IV of the Act.

Orders

(3) The contravention of an order made or issued under any provision of Part II or Part III of the Act that is set out in column 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 1 or of Part 3 of Schedule 2 is designated as a violation that may be proceeded with in accordance with Part IV of the Act.

Conditions

(4) The failure to comply with a condition of a permit issued under any provision of Part III of the Act that is set out in column 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 2 is designated as a violation that may be proceeded with in accordance with Part IV of the Act.

Types of violations

3 The contravention of a provision, an order or direction made or issued under a provision, or of a condition of a permit issued under a provision set out in column 1 of Schedule 1 or Schedule 2 is classified as a Type A, B, C, D or E violation as set out in column 2 of the respective Schedule.

Penalties

Formula

4 The amount of the penalty for each violation is to be determined by the formula

W + X

where

Baseline penalty amount

5 The baseline penalty amount for a violation is the amount set out in column 3 of Schedule 3 that corresponds to the category of the violator and the type of violation committed as set out in columns 1 and 2, respectively, of that Schedule.

History of non-compliance amount

6 (1) If the violator has a history of non-compliance, the history of non-compliance amount is equal to twice the baseline penalty amount established under section 5.

History of non-compliance

(2) A violator has a history of non-compliance if,

Meaning of enforcement action

(3) For the purpose of subsection (2), enforcement action means the imposition of a penalty under Part IV of the Act, a conviction or an injunction.

Payment

Methods of payment

7 (1) A violator named in a notice of violation must pay a penalty by certified cheque or money order made payable to the Receiver General of Canada or by electronic payment.

Payment made

(2) Payment is deemed to be made:

Early payment

(3) A violator named in a notice of violation for a Type A, B or C violation may pay an amount equal to one half of the penalty, in lieu of the total amount, within 15 business days after the day on which the notice is served.

Service

Manner of service

8 (1) A notice of violation referred to in subsection 276(1) of the Act is to be served

Proof of service

(2) Service may be proven by

Date service effective

(3) In the absence of an acknowledgement of service or a certificate of service, service is considered effective,

Request for Review

Manner

9 (1) For the purposes of making a request for review under section 281 of the Act, a violator that is served with a notice of violation must make the request to the Minister in writing.

Grounds for review

(2) A request for review must indicate whether the request is for a review of the amount of the penalty or the facts of the alleged violation, or both, and contain a concise statement of the facts and grounds which are relied on in support of the review.

Regular Rate of Wages

Calculation and determination of regular rate of wages

10 (1) For the purpose of section 288 of the Act, the regular rate of wages of an employee

Exception — collective agreement

(2) Despite subsection (1), if a collective agreement that is binding on the employer and the employee provides for a method to determine an employee’s regular rate of wages, that method will apply.

Publication

Additional published information

11 For the purposes of section 295 of the Act, the following is considered as prescribed information:

Coming into Force

S.C. 2017, c. 20

12 These Regulations come into force on the day on which section 377 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 1, chapter 20 of the Statutes of Canada, 2017 comes into force, but if they are registered after that day, they come into force on the day on which they are registered.

SCHEDULE 1

(Subsections 2(1), (2) and (3) and section 3)

Violations under Part II of the Act

PART 1

Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

122.3(1)

C

2

125(1)(d)

B

3

125(1)(f)

A

4

125(1)(s)

C

5

125(1)(x)

D

6

125(1)(y)

D

7

125(1)(z)

C

8

125(1)(z.02)

A

9

125(1)(z.05)

A

10

125(1)(z.06)

A

11

125(1)(z.07)

B

12

125(1)(z.08)

B

13

125(1)(z.09)

B

14

125(1)(z.10)

A

15

125(1)(z.11)

A

16

125(1)(z.12)

B

17

125(1)(z.13)

A

18

125(1)(z.15)

B

19

125(1)(z.161)

C

20

125(1)(z.162)

C

21

125(1)(z.163)

C

22

125.2(1)

D

23

125.3(1)(a)

B

24

125.3(1)(b)

B

25

125.3(1)(c)

B

26

125.3(1)(d)

A

27

125.3(2)

C

28

125.3(3)(a)

B

29

125.3(3)(b)

B

30

126(1)(a)

C

31

126(1)(c)

C

32

126(1)(d)

B

33

126(1)(e)

B

34

126(1)(f)

B

35

126(1)(g)

C

36

126(1)(i)

D

37

126(1)(j)

C

38

127(1)

D

39

127.1(6)

A

40

128(2)(a)

D

41

128.1

B

42

129(5)

D

43

132(1)

A

44

134.1(1)

B

45

134.1(5)

A

46

134.1(6)

A

47

135(1)

B

48

135(8)

A

49

135(9)

A

50

135.1(10)

A

51

135.1(11)

A

52

136(1)

B

53

136(4)

A

54

136(7)

A

55

136(8)

A

56

136(9)

A

57

142

C

58

143

C

59

143.1

C

60

145(4)

D

61

145(5)(a)

A

62

145(5)(b)

A

63

145(8)

C

64

147

D

65

147.1(2)

B

66

155(1)

C

PART 2

Regulations made under Part II of the Canada Labour Code

DIVISION 1

Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

1.5

A

2

1.8(2)

A

3

1.8(3)

A

4

1.8(4)

A

5

2.2(1)

C

6

2.2(2)

C

7

2.2(3)

C

8

2.2(4)

B

9

2.3(1)

C

10

2.3(2)

C

11

2.3(3)(a)

B

12

2.3(3)(b)

B

13

2.4

B

14

2.5(1)

C

15

2.5(2)

C

16

2.5(4)

C

17

2.6(1)(a)

D

18

2.6(1)(b)

D

19

2.6(2)(a)

D

20

2.6(2)(b)

D

21

2.6(3)

D

22

2.6(4)(a)

D

23

2.6(4)(b)

D

24

2.6(4)(c)

C

25

2.7

C

26

2.8(a)

C

27

2.8(b)

B

28

2.9(1)

D

29

2.9(2)

D

30

2.9(3)(a)

D

31

2.9(3)(b)

C

32

2.9(4)

B

33

2.10(1)

C

34

2.10(2)

C

35

2.10(3)

C

36

2.11(1)(a)

C

37

2.11(1)(b)

C

38

2.11(1)(c)

C

39

2.11(2)

C

40

2.11(3)(a)

C

41

2.11(3)(b)

C

42

2.12(1)(a)

C

43

2.12(1)(b)

C

44

2.12(1)(c)

C

45

2.12(2)

D

46

2.13(a)

C

47

2.13(b)

C

48

2.14(1)

C

49

2.14(2)

C

50

2.14(3)(a)

C

51

2.14(3)(b)

C

52

2.15

C

53

2.16(1)

D

54

2.16(2)

D

55

2.16(4)

D

56

2.16(5)

D

57

2.16(6)

D

58

2.16(7)

C

59

2.16(8)(a)

C

60

2.16(8)(b)

C

61

2.16(8)(c)

A

62

2.16(8)(d)

A

63

2.17(1)(a)

C

64

2.17(1)(b)

C

65

2.17(1)(c)

C

66

2.17(1)(d)

C

67

2.17(2)

C

68

2.18(1)(a)

D

69

2.18(1)(b)

D

70

2.18(1)(c)

D

71

2.18(2)(a)

D

72

2.18(2)(b)

D

73

2.19

D

74

2.21

C

75

2.22(a)

C

76

2.22(b)

C

77

2.23(1)

A

78

2.23(2)

A

79

2.23(3)

A

80

2.24(1)

C

81

2.24(2)

C

82

2.24(3)

C

83

2.24(4)

C

84

2.24(5)

A

85

2.25

A

86

2.26

A

87

2.27(1)

C

88

2.27(2)

C

89

2.27(3)

C

90

2.27(4)

C

91

2.27(5)

C

92

2.27(6)

C

93

2.27(7)

A

94

3.2

C

95

3.3

D

96

3.4

C

97

3.5(a)

C

98

3.5(b)

C

99

3.6(1)

C

100

3.6(2)

D

101

3.7

D

102

3.8(1)

C

103

3.8(2)

C

104

3.9(1)

D

105

3.9(2)

D

106

3.9(3)

C

107

3.9(4)

C

108

3.10(1)

C

109

3.10(2)

D

110

3.10(3)

D

111

3.10(4)

C

112

3.11(1)

D

113

3.11(2)(a)

D

114

3.11(2)(b)

D

115

3.11(3)

D

116

3.11(4)

C

117

3.11(5)

D

118

3.11(6)

D

119

3.12(1)

D

120

3.12(2)

C

121

3.12(3)(a)

E

122

3.12(3)(b)

D

123

3.12(5)

B

124

3.12(6)

C

125

3.13(1)

C

126

3.13(2)

C

127

3.14

C

128

3.15

C

129

4.2(1)(a)

C

130

4.2(1)(b)

C

131

4.3

C

132

4.4(1)

C

133

4.4(2)

C

134

4.5

C

135

4.6(1)

A

136

4.6(2)

A

137

4.7

C

138

5.3

C

139

5.4(1)

D

140

5.4(2)

D

142

5.5(1)

C

142

5.5(3)

C

143

5.6

C

144

5.7

C

145

5.8

C

146

5.9(1)

D

147

5.9(2)

D

148

5.10(1)

C

149

5.10(2)(a)

C

150

5.10(2)(b)

A

151

5.10(3)

A

152

5.11(1)

C

153

5.11(2)

A

154

5.11(3)

A

155

5.11(4)

A

156

5.11(5)

A

157

5.11(6)

A

158

5.11(7)

A

159

5.11(8)

C

160

5.11(9)

A

161

5.12

A

162

5.13

A

163

5.14

A

164

5.15

C

165

5.16(1)

C

166

5.16(2)

A

167

5.16(3)

A

168

5.16(4)

A

169

5.16(5)

A

170

5.17

A

171

5.18(1)

A

172

5.16(2)

A

173

5.18(3)

A

174

6.4

B

175

6.5

B

176

6.6

B

177

6.7(1)

B

178

6.7(2)

B

179

6.7(3)

B

180

6.8(1)

B

181

6.8(2)

B

182

6.9

B

183

6.10(1)(a)

D

184

6.10(1)(b)

D

185

6.10(1)(c)

D

186

6.10(2)(a)

D

187

6.10(2)(b)

D

188

6.10(2)(c)

D

189

6.10(3)

D

190

6.10(4)(a)

D

191

6.10(4)(b)

D

192

6.10(5)

D

193

6.10(6)

A

195

6.10(7)

A

196

6.11(1)

B

197

6.11(2)

B

198

6.11(3)

B

199

6.11(4)

B

200

7.2(1)

A

201

7.2(2)

A

202

7.2(3)

A

203

7.3(1)(a)

B

204

7.3(1)(b)

A

205

7.3(3)

A

206

7.3(4)

A

207

7.3(5)

A

208

7.3(6)

A

209

7.3(7)(a)

A

210

7.3(7)(b)

C

211

7.4(a)

D

212

7.4(b)

D

213

7.5

D

214

7.6(a)

A

215

7.6(b)

A

216

7.7(1)

D

217

7.7(2)(a)

C

218

7.7(2)(b)

A

219

7.7(3)

C

220

7.8(1)

C

221

7.8(2)

A

222

8.3(1)

D

223

8.3(2)

C

224

8.4(1)

C

225

8.4(2)(a)

D

226

8.4(b)

C

227

8.5(1)

D

228

8.5(2)

D

229

8.5(3)

D

230

8.5(4)

D

231

8.5(5)

D

232

8.5(6)

D

233

8.5(7)

D

234

8.6

E

235

8.7

A

236

8.8(1)(a)

D

237

8.8(1)(b)

D

238

8.8(2)(a)

D

239

8.8(2)(b)

D

240

8.8(2)(c)

D

241

8.8(2)(d)

D

242

8.9

D

243

8.10(1)

D

244

8.10(2)

D

245

8.10(3)

D

246

8.11

D

247

8.12(1)

D

248

8.12(2)

A

249

8.12(3)

A

250

8.12(4)

A

251

8.13(1)(a)

D

252

8.13(1)(b)

E

253

8.13(2)

D

254

8.13(3)

D

255

8.13(4)

D

256

8.14(1)

D

257

8.14(2)

D

258

8.14(3)(a)

D

259

8.14(3)(b)

D

260

8.14(4)

D

261

8.14(5)(a)

A

262

8.14(5)(b)

A

263

8.14(6)

A

264

8.14(7)(a)

A

265

8.14(7)(b)

A

266

8.14(7)(c)

A

267

8.15

A

268

8.16

D

269

8.17(1)(a)

D

270

8.17(1)(b)

D

271

8.17(1)(c)

D

272

8.17(2)

D

273

8.18(1)(a)

D

274

8.18(1)(b)

D

275

8.18(2)(a)

A

276

8.18(2)(b)

A

277

8.18(3)

A

278

8.19(1)

D

279

8.20(1)(a)

D

280

8.20(1)(b)

D

281

8.20(1)(c)

D

282

8.20(1)(d)

D

283

8.20(1)(e)

D

284

8.20(2)

D

285

8.21

D

286

8.22(2)(a)

D

287

8.22(2)(b)

D

288

8.22(2)(c)

D

289

8.22(2)(d)

D

290

8.22(2)(e)

D

291

8.22(2)(f)

D

292

8.22(2)(g)

D

293

8.23(1)

D

294

8.23(2)

C

295

8.23(3)

D

296

9.2(1)

C

297

9.3

C

298

9.4

C

299

9.5(1)(a)

C

300

9.5(1)(b)

C

301

9.5(2)

C

302

9.6(1)

B

303

9.6(2)

B

304

9.7(1)

C

305

9.7(2)

C

306

9.8

B

307

9.9

B

308

9.10(1)

B

309

9.10(2)

B

310

9.11

B

311

9.12(1)

B

312

9.12(2)

B

313

9.12(3)

B

314

9.12(6)

B

315

9.13(1)

B

316

9.13(2)

B

317

9.14

B

318

9.15

B

319

9.16(a)

B

320

9.16(b)

B

321

9.17

B

322

9.18(a)

B

323

9.18(b)

B

324

9.19(1)(a)

B

325

9.19(1)(b)

B

326

9.19(2)

B

327

9.20

B

328

9.21(1)

B

329

9.21(2)

B

330

9.22(a)

B

331

9.22(b)

B

332

9.22(c)

B

333

9.23(1)

B

334

9.23(2)

B

335

9.23(3)

B

336

9.23(4)

B

337

9.23(5)

B

338

9.23(6)

B

339

9.23(7)

B

340

9.23(8)

B

341

9.23(9)

B

342

9.23(10)

B

343

9.24

B

344

9.25

B

345

9.26(a)

B

346

9.26(b)

B

347

9.26(c)

C

348

9.26(d)

C

349

9.27

B

350

9.28(a)

C

351

9.28(b)

C

352

9.29

C

353

9.30(a)

C

354

9.30(b)

C

355

9.30(c)

C

356

9.30(d)

C

357

9.30(e)

C

358

9.30(f)

B

359

9.30(g)

C

360

9.31(1)(a)

C

361

9.31(1)(b)

C

362

9.31(2)

C

363

9.32(1)

C

364

9.33(a)

B

365

9.33(b)

B

366

9.33(c)

B

367

9.33(d)

B

368

9.33(e)

B

369

9.34(1)

C

370

9.34(2)

D

371

9.35

C

372

9.36(1)

C

373

9.36(2)

C

374

9.37(a)

B

375

9.37(b)

B

376

9.37(c)

B

377

9.38(a)

D

378

9.38(b)

D

379

9.38(c)

D

380

9.39(1)

C

381

9.39(2)

C

382

9.39(3)(a)

C

383

9.39(3)(b)

C

384

9.39(4)

C

385

9.39(5)

C

386

9.39(6)

C

387

9.40(a)

C

388

9.40(b)

C

389

9.40(c)

B

390

9.40(d)

B

391

9.40(e)

B

392

9.40(f)

B

393

9.40(g)

B

394

9.41(1)(a)

C

395

9.41(1)(b)

C

396

9.41(2)

C

397

9.41(3)

C

398

9.42(1)

C

399

9.42(2)

C

400

9.43

C

401

9.44(1)(a)

C

402

9.44(1)(b)

C

403

9.44(2)

C

404

9.44(3)

C

405

9.44(4)

C

406

9.44(5)(a)

B

407

9.44(5)(b)

B

408

9.45(a)

B

409

9.45(b)

B

410

9.45(c)

B

411

9.45(d)

B

412

10.3

A

413

10.4(1)(a)

C

414

10.4(1)(b)

A

415

10.4(2)

C

416

10.5(a)(i)

C

417

10.5(a)(ii)

C

418

10.5(b)

C

419

10.6

A

420

10.7(1)

A

421

10.7(2)

D

422

10.7(3)

D

423

10.7(4)

A

424

10.7(5)

A

425

10.8

D

426

10.9

D

427

10.10

D

428

10.11

C

429

10.12(1)

D

430

10.13

C

431

10.14(1)

C

432

10.14(2)(a)

C

433

10.14(2)(b)

C

434

10.14(2)(c)

C

435

10.14(2)(d)

A

436

10.14(3)(a)

C

437

10.14(3)(b)

C

438

10.14(3)(c)

C

439

10.15(a)

C

440

10.15(b)(i)

A

441

10.15(b)(ii)

A

442

10.16(1)

C

443

10.16(2)

C

444

10.17(1)(a)

D

445

10.17(1)(b)

D

446

10.17(2)

D

447

10.18(1)

C

448

10.18(2)

C

449

10.18(3)(a)

C

450

10.18(3)(b)

C

451

10.18(4)

C

452

10.18(5)(a)

C

453

10.18(5)(b)

A

454

10.18(6)

C

455

10.18(7)

A

456

10.19(1)(a)

D

457

10.19(1)(b)

D

458

10.19(1.1)

D

459

10.19(3)

D

460

10.19(4)

A

461

10.19(5)

A

462

10.20(1)

D

463

10.20(2)

D

464

10.21(1)(a)

D

465

10.21(1)(b)

D

466

10.22(1)(a)

D

467

10.22(1)(b)

C

468

10.22(2)(a)

C

469

10.22(2)(b)

C

470

10.23

C

471

10.24(a)

C

472

10.24(b)

C

473

10.25

D

474

10.26(1)(a)

A

475

10.26(1)(b)

D

476

10.26(3)

D

477

10.26(4)

D

478

10.26.1(1)

D

479

10.26.1(2)

A

480

10.26.2

E

481

10.26.3(a)

D

482

10.26.3(b)

D

483

10.26.4(1)(a)

D

484

10.26.4(1)(b)

D

485

10.26.5(a)

D

486

10.26.5(b)

D

487

10.26.5(c)

D

488

10.26.5(d)

D

489

10.26.5(e)

D

490

10.26.6(1)(a)

D

491

10.26.6(1)(b)

D

492

10.26.6(2)

D

493

10.26.7

D

494

10.26.8(1)(a)

D

495

10.26.8(1)(b)

D

496

10.26.8(1)(c)

D

497

10.26.8(2)(a)

D

498

10.26.8(2)(b)

D

499

10.26.8(2)(c)

D

500

10.26.8(3)(a)

A

501

10.26.8(3)(b)

B

502

10.26.9(1)

D

503

10.26.9(2)

D

504

10.29.9(3)

D

505

10.26.10(a)

A

506

10.26.10(b)

A

507

10.26(11)(a)

D

508

10.26(11)(b)

D

509

10.26(11)(c)

D

510

10.26(11)(d)

D

511

10.26(11)(e)

D

512

10.26(11)(f)

D

513

10.27(a)

C

514

10.27(b)

C

515

10.28(a)

C

516

10.28(b)

C

517

10.31(1)

C

518

10.31(2)

C

519

10.32(1)

C

520

10.32(2)

C

521

10.32(3)

C

522

10.33(1)

C

523

10.33(2)(a)

C

524

10.33(2)(b)

C

525

10.33(2)(c)

C

526

10.33(2)(d)

C

527

10.33(3)

C

528

10.33(4)

C

529

10.34(1)(a)

C

530

10.34(1)(b)

C

531

10.34(2)

C

532

10.35(1)(a)

C

533

10.35(1)(b)

C

534

10.35(1)(c)

C

535

10.35(2)(a)

C

536

10.35(2)(b)

C

537

10.35(2)(c)

C

538

10.35(3)(a)

C

539

10.35(3)(b)

C

540

10.36(1)(a)

C

541

10.36(1)(b)

C

542

10.36(1)(c)

C

543

10.36(2)

C

544

10.37(a)

C

545

10.37(b)

C

546

10.38(a)

C

547

10.38(b)

C

548

10.38(c)

C

549

10.38(d)

C

550

10.39(1)(a)

C

551

10.39(1)(b)

C

552

10.39(2)(a)

C

553

10.39(2)(b)

C

554

10.39(3)(a)

C

555

10.39(3)(b)

C

556

10.39(3)(c)

C

557

10.39(4)

C

558

10.40

C

559

10.41(1)

C

560

10.41(2)

C

561

10.42(1)(a)

A

562

10.42(1)(b)

A

563

10.42(2)

A

564

10.43(1)

C

565

10.43(2)

B

566

10.46

D

567

10.47

D

568

10.48(a)

D

569

10.48(b)

D

570

10.48(c)

D

571

10.48(d)

D

572

10.48(e)

D

573

10.49(a)

D

574

10.49(b)

D

575

10.49(c)

D

576

10.49(d)

D

577

10.49(e)

D

578

10.49(f)

D

579

10.49(g)

D

580

10.49(h)

D

581

10.49(i)

D

582

10.49(j)

D

583

10.49(k)

D

584

11.2(1)(a)

D

585

11.2(1)(b)

D

586

11.2(2)

D

587

11.2(3)

D

588

11.2(4)

D

589

11.2(5)

D

590

11.3(a)

E

591

11.3(a)(i)

D

592

11.3(a)(ii)

D

593

11.3(b)

D

594

11.3(c)

D

595

11.3(d)

D

596

11.4(1)(a)(i)

D

597

11.4(1)(a)(ii)

D

598

11.4(1)(a)(iii)

D

599

11.4(1)(b)(i)

D

600

11.4(1)(b)(ii)

D

601

11.4(1)(b)(iii)

D

602

11.4(1)(b)(iv)

D

603

11.4(1)(b)(v)

D

604

11.4(1)(c)

D

605

11.4(2)

D

606

11.4(3)(a)

A

607

11.4(3)(b)

A

608

11.5(1)(a)(i)

D

609

11.5(1)(a)(ii)

D

610

11.5(1)(b)

D

611

11.5(1)(c)(i)

D

612

11.5(1)(c)(ii)

D

613

11.5(1)(d)

D

614

11.5(1)(e)

D

615

11.5(2)(a)

D

616

11.5(2)(b)

D

617

11.5(2)(c)

D

618

11.5(3)(a)

D

619

11.5(3)(b)

D

620

11.5(3)(c)

D

621

11.5(3)(d)

D

622

11.6(1)(a)

D

623

11.6(1)(b)

D

624

11.6(2)

D

625

11.7(1)(a)

D

626

11.7(1)(b)

D

627

11.7(2)

D

628

11.8

D

629

11.9(1)(a)

D

630

11.9(1)(b)

D

631

11.9(2)(a)

D

632

11.9(2)(b)

D

633

11.9(3)

D

634

11.10(1)(a)(i)

D

635

11.10(1)(a)(ii)

D

636

11.10(1)(b)(i)

D

637

11.10(1)(b)(ii)

D

638

11.10(2)

D

639

11.11(1)(a)

D

640

11.11(1)(b)

D

641

11.11(2)(a)

D

642

11.11(2)(b)

D

643

11.12(a)

A

644

11.12(b)

A

645

12.1

D

646

12.2(a)

D

647

12.2(b)

D

648

12.3(a)

D

649

12.3(b)

B

650

12.4

D

651

12.51(1)

C

652

12.5(2)

C

653

12.6

C

654

12.7(1)

D

655

12.7(2)

C

656

12.7(3)(a)

D

657

12.7(3)(b)

D

658

12.8

C

659

12.9(a)

C

660

12.9(b)

C

661

12.9(c)

C

662

12.10(1)(a)

E

663

12.10(1)(b)

E

664

12.10(1)(c)

E

665

12.10(1.1)(a)(i)

C

666

12.10(1.1)(a)(ii)

D

667

12.10(1.1)(b)

A

668

12.10(1.1)(c)

A

669

12.10(1.2)

B

670

12.10(2)

D

671

12.10(3)

D

672

12.10(4)(a)

D

673

12.10(4)(b)

D

674

12.10(5)(a)

D

675

12.10(5)(b)

B

676

12.11(1)(a)

D

677

12.11(1)(b)

D

678

12.11(2)(a)

D

679

12.11(2)(b)

C

680

12.11(2)(c)

C

681

12.11(2)(d)(i)

C

682

12.11(2)(d)(ii)

C

683

12.11(3)

D

684

12.12

D

685

12.13(a)

C

686

12.13(b)

D

687

12.14(1)

A

688

12.14(2)

A

689

12.15(1)

B

690

12.15(2)

D

691

12.15(3)

D

692

12.15(4)(a)

A

693

12.15(4)(b)

A

694

12.16

D

695

12.17

D

696

13.2

D

697

13.3

C

698

13.4(1)

C

699

13.5

C

700

13.6(a)

C

701

13.6(b)

C

702

13.7(1)

C

703

13.7(2)

C

704

13.7(3)

D

705

13.8

C

706

13.9

C

707

13.10

D

708

13.11

C

709

13.12(1)

A

710

13.12(2)

A

711

13.13(1)(a)

D

712

13.13(1)(b)

D

713

13.13(1)(c)

D

714

13.13(2)

D

715

13.13(3)

D

716

13.14

D

717

13.15

D

718

13.16(1)

D

719

13.16(2)(a)

D

720

13.16(2)(b)(i)

D

721

13.16(2)(b)(ii)

D

722

13.17

D

723

13.18(a)

D

724

13.18(b)

D

725

13.18(c)

D

726

13.19(a)

D

727

13.19(b)

D

728

13.20

D

729

13.21

D

730

13.22

D

731

14.3(1)

D

732

14.3(2)

D

733

14.3(3)

C

734

14.4(1)

D

735

14.4(3)(a)

D

736

14.4(3)(b)

D

737

14.4(4)

D

738

14.5

D

739

14.6(1)

D

740

14.6(2)(a)

D

741

14.6(2)(b)

C

742

14.7

D

743

14.8(1)(a)

D

744

14.8(1)(b)

C

745

14.8(1)(c)

C

746

14.8(2)

D

747

14.9(1)

C

748

14.9(2)

C

749

14.10

C

750

14.11

C

751

14.12(1)

D

752

14.12(2)(a)

D

753

14.12(2)(b)

D

754

14.12(2)(c)

D

755

14.13(1)(a)

D

756

14.13(1)(b)

D

757

14.13(2)

D

758

14.14(1)(a)

D

759

14.14(1)(b)

D

760

14.14(2)

D

761

14.15(a)

D

762

14.15(b)

D

763

14.16(1)(a)

D

764

14.16(1)(b)

D

765

14.16(2)

D

766

14.16(3)

D

767

14.17

D

768

14.18

C

769

14.19

C

770

14.20(1)

C

771

14.20(2)

A

772

14.20(3)(a)

A

773

14.20(3)(b)

A

774

14.20(4)

A

775

14.20(5)(a)

A

776

14.20(5)(b)

A

777

14.21

D

778

14.22(1)

A

779

14.22(2)

A

780

14.22(3)

A

781

14.23(1)(a)

D

782

14.23(1)(b)

D

783

14.23(1)(c)

D

784

14.23(3)(a)

D

785

14.23(3)(b)

D

786

14.23(4)

A

787

14.24(a)

D

788

14.24(b)

D

789

14.25(a)

D

790

14.25(b)

D

791

14.26(1)

D

792

14.26(2)

D

793

14.26(3)

D

794

14.26(4)

D

795

14.26(5)

D

796

14.26(6)

D

797

14.27(1)

D

798

14.27(2)

D

799

14.27(3)

D

800

14.27(4)

D

801

14.28(a)

D

802

14.28(b)

D

803

14.29(1)

D

804

14.29(2)

D

805

14.29(3)

D

806

14.29(4)

A

807

14.30(1)

D

808

14.30(2)

D

809

14.30(3)(a)

D

810

14.30(3)(b)

D

811

14.31

D

812

14.32

D

813

14.33(1)

D

814

14.33(2)

D

815

14.34(1)

D

816

14.34(2)

D

817

14.35

C

818

14.36

D

819

14.37(1)

C

820

14.37(2)

D

821

14.37(3)

D

822

14.37(4)

D

823

14.38(2)

D

824

14.38(3)

D

825

14.38(4)

D

826

14.39(1)

D

827

14.39(2)

D

828

14.40(a)

D

829

14.40(b)

D

830

14.41

D

831

14.42(1)

D

832

14.43(1)

D

833

14.43(2)

D

834

14.44(1)(a)

C

835

14.44(1)(b)

C

836

14.44(3)

D

837

14.44(4)

C

838

14.45(1)(a)(i)

C

839

14.45(1)(a)(ii)

C

840

14.45(1)(b)

C

841

14.45(2)(a)

C

842

14.45(2)(b)

C

843

14.46(1)

C

844

14.46(2)

C

845

14.47

C

846

14.48(a)

C

847

14.48(b)

C

848

14.49(a)

C

849

14.49(b)

C

850

14.49(c)

A

851

14.50(1)

D

852

14.50(2)

D

853

14.50(3)(a)

C

854

14.50(3)(b)

C

855

14.50(3)(c)

C

856

14.50(3)(d)

D

857

14.50(3)(e)

D

858

14.50(3)(f)

D

859

14.51(1)

D

860

14.51(2)

D

861

14.51(3)(a)

D

862

14.51(3)(b)

D

863

14.51(4)

A

864

15.3

A

865

15.4(1)(a)

A

866

15.4(1)(b)

A

867

15.4(1)(c)

D

868

15.4(2)

D

869

15.4(3)

A

870

15.5(a)

A

871

15.5(b)

A

872

15.5(c)

A

873

15.5(d)

A

874

15.5(e)

A

875

15.5(f)

A

876

15.5(g)

A

877

15.6(1)(a)

A

878

15.6(1)(b)

A

879

15.6(1)(c)

A

880

15.6(2)

A

881

15.7(1)

A

882

15.7(2)

A

883

15.8(1)(a)

A

884

15.8(1)(b)

A

885

15.8(1)(c)

A

886

15.8(1)(d)

A

887

15.8(2)(a)

A

888

15.8(2)(b)

A

889

15.9

A

890

15.10(1)

A

891

15.10(2)

A

892

15.11(a)

A

893

15.11(b)

A

894

16.2(1)

A

895

16.2(2)

A

896

16.3(1)

D

897

16.3(2)

D

898

16.3(3)(a)

D

899

16.3(3)(b)

D

900

16.3(4)(a)(i)

D

901

16.3(4)(a)(ii)

D

902

16.3(4)(b)(i)

D

903

16.3(4)(b)(ii)

D

904

16.3(4)(c)

D

905

16.4(1)(a)

A

906

16.4(1)(b)

D

907

16.4(1)(c)

D

908

16.4(1)(d)

D

909

16.4(1)(e)

D

910

16.4(1)(f)

D

911

16.4(2)(a)

D

912

16.4(2)(b)

D

913

16.5(1)

D

914

16.5(2)

D

915

16.5(3)(a)

D

916

16.5(3)(b)

D

917

16.5(3)(c)

D

918

16.5(4)

D

919

16.6(1)(a)

A

920

16.6(1)(b)

A

921

16.6(1)(c)

A

922

16.6(1)(d)

A

923

16.6(1)(e)

A

924

16.6(2)

A

925

16.7(1)

D

926

16.7(2)

D

927

16.7(3)

D

928

16.7(4)

D

929

16.8(1)

D

930

16.8(2)

D

931

16.8(3)

D

932

16.9(1)

D

933

16.9(2)(a)

B

934

16.9(2)(b)

B

935

16.9(2)(c)

B

936

16.10(1)(a)

B

937

16.10(1)(b)

B

938

16.10(1)(c)

B

939

16.10(1)(d)

B

940

16.10(1)(e)(i)

B

941

16.10(1)(e)(ii)

B

942

16.10(1)(e)(iii)

B

943

16.10(1)(e)(iv)

B

944

16.10(1)(e)(v)

B

945

16.10(1)(e)(vi)

B

946

16.10(2)(a)

B

947

16.10(2)(b)(i)

B

948

16.10(2)(b)(ii)

B

949

16.11(a)

D

950

16.11(b)

D

951

16.12(1)

D

952

16.12(2)

A

953

16.12(3)

A

954

16.12(4)

A

955

16.13(1)(a)

A

956

16.13(1)(b)

A

957

16.13(2)(a)

A

958

16.13(2)(b)

A

959

16.13(3)

A

960

16.13(4)

B

961

16.13(5)

A

962

16.13(6)

A

963

17.3(1)

D

964

17.3(3)

D

965

17.4(1)(a)

D

966

17.4(1)(b)

D

967

17.4(2)(a)(i)

D

968

17.4(2)(a)(ii)

D

969

17.4(2)(a)(iii)

D

970

17.4(2)(a)(iv)

D

971

17.4(2)(a)(v)

D

972

17.4(2)(a)(vi)

D

973

17.4(2)(a)(vii)

D

974

17.4(2)(a)(viii)

D

975

17.4(2)(a)(ix)

D

976

17.4(2)(b)(i)

D

977

17.4(2)(b)(ii)

D

978

17.4(2)(b)(iii)

D

979

17.4(2)(b)(iv)

D

980

17.4(2)(b)(v)

D

981

17.4(2)(b)(vi)

D

982

17.4(2)(b)(vii)

D

983

17.4(2)(b)(viii)

D

984

17.4(2)(b)(ix)

D

985

17.4(2)(c)(i)

D

986

17.4(2)(c)(ii)

D

987

17.4(2)(c)(iii)

D

988

17.4(2)(d)

D

989

17.4(3)

D

990

17.4(4)

D

991

17.5(1)(a)

D

992

17.5(1)(b)

D

993

17.5(1)(c)

D

994

17.5(1)(d)

D

995

17.5(1)(e)

D

996

17.5(2)(a)

D

997

17.5(2)(b)

D

998

17.5(2)(c)

D

999

17.5(2)(d)(i)

D

1000

17.5(2)(d)(ii)

D

1001

17.5(3)

D

1002

17.6(1)(a)

D

1003

17.6(1)(b)

D

1004

17.6(2)

D

1005

17.7(1)(a)

D

1006

17.7(1)(b)

D

1007

17.7(1)(c)

D

1008

17.7(2)

D

1009

17.7(3)

D

1010

17.8(1)(a)

D

1011

17.8(1)(b)

D

1012

17.8(2)

A

1013

17.9(1)

D

1014

17.9(2)

A

1015

17.10(1)(a)

D

1016

17.10(1)(b)

D

1017

17.10(2)

A

1018

17.10(3)(a)

A

1019

17.10(3)(b)

A

1020

17.10(4)

A

1021

17.11(1)(a)

D

1022

17.11(1)(b)

D

1023

17.11(2)(a)

E

1024

17.11(2)(b)

D

1025

17.11(2)(c)

D

1026

17.11(2)(d)

D

1027

17.11(2)(e)

D

1028

17.11(2)(f)(i)

D

1029

17.11(2)(f)(ii)

D

1030

17.11(2)(g)

D

1031

17.11(2)(h)(i)

D

1032

17.11(2)(h)(ii)

D

1033

17.12(a)

A

1034

17.12(b)

A

1035

18.4(1)(a)

A

1036

18.4(1)(b)

A

1037

18.4(1)(c)

A

1038

18.4(2)

A

1039

18.4(3)

A

1040

18.5(1)(a)

C

1041

18.5(1)(b)

C

1042

18.5(2)

C

1043

18.5(3)

C

1044

18.6(1)

D

1045

18.6(2)

D

1046

18.7(1)(a)

D

1047

18.7(1)(b)

D

1048

18.7(2)

D

1049

18.7(3)

D

1050

18.7(4)

D

1051

18.8(1)

D

1052

18.8(2)

D

1053

18.9(1)

D

1054

18.9(1)(a)

D

1055

18.9(1)(b)

D

1056

18.9(1)(c)

D

1057

18.9(1)(d)

D

1058

18.9(1)(e)

D

1059

18.9(1)(f)

D

1060

18.9(1)(g)

D

1061

18.9(1)(h)

D

1062

18.9(1)(h)

D

1063

18.9(1)(i)

D

1064

18.9(1)(k)

D

1065

18.9(1)(l)

D

1066

18.9(2)

D

1067

18.9(3)

D

1068

18.10(1)

D

1069

18.10(2)

D

1070

18.10(3)

D

1071

18.10(4)

D

1072

18.11

D

1073

18.12

D

1074

18.13

D

1075

18.14(a)

D

1076

18.14(b)

D

1077

18.14(c)

D

1078

18.15(a)

D

1079

18.15(b)

D

1080

18.15(c)

D

1081

18.16(a)

D

1082

18.16(a)

D

1083

18.17

D

1084

18.18(a)

D

1085

18.18(b)(i)

D

1086

18.18(b)(ii)

D

1087

18.19

D

1088

18.20(a)

D

1089

18.20(b)

D

1090

18.20(c)

D

1091

18.20(d)

D

1092

18.21

D

1093

18.22(a)

D

1094

18.22(b)

D

1095

18.23(1)

D

1096

18.23(2)

D

1097

18.24

D

1098

18.25(a)

D

1099

18.26(1)(a)

D

1100

18.26(1)(b)

D

1101

18.26(2)

D

1102

18.27(1)

D

1103

18.27(2)

D

1104

18.28(1)

D

1105

18.28(2)(a)

D

1106

18.28(2)(b)

D

1107

18.28(3)

D

1108

18.29

D

1109

18.30

D

1110

18.31(1)(a)

D

1111

18.31(1)(b)

D

1112

18.31(1)(c)

D

1113

18.31(1)(d)

D

1114

18.31(2)

D

1115

18.31(3)

D

1116

18.32(a)

D

1117

18.32(b)

D

1118

18.32(c)

D

1119

18.33(1)

D

1120

18.33(2)

D

1121

18.34

D

1122

18.34(a)

D

1123

18.34(b)

D

1124

18.34(c)

D

1125

18.34(d)

D

1126

18.34(d)

D

1127

18.35

D

1128

18.36(1)(a)

D

1129

18.36(1)(b)

D

1130

18.36(1)(c)

D

1131

18.36(3)

D

1132

18.37(1)

D

1133

18.37(2)

D

1134

18.38(1)

D

1135

18.38(2)

D

1136

18.38(3)

D

1137

18.38(4)

D

1138

18.38(5)

D

1139

18.39(1)

D

1140

18.39(2)

D

1141

18.40

D

1142

18.41

D

1143

18.42

D

1144

18.43

D

1145

18.45

D

1146

18.46(1)(a)

D

1147

18.46(1)(b)

D

1148

18.46(2)

D

1149

18.47

D

1150

18.48(a)

D

1151

18.48(b)

D

1152

18.49(1)

D

1153

18.49(2)

D

1154

18.50(a)

D

1155

18.50(b)

D

1156

18.51

D

1157

18.52(1)

D

1158

18.52(2)(a)

D

1159

18.52(2)(b)

D

1160

18.54(a)

D

1161

18.54(b)

D

1162

18.55

D

1163

18.56(a)

D

1164

18.56(b)

D

1165

18.56(c)

D

1166

18.57

D

1167

18.58(1)(a)

D

1168

18.58(1)(b)

D

1169

18.58(2)

D

1170

18.59

D

1171

18.60(a)

D

1172

18.60(b)

D

1173

18.61

D

1174

18.62(a)

D

1175

18.62(b)

D

1176

18.62(c)

D

1177

18.64(a)

D

1178

18.64(b)

D

1179

18.65(a)

D

1180

18.65(b)

D

1181

18.66

D

1182

18.67(1)

D

1183

18.67(2)

D

1184

18.67(3)

D

1185

19.1(1)(a)

D

1186

19.1(1)(b)

D

1187

19.1(1)(c)

D

1188

19.1(1)(d)

D

1189

19.1(1)(e)

D

1190

19.1(1)(f)

D

1191

19.2(1)(a)

A

1192

19.2(1)(b)

C

1193

19.2(1)(c)

C

1194

19.2(2)

C

1195

19.3(1)(a)

C

1196

19.3(1)(b)

C

1197

19.3(1)(c)

C

1198

19.3(1)(d)

C

1199

19.3(1)(e)

C

1200

19.3(1)(f)

C

1201

19.3(1)(g)

C

1202

19.3(1)(h)

C

1203

19.3(1)(i)

C

1204

19.3(2)(a)

C

1205

19.3(2)(b)

A

1206

19.3(2)(c)

A

1207

19.4(a)

A

1208

19.4(a.1)(i)

A

1209

19.4(a.1)(ii)

A

1210

19.4(b)

A

1211

19.4(c)

A

1212

19.4(d)

A

1213

19.4(e)

A

1214

19.4(f)

A

1215

19.4(g)

A

1216

19.5(1)(a)

D

1217

19.5(1)(b)

D

1218

19.5(1)(c)

D

1219

19.5(1)(d)

D

1220

19.5(2)

D

1221

19.5(3)

D

1222

19.5(4)(a)

D

1223

19.5(4)(b)

C

1224

19.5(5)

A

1225

19.6(1)(a)

C

1226

19.6(1)(b)

C

1227

19.6(1)(c)

C

1228

19.6(1)(d)

C

1229

19.6(2)(a)

C

1230

19.6(2)(b)

C

1231

19.6(3)(a)

A

1232

19.6(3)(b)

A

1233

19.6(3)(c)

A

1234

19.6(4)

A

1235

19.6(5)

A

1236

19.7(1)(a)

A

1247

19.7(1)(b)

A

1248

19.7(1)(c)

A

1249

19.7(2)(a)

A

1250

19.7(2)(b)

A

1251

19.7(2)(c)

A

1252

19.7(2)(d)

A

1253

19.7(2)(e)

A

1254

19.7(2)(f)

A

1255

19.7(2)(g)

A

1256

19.8(1)

A

1257

19.8(2)

A

DIVISION 2

Aviation Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

1.3

A

2

2.2(1)

A

3

2.2(2)

A

4

2.2(3)

A

5

2.3(1)(a)

B

6

2.3(1)(b)

A

7

2.3(2)

A

8

2.3(3)

A

9

2.3(4)

A

10

2.3(5)

A

11

2.3(6)(a)

C

12

2.3(6)(b)

A

13

2.3(6)(c)

A

14

2.4(a)

D

15

2.4(b)

D

16

2.5

D

17

2.6(a)

A

18

2.6(b)

A

19

2.7(1)

D

20

2.7(2)

C

21

2.8

C

22

3.2

C

23

3.3

C

24

3.4

D

25

3.5(a)

D

26

3.5(b)

D

27

3.5(c)

D

28

3.6

D

29

3.7

D

30

3.8

D

31

4.2

B

32

4.3(1)

C

33

4.3(2)

C

34

4.3(3)

C

35

4.4(1)

B

36

4.4(2)

B

37

4.4(3)

B

38

4.5

B

39

4.6

B

40

4.7

B

41

4.8

C

42

4.9(1)

B

43

4.9(2)(a)

B

44

4.9(2)(b)

B

45

4.9(2)(c)

B

46

4.9(3)

B

47

4.9(4)

B

48

4.10

B

49

4.11(a)

B

50

4.11(b)

B

51

4.11(c)

C

52

4.11(d)

C

53

4.12

B

54

4.13(a)

C

55

4.13(b)

C

56

4.14(1)

C

57

4.14(2)

C

58

4.15

C

59

4.16(a)

B

60

4.16(b)

B

61

4.17(a)

D

62

4.17(b)

D

63

4.17(c)

D

64

4.18(1)

C

65

4.18(2)

C

66

4.19(a)

C

67

4.19(b)

C

68

4.19(c)

C

69

4.20

C

70

4.21

C

71

5.3

A

72

5.4(1)(a)

C

73

5.4(1)(b)

A

74

5.4(2)

C

75

5.5(a)(i)

C

76

5.5(a)(ii)

C

77

5.5(b)

C

78

5.6

A

79

5.7(1)

A

80

5.7(3)

D

81

5.7(5)

D

82

5.7(6)

A

83

5.7(7)

A

84

5.8

D

85

5.9

D

86

5.10

D

87

5.11

C

88

5.12

C

89

5.13(1)

C

90

5.13(2)(a)

C

91

5.13(2)(b)

C

92

5.13(2)(c)

A

93

5.13(3)(a)

C

94

5.13(3)(b)

C

95

5.13(3)(c)

C

96

5.14(a)

C

97

5.14(b)

A

98

5.15(1)

C

99

5.15(2)

C

100

5.16(1)

D

101

5.16(1.1)

D

102

5.16(2)

D

103

5.16(3)

A

104

5.16(4)

A

105

5.17(1)

D

106

5.17(2)

D

107

5.18

C

108

5.19(1)

D

109

5.19(2)

D

110

5.19.1(1)

D

111

5.19.1(2)

A

112

5.19.2(a)

B

113

5.19.2(b)

B

114

5.19.2(c)

B

115

5.19.2(d)

B

116

5.19.2(e)

B

117

5.19.2(f)

B

118

5.19.3(a)

D

119

5.19.3(b)

D

120

5.19.4(1)(a)

D

121

5.19.4(1)(b)

D

122

5.19.6(1)(a)

D

123

5.19.6(1)(b)

D

124

5.19.6(2)

D

125

5.19.7

D

126

5.19.8(1)(a)

D

127

5.19.8(1)(b)

D

128

5.19.8(1)(c)

D

129

5.19.8(2)(a)

D

130

5.19.8(2)(b)

D

131

5.19.8(2)(c)

D

132

5.19.8(3)(a)

A

133

5.19.8(3)(b)

B

134

5.19.9(1)

D

135

5.19.9(2)

D

136

5.19.9(3)

D

137

5.19.10(a)

A

138

5.19.10(b)

A

139

5.19.11

D

140

5.20

C

141

5.21

C

142

5.24(2)

C

143

5.24(3)

C

144

5.24(4)

C

145

5.25(1)(a)

C

146

5.25(1)(b)

C

147

5.25(1)(c)

C

148

5.25(1)(d)

C

149

5.25(2)

C

150

5.25(3)

C

151

5.26(1)

C

152

5.26(2)

C

153

5.27(1)(a)

C

154

5.27(1)(b)

C

155

5.27(1)(c)

C

156

5.27(2)(a)

C

157

5.27(2)(b)

C

158

5.27(2)(c)

C

159

5.27(3)

C

160

5.28(1)

C

161

5.28(1)(a)

C

162

5.28(1)(b)

C

163

5.28(1)(c)

C

164

5.28(2)

C

165

5.28.1(1)

C

166

5.28.1(1)(a)

C

167

5.28.1(1)(b)

C

168

5.28.1(2)

B

169

5.29(1)(a)

A

170

5.29(1)(b)

A

171

5.29(2)

A

172

6.1(1)

C

173

6.1(2)

D

174

6.2

D

175

6.3

C

176

6.4

D

177

6.5(1)

C

178

6.5(2)

C

179

6.6(a)

C

180

6.6(b)

C

181

6.7

D

182

6.8

C

183

6.9

C

184

6.10(1)

D

185

6.10(2)

D

186

6.11

D

187

6.13

B

188

6.14(1)

A

189

6.14(2)

A

190

6.15(1)

B

191

6.15(2)

A

192

6.15(3)

A

193

6.16

D

194

7.1

B

195

7.2

B

196

8.2(1)

D

197

8.2(2)

D

198

8.3(1)

C

199

8.3(2)

A

200

8.3(4)

A

201

8.3(5)(a)

A

202

8.3(5)(b)

A

203

8.4(1)

D

204

8.4(2)

D

205

8.5(1)

D

206

8.5(2)

A

207

8.6

D

208

8.7

D

209

8.8

D

210

8.9(1)

C

211

8.9(2)

C

212

8.10(1)(a)

C

213

8.10(1)(b)

C

214

8.10(2)

A

215

8.11(1)

D

216

8.11(2)

D

217

8.12

D

218

8.13(a)

D

219

8.13(b)

D

220

9.2(1)

A

221

9.2(2)

A

222

9.3

D

223

9.4

D

224

9.5(1)

D

225

9.5(2)

D

226

9.5(4)

A

227

9.7(1)(a)

B

228

9.7(1)(b)

A

229

9.7(1)(c)

A

230

9.7(2)

A

231

9.8(1)

D

232

9.8(2)

D

233

9.8(3)

D

234

9.8(4)

D

235

9.8(5)

B

236

9.8(6)

B

237

9.8(7)

B

238

9.9(1)

C

239

9.9(2)

B

240

9.10(a)

B

241

9.10(b)

B

242

9.11(1)

A

243

9.11(2)

A

244

9.11(3)

A

245

9.11(4)

A

246

9.11(5)

A

247

9.11(6)

A

248

9.11(7)

A

249

10.2

A

250

10.3(a)

A

251

10.3(b)

A

252

10.3(c)

D

253

10.4(a)

A

254

10.4(b)

A

255

10.4(c)

A

256

10.4(d)

A

257

10.4(e)

A

258

10.5(1)

A

259

10.5(2)

A

260

10.6(1)(a)

A

261

10.6(1)(b)

A

262

10.6(1)(c)

A

263

10.6(2)(a)

A

264

10.6(2)(b)

A

265

10.7(1)

A

266

10.7(2)

A

267

10.8(a)

A

268

10.8(b)

A

DIVISION 3

Coal Mining Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

4

A

2

4(2)

A

3

4(3)

A

4

5(a)

A

5

5(b)

A

6

7

A

7

8(1)

A

8

8(2)

A

9

8(3)

A

10

9

B

11

10

E

12

11(1)

D

13

11(2)

D

14

11(3)

D

15

11(4)

D

16

12(1)

D

17

12(2)

D

18

13(1)

E

19

13(2)

D

20

13(3)

E

21

13(4)

D

22

14(1)

E

23

14(2)(a)

D

24

14(2)(b)

D

25

15(1)

D

26

15(2)

A

27

16(1)

D

28

16(2)

D

29

17

D

30

18

D

31

19(1)

D

32

19(2)

E

33

19(3)

D

34

20

D

35

21

D

36

22(1)

D

37

22(2)

D

38

22(3)

D

39

23

D

40

24

D

41

25(1)

D

42

25(2)

D

43

25(3)

D

44

26

D

45

27(2)

D

46

27(3)

D

47

27(4)

A

48

28(1)

D

49

28(2)

D

50

28(3)

D

51

29

D

52

29(2)

D

53

29(3)

D

54

29(4)

D

55

30(1)

D

56

30(2)

D

57

31(1)

D

58

32(1)

D

59

32(2)

A

60

33(1)

A

61

33(2)

A

62

34(1)

A

63

34(2)

A

64

35(1)

A

65

35(1)(a)

B

66

35(1)(b)

B

67

35(1)(c)

B

68

35(2)

A

69

35(3)

B

70

36(1)

C

71

36(2)

D

72

37

C

73

38(1)

D

74

39(1)

D

75

39(2)

A

76

40(1)

A

77

40(2)

A

78

40(3)

B

79

40(4)

C

80

41(1)

B

81

41(2)

B

82

42(1)

B

83

42(2)

B

84

42(3)

B

85

43(1)

B

86

43(2)(a)

B

87

43(2)(b)

B

88

44(1)(a)

B

89

44(1)(b)

A

90

44(1)(c)

A

91

44(2)

D

92

45(1)

A

93

45(2)

A

94

45(3)

D

95

46(1)(a)

E

96

46(1)(b)

D

97

46(1)(c)

D

98

46(2)

D

99

47(2)

B

100

47(3)

A

101

47(5)

A

102

48

D

103

49

D

104

50(1)

D

105

50(2)

D

106

51

D

107

52(1)

A

108

52(2)

D

109

52(3)

C

110

52(4)

C

111

52(5)

D

112

52(6)

A

113

52(7)

C

114

53

B

115

54(1)

D

116

54(2)

D

117

54(3)

D

118

55

D

119

56(1)

D

120

56(2)

D

121

56(3)

D

122

56(4)

A

123

57(1)

D

124

57(2)

D

125

57(3)

D

126

58

A

127

59(1)

A

128

59(2)

A

129

59(3)

A

130

60(1)

C

131

60(2)

C

132

60(3)

B

133

60(4)

B

134

60(5)

B

135

61

B

136

62

B

137

63(1)

C

138

63(2)

C

139

63(3)

C

140

64(1)

A

142

64(2)

A

142

65(1)

C

143

65(2)

C

144

66(1)

C

145

66(2)

C

146

66(3)

C

147

66(4)

C

148

66(5)

C

149

66(6)

A

150

67

C

151

68

D

152

69(1)

C

153

69(2)

A

154

69(3)

A

155

69(4)

A

156

69(5)

A

157

70

C

158

71(1)

C

159

71(2)

C

160

71(3)

C

161

72

C

162

73(1)

C

163

73(2)

C

164

74(1)

C

165

74(2)

C

166

74(3)

C

167

74(4)

C

168

75

C

169

76

C

170

77(1)

D

171

77(2)

D

172

77(3)

D

173

77(4)

A

174

78(1)

D

175

78(2)

D

176

78(3)

D

177

79(1)

D

178

79(2)

D

179

79(3)

C

180

80(1)

A

181

81

D

182

82

A

183

83(1)

D

184

83(2)

D

185

83(3)

D

186

84(1)

D

187

84(2)

D

188

84(3)

D

189

85(1)

D

190

85(2)

D

191

85(3)

D

192

86

D

193

87

D

195

88(1)

D

196

88(2)

D

197

88(3)

D

198

88(4)

D

199

88(5)

D

200

88(6)

D

201

89(1)

D

202

89(2)

D

203

89(3)

D

204

89(4)

D

205

89(5)

A

206

90(1)

C

207

90(2)

D

208

90(3)

D

209

91(1)

D

210

91(2)

D

211

91(3)

D

212

91(4)

A

213

92

D

214

93

C

215

94

C

216

95

C

217

96(1)

C

218

96(2)

B

219

96(3)

A

220

97

D

221

98(1)

D

222

98(2)

D

223

98(3)

D

224

99

D

225

100(1)

C

226

100(2)

C

227

101

A

228

102

C

229

103(1)

C

230

103(2)

A

231

104(1)

C

232

104(2)

A

233

105

C

234

106(1)

C

235

106(2)

A

236

107

C

237

108(1)

D

238

108(2)

A

239

110(1)

D

240

110(2)

D

241

111(1)

D

242

111(2)

D

243

112(1)

A

244

112(2)

A

245

113(1)

A

246

113(2)

A

247

113(3)

A

248

114(1)

D

249

114(2)

D

250

114(3)

D

251

115(1)

C

252

115(2)

A

253

115(3)

D

254

115(4)

D

255

115(5)

D

256

115(6)

D

257

115(7)

D

258

116(1)

D

259

116(2)

D

260

116(3)

A

261

116(4)

D

262

116(5)

A

263

117

C

264

118(1)

D

265

118(2)

A

266

119(1)

A

267

119(2)

A

268

119(3)

A

269

120

D

270

121(1)

A

271

121(2)

A

272

122(1)

A

273

122(2)

A

274

123(1)

C

275

123(2)

C

276

124

C

277

125(1)

A

278

125(2)

D

279

125(3)

A

280

126(1)

D

281

126(2)

D

282

126(3)

D

283

127(1)

D

284

127(2)

D

285

128

D

286

129

D

287

130

D

288

131(1)

D

289

131(2)

C

290

132(1)

D

291

132(2)

B

292

132(3)

D

293

132(4)

A

294

133(1)

D

295

133(2)

D

296

133(3)

D

297

134(1)

D

298

134(2)

D

299

134(3)

D

300

135(1)

D

301

135(2)

A

302

136

C

303

137(1)

D

304

137(2)

C

305

137(3)

D

306

138

D

307

139(1)

D

308

139(2)

D

309

140

D

310

141(1)

D

311

141(2)

D

312

141(3)

D

313

141(4)

C

314

142(1)

D

315

142(2)

A

316

142(3)

D

317

142(4)

B

318

143(1)

B

319

143(2)

B

320

143(3)

B

321

143(4)

B

322

143(5)

B

323

143(6)

A

324

144(1)

D

325

144(2)

D

326

145(1)

D

327

145(2)

D

328

146

C

329

147(1)

C

330

148(1)

A

331

148(2)

A

332

149(1)

D

333

149(2)

D

334

150(1)

B

335

150(2)

A

336

150(3)

A

337

151(1)

D

338

151(2)

C

339

151(3)

D

340

151(4)

D

341

151(5)

D

342

151(6)

C

343

151(7)

C

344

151(8)

C

345

151(9)

A

346

152(1)

D

347

152(3)

D

348

153(1)

C

349

153(2)

C

350

153(3)

C

351

154(1)

A

352

154(2)

A

353

155(1)

D

354

155(2)

D

355

156

D

356

157

D

357

158(1)

A

358

158(2)

A

359

158(3)

A

360

158(4)

A

361

159(1)

D

362

159(2)

A

363

160(1)

B

364

160(2)

A

365

160(3)

A

366

160(4)

A

367

160(5)

A

368

161(1)

A

369

161(2)

A

370

161(3)

A

371

162

B

372

163

A

373

164(1)

A

374

164(2)

D

375

164(3)

A

376

165

A

377

166

A

378

167

D

379

168

D

DIVISION 4

Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

4(1)

A

2

7(1)(a)

D

3

7(1)(b)

D

4

7(3)(a)

D

5

7(3)(b)

D

6

7(4)

D

7

11(1)

C

8

11(2)(a)

C

9

11(2)(b)

C

10

11(3)

C

11

11(4)

C

12

11(6)

D

13

12(1)

D

14

12(2)

D

15

12(3)

D

16

12(4)

D

17

12(5)

D

18

12(7)

A

19

12(8)

D

20

12(9)

D

21

12(10)

D

22

12(11)

D

23

13(1)

D

24

13(2)

C

25

13(3)

D

26

13(4)

D

27

13(5)(a)

C

28

13(5)(b)

D

29

14(1)(a)

D

30

14(1)(b)

D

31

14(2)

D

32

15(1)

D

33

15(2)(a)

D

34

15(2)(b)

D

35

15(3)

D

36

15(4)

C

37

15(5)

D

38

15(6)

D

39

15(7)

C

40

15(8)

D

41

15(9)

D

42

15(10)

D

43

15(11)

C

44

15(12)

C

45

16(1)

D

46

16(2)

C

47

16(3)

D

48

16(4)

C

49

16(5)

C

50

17

C

51

18(1)

C

52

18(2)

C

53

19(5)

A

54

20

C

55

21(1)

C

56

21(2)

C

57

22

C

58

23(1)

C

59

23(2)

C

60

23(3)

B

61

24(1)

C

62

24(2)

C

63

24(3)(a)

C

64

24(3)(b)

C

65

25(1)

B

66

25(2)

D

67

26(1)

B

68

26(2)

B

69

26(4)

B

70

27(1)(a)

B

71

27(1)(b)

B

72

27(2)

B

73

28(1)

B

74

28(3)

B

75

29(1)

B

76

30(1)

B

77

30(2)

B

78

30(3)

B

79

30(4)

B

80

32

B

81

33

B

82

34(1)

B

83

34(2)

B

84

35(1)

B

85

35(2)

B

86

35(3)

B

87

36(1)

B

88

36(2)

B

89

37

B

90

38

B

91

39(1)

B

92

39(2)

B

93

40

B

94

41(1)

B

95

41(2)(a)

B

96

41(2)(b)

B

97

41(2)(c)

D

98

42

B

99

43

B

100

44(1)

B

101

44(2)

B

102

45

B

103

46

B

104

47(1)

B

105

47(2)

B

106

47(3)

B

107

48(a)

B

108

48(b)

B

109

48(c)

B

110

48(d)

B

111

49(a)

B

112

49(b)

B

113

49(c)

B

114

50(a)

B

115

50(b)

B

116

50(c)

B

117

50(d)

B

118

51

B

119

52

B

120

53

B

121

54

B

122

55(1)

B

123

55(2)

B

124

55(3)

D

125

55(4)

B

126

56(1)

B

127

56(2)

B

128

56(3)

B

129

56(5)

B

130

57

B

131

58(1)

B

132

58(2)

B

133

59(1)

B

134

59(2)

B

135

59(3)

D

136

59(4)

C

137

62(1)

C

138

74(1)

D

139

75

D

140

92

D

142

93(1)

D

142

93(2)

D

143

94(a)

D

144

94(b)

D

145

95(1)

D

146

95(2)

A

147

104(1)

A

148

104(2)(a)

C

149

104(2)(b)

C

150

104(3)(a)

A

151

104(3)(b)

A

152

104(3)(c)

A

153

104(3)(d)

A

154

104(3)(e)

A

155

104(4)

C

156

104(5)

A

157

106

D

158

107(1)

D

159

107(2)

D

160

108

D

161

109(a)

A

162

109(b)

A

163

109(c)

D

164

110

B

165

111(1)(a)

C

166

111(1)(b)

D

167

112

C

168

113

D

169

114(1)

D

170

114(2)

D

171

114(1)(a)

D

172

114(3)(b)

D

173

114(4)

D

174

115(1)

D

175

115(2)

D

176

115(3)(a)

D

177

115(3)(b)

D

178

115(4)

D

179

116

D

180

117(a)

D

181

117(b)

D

182

117(c)

D

183

118(1)(a)

A

184

118(1)(b)

A

185

118(2)

A

186

119(1)(a)

A

187

119(1)(b)

A

188

119(2)

A

189

120(a)

D

190

120(b)

D

191

120(c)

D

192

120(d)

D

193

120(e)

D

195

120(f)

D

196

121(1)(a)

A

197

121(1)(b)

C

198

121(1)(c)

C

199

121(2)

C

200

122(1)

C

201

122(1)(a)

C

202

122(1)(b)

C

203

122(1)(c)

C

204

122(1)(d)

C

205

122(1)(e)

C

206

122(1)(f)

C

207

122(1)(g)

C

208

122(1)(h)

C

209

122(1)(i)

C

210

122(2)(a)

C

211

122(2)(b)

A

212

122(2)(c)

A

213

123(1)(a)

A

214

123(1)(b)(i)

A

215

123(1)(b)(ii)

A

216

123(1)(c)

A

217

123(1)(d)

A

218

123(1)(e)

A

219

123(1)(f)

A

220

123(1)(g)

D

221

123(1)(h)

D

222

123(2)

D

223

124(1)(a)

D

224

124(1)(b)

D

225

124(1)(c)

B

226

124(1)(d)

D

227

124(2)

C

228

124(3)

C

229

124(4)(a)

D

230

124(4)(b)

C

231

125(1)(a)

C

232

125(1)(b)

D

233

125(1)(c)

D

234

125(1)(d)

C

235

125(2)(a)

C

236

125(2)(b)

C

237

125(3)(a)

C

238

125(3)(b)

E

239

125(3)(c)

E

240

125(4)

E

241

125(5)

D

242

126(1)(a)

D

243

126(1)(b)

D

244

126(1)(c)

D

245

126(2)(a)

D

246

126(2)(b)

D

247

126(2)(c)

C

248

126(2)(d)

D

249

126(2)(e)

D

250

126(2)(f)

D

251

126(2)(g)

D

252

127(1)

C

253

127(2)

C

254

128

D

255

132(1)

D

256

132(2)

D

257

132(3)

D

258

133(1)

D

259

133(2)

D

260

133(3)(a)

D

261

133(3)(b)(i)

D

262

133(3)(b)(ii)

D

263

133(3)(b)(iii)

D

264

133(4)

D

265

134(1)

D

266

134(2)

D

267

135

D

268

136(1)

D

269

136(2)(a)

D

270

136(2)(b)

D

271

136(2)(c)

D

272

136(3)(a)

D

273

136(3)(b)

D

274

136(3)(c)

D

275

136(3)(d)

A

276

136(3)(e)

A

277

137

D

278

138(1)(a)

D

279

138(1)(b)

D

280

138(2)(a)

D

281

138(2)(b)

D

282

138(2)(c)

D

283

138(2)(d)

B

284

140(1)

C

285

140(2)

C

286

141

C

287

142(1)

D

288

142(2)

C

289

142(3)(a)

D

290

142(3)(b)

D

291

143

C

292

144(1)

E

293

144(2)

D

294

144(3)

D

295

144(4)(a)

D

296

144(4)(b)

D

297

144(5)

D

298

145

D

299

146

C

300

147(1)(a)

D

301

147(1)(b)

D

302

147(2)(a)

D

303

147(2)(b)

C

304

147(2)(d)

C

305

148(1)

A

306

148(2)

A

307

149(1)

B

308

149(2)

D

309

149(3)(a)

A

310

149(3)(b)

A

311

150(1)

D

312

150(2)

D

313

152(2)

C

314

152(3)

D

315

152(4)

B

316

153(1)

A

317

153(2)

B

318

153(3)

B

319

154(1)(a)

D

320

154(2)(b)

D

321

154(1)(c)

D

322

155(1)

B

323

155(2)

B

324

156(a)

D

325

156(b)

C

326

157(1)

B

327

157(2)

B

328

157(3)

B

329

160(1)

C

330

160(2)

C

331

160(3)

C

332

160(4)

C

333

160(5)

C

334

161(1)

D

335

161(2)

D

336

161(3)

D

337

161(4)(a)

D

338

161(4)(b)

D

339

161(5)

D

340

161(6)

A

341

162(1)(a)

B

342

162(1)(b)

A

343

162(1)(c)

D

344

162(2)

A

345

162(3)

A

346

162(4)

A

347

162(5)

A

348

162(6)(a)

A

349

162(6)(b)

C

350

163

A

351

164

C

352

165(a)

D

353

165(b)

D

354

165(c)

D

355

165(d)

D

356

165(e)

D

357

166(a)

D

358

166(b)

D

359

167

D

360

168(1)

D

361

168(2)

D

362

169

D

363

170

D

364

171(1)(a)

D

365

171(1)(b)

D

366

171(2)(a)

D

367

171(2)(b)

D

368

171(2)(c)

D

369

171(2)(d)

D

370

171(3)

D

371

172

D

372

173(1)(a)

D

373

173(1)(b)

D

374

173(1)(c)

D

375

173(1)(d)

D

376

173(1)(e)

D

377

173(1)(f)

D

378

173(2)

D

379

173(3)(a)(i)

D

380

173(3)(a)(ii)

D

381

173(3)(a)(iii)

D

382

173(3)(b)

D

383

173(3)(c)

D

384

173(3)(d)(i)

D

385

173(3)(d)(ii)

D

386

173(3)(d)(iii)

D

387

173(4)

D

388

174(1)

D

389

174(2)(a)(i)

D

390

174(2)(a)(ii)

D

391

174(2)(b)(i)

D

392

174(2)(b)(ii)

D

393

174(3)

D

394

176(1)

C

395

176(3)(a)

D

396

176(3)(b)

C

397

176(4)

D

398

176(5)

D

399

177(1)(a)

D

400

177(1)(b)

D

401

177(2)(a)

D

402

177(2)(b)

D

403

177(2)(c)

D

404

177(2)(d)

D

405

178

D

406

179(1)

D

407

179(2)

C

408

179(3)

D

409

179(4)

D

410

180

D

411

181(1)

D

412

181(2)

D

413

182(1)

C

414

182(2)

D

415

183

D

416

184

D

417

185(1)

D

418

185(2)

D

419

185(3)(a)

D

420

185(3)(b)

D

421

185(4)

D

422

185(5)

A

423

185(6)

A

424

185(7)(a)

A

425

185(7)(b)

A

426

185(7)(c)

A

427

185(8)

A

428

185(9)

D

429

186(1)

D

430

186(2)

D

431

187(1)(a)

D

432

187(1)(b)

D

433

187(2)(a)

A

434

187(2)(b)

A

435

187(3)

A

436

188(1)

D

437

188(4)

D

438

188(5)

D

439

188(6)

D

440

190(a)

D

441

190(b)

D

442

191(a)

D

443

191(b)

D

444

192(1)

D

445

192(2)

D

446

193

D

447

194

D

448

195(1)

D

449

195(2)

D

450

196

D

451

197(1)

D

452

197(2)

D

453

199

C

454

200

C

455

203(1)

D

456

203(2)

C

457

203(3)

C

458

203(4)

C

459

203(5)(a)

C

460

203(5)(b)

C

461

203(6)

C

462

203(7)

C

463

203(8)

C

464

204(1)

C

465

204(2)

D

466

205(1)

C

467

205(2)

A

468

206(1)

C

469

206(2)

D

470

206(3)

D

471

206(4)

D

472

207(1)

D

473

207(2)

D

474

207(3)

D

475

208(1)(a)

D

476

208(1)(b)

D

477

208(1)(c)

D

478

208(2)(a)

D

479

208(2)(b)

D

480

211(1)

D

481

211(2)

D

482

212(1)

D

483

212(2)(a)

D

484

212(2)(b)

D

485

212(3)

D

486

213(1)

D

487

213(2)

D

488

213(3)

D

489

214(a)

D

490

214(b)

C

491

215(1)

C

492

215(2)

C

493

216

C

494

217(1)

D

495

217(2)(a)

D

496

217(2)(b)

D

497

217(2)(c)

D

498

218

D

499

219(a)

D

500

219(b)

D

501

220(a)

D

502

220(b)

D

503

221(1)(a)

D

504

221(1)(b)

D

505

221(2)

D

506

222

D

507

223

D

508

224

D

509

225

D

510

226(1)

C

511

226(2)

D

512

227(1)

C

513

227(2)

A

514

227(3)

A

515

227(4)(a)

C

516

227(4)(b)

A

517

227(5)

A

518

227(6)(a)

A

519

227(6)(b)

A

520

228(1)

D

521

228(3)(a)

D

522

228(3)(b)

D

523

228(4)

A

524

229(1)

D

525

229(2)(a)

D

526

229(2)(b)

D

527

229(3)

D

528

229(4)

D

529

229(5)

D

530

229(5)(a)

D

531

229(5)(b)

C

532

229(6)

D

533

229(7)

D

534

230(1)

D

535

230(2)

D

536

231(1)

D

537

231(2)

D

538

231(3)

D

539

232(1)

D

540

232(2)

C

541

233

D

542

234

C

543

235(2)

D

544

235(3)

D

545

235(4)

D

546

236(1)

D

547

236(2)

D

548

236(3)

D

549

236(4)

D

550

236(5)

D

551

236(6)

D

552

236(7)

D

553

237(a)

D

554

237(b)

D

555

238(1)

D

556

238(2)

A

557

238(3)

A

558

239(1)

D

559

239(2)

D

560

240(1)

D

561

240(2)

D

562

240(3)

D

563

240(4)

D

564

241(1)

C

565

241(2)

D

566

242(1)

C

567

242(2)(a)

C

568

242(2)(b)

C

569

245(1)(a)

C

570

245(1)(b)

A

571

245(2)

C

572

245(3)(a)

C

573

245(3)(b)

C

574

245(4)

A

575

246

C

576

247

D

577

248(a)

D

578

248(b)

D

579

249

D

580

250(1)

D

581

250(2)

D

582

250(3)

D

583

250(4)

C

584

250(5)

D

585

251

C

586

252(a)

C

587

252(b)

D

588

253(1)

C

589

253(2)(a)

C

590

253(2)(b)

C

591

253(2)(c)

C

592

253(2)(d)

A

593

253(3)

C

594

253(3)(a)

C

595

253(3)(b)

C

596

253(4)

A

597

253(5)

A

598

253(5)(a)

A

599

253(5)(b)

A

600

254(2)

D

601

254(3)

A

602

254(4)

A

603

255(1)(a)

D

604

255(1)(b)

D

605

255(1.1)

D

606

255(2)

D

607

255(3)

A

608

255(4)

A

609

255(5)

D

610

255(6)

D

611

256(1)(a)

D

612

256(1)(b)

D

613

256(2)(a)

D

614

256(2)(b)

C

615

256(3)(a)

C

616

256(3)(b)

C

617

256(4)

C

618

257

D

619

257.1(1)

D

620

257.1(2)

A

621

257.2(a) to (f)

E

622

257.3(a)

D

623

257.3(b)

D

624

257.4(1)(a)

D

625

257.4(1)(b)

D

626

257.4(2)

D

627

257.5(a) to (e)

D

628

257.6(1)(a)

D

629

257.6(1)(b)

D

630

257.6(2)

D

631

257.7

D

632

257.8(1)(a)

D

633

257.8(1)(b)

D

634

257.8(1)(c)

D

635

257.8(2)(a)

D

636

257.8(2)(b)

D

637

257.8(2)(c)

D

638

257.8(3)(a)

A

639

257.8(3)(b)

B

640

257.9(1)

D

641

257.9(2)

D

642

257.9(3)

D

643

257.91(a)

A

644

257.91(b)

A

645

257.92(a) to (f)

D

646

258(1)(a)

C

647

258(1)(b)

C

648

258(1)(c)

C

649

258(2)(a)

C

650

258(2)(b)

C

651

261

C

652

262(2)

C

653

262(3)

C

654

263(1)

C

655

263(3)

C

656

263(4)

C

657

264(1)(a)

C

658

264(1)(b)

C

659

264(2)

C

660

265(1)

C

661

265(2)(a)

C

662

265(2)(b)

C

663

265(2)(c)

C

664

265(3)(a)

C

665

265(3)(b)

C

666

265(3)(c)

C

667

265(4)

C

668

265(5)

C

669

267(a)

C

670

267(b)

C

671

267(c)

C

672

267(d)

C

673

268(1)(a)

C

674

268(1)(b)

C

675

268(2)(a)

C

676

268(2)(b)

C

677

269

C

678

270(1)

C

679

270(2)

C

680

271(1)

A

681

271(2)

A

682

272(1)(a)

C

683

272(1)(b)

C

684

272(2)

B

685

275

A

686

276(a)

A

687

276(b)

A

688

276(c)

A

689

277

A

690

278(1)

A

691

278(2)(a) to (e)

A

692

279(1)(a) to (p)

A

693

279(2)(a)

A

694

279(2)(b)

A

695

280(1)

A

696

280(2)(a)

A

697

280(2)(b)

A

698

281

A

DIVISION 5

Oil and Gas Occupational Safety and Health Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

1.4

A

2

3.1

C

3

3.2

B

4

3.3(2)

C

5

3.3(3)

C

6

3.3(5)

D

7

3.4(1)

D

8

3.4(2)

D

9

3.5

C

10

3.6

C

11

3.7(1)

D

12

3.7(2)(a)

D

13

3.7(2)(b)

D

14

3.7(3)

D

15

3.7(4)(a)

D

16

3.7(4)(b)

D

17

3.8(1)(a)

C

18

3.8(1)(b)

C

19

3.8(1)(c)

C

20

3.8(2)(a)

C

21

3.8(2)(b)

C

22

3.9(1)(a)

C

23

3.9(1)(b)

C

24

3.9(1)(c)

C

25

3.9(2)

D

26

3.10

D

27

3.11(1)

C

28

3.11(2)

C

29

3.12(1)

C

30

3.12(2)

C

31

3.12(3)

C

32

3.13(1)

C

33

3.13(2)

C

34

3.14(1)(a)

C

35

3.14(1)(b)

C

36

3.14(1)(c)

C

37

3.14(2)

C

38

3.14(3)

C

39

4.3

D

40

4.4

C

41

4.5(a)

C

42

4.5(b)

C

43

4.6(1)

C

44

4.6(2)

D

45

4.7

D

46

4.8(1)

C

47

4.8(2)

C

48

4.9(1)

D

49

4.9(2)

D

50

4.9(3)

C

51

4.10(1)

C

52

4.10(2)

D

53

4.10(3)

D

54

4.10(4)(a)

C

55

4.10(4)(b)

C

56

4.10(4)(c)

C

57

4.10(5)

D

58

4.11(1)

C

59

4.11(2)(a)

D

60

4.11(2)(b)

C

61

4.11(2)(c)

D

62

4.11(3)

D

63

4.12(1)

D

64

4.12(2)(a)

D

65

4.12(2)(b)

D

66

4.12(3)

C

67

4.12(4)

C

68

4.12(5)

D

69

4.12(6)

D

70

4.12(7)

D

71

4.13(1)

D

72

4.13(2)

C

73

4.13(3)(a)

E

74

4.13(3)(b)

D

75

4.13(5)

B

76

4.13(6)

C

77

4.14(1)

C

78

4.14(2)

C

79

4.15

C

80

4.16

C

81

5.1(1)(a)

C

82

5.1(1)(b)

C

83

5.2(1)

C

84

5.2(2)

D

85

5.2(3)(a)

D

86

5.2(3)(b)

D

87

5.2(4)

D

88

5.2(5)

D

89

5.2(6)

D

90

5.2(7)

D

91

5.3

C

92

5.4(1)

C

93

5.4(2)

C

94

5.5

C

95

5.6(1)

A

96

5.6(2)

A

97

5.7

C

98

6.3

C

99

6.4(1)

C

100

6.4(2)

C

101

6.5

C

102

6.6

C

103

6.7

A

104

6.8(1)(a)

C

105

6.8(1)(b)

C

106

6.9(1)

A

107

6.9(2)

C

108

6.10(1)

C

109

6.10(2)

C

110

6.10(3)

C

111

6.11

A

112

6.12(1)

A

113

6.12(2)

A

114

6.12(3)

A

115

7.2(1)

B

116

7.2(2)

D

117

7.3(a)

B

118

7.3(b)

B

119

7.4

B

120

7.5(1)

D

121

7.5(2)(a)

D

122

7.5(2)(b)

D

123

7.6

B

124

8.2(1)

C

125

8.2(2)

D

126

8.2(3)(a)

A

127

8.2(3)(b)

D

128

8.3

B

129

8.4(a)

D

130

8.4(b)

D

131

8.5

A

132

8.6

B

133

8.7

C

134

9.2(1)

C

135

9.2(2)(a)

D

136

9.2(2)(b)

C

137

9.3(1)

D

138

9.3(2)

D

139

9.3(3)

D

140

9.3(4)

D

142

9.3(5)

D

142

9.4

E

143

9.5

A

144

9.6(1)(a)

D

145

9.6(1)(b)

D

146

9.6(2)(a)

D

147

9.6(2)(b)

D

148

9.6(2)(c)

D

149

9.6(2)(d)

D

150

9.7

D

151

9.8(1)

D

152

9.8(2)

D

153

9.9

D

154

9.10(1)

D

155

9.10(2)

A

156

9.10(3)

D

157

9.10(4)

A

158

9.10(5)

A

159

9.11(1)

D

160

9.11(2)

C

161

9.11(3)

D

162

9.11(4)

D

163

9.12(1)

D

164

9.12(2)

C

165

9.13

D

166

9.14(1)

D

167

9.14(2)

D

168

9.15(1)

C

169

9.15(2)

D

170

9.16

D

171

10.2(1)

C

172

10.2(2)

C

173

10.3

C

174

10.4

C

175

10.5

C

176

10.6(1)

C

177

10.6(2)

C

178

10.7

B

179

10.8

B

180

10.9(1)

B

181

10.9(2)

B

182

10.10(1)

B

183

10.10(2)

B

184

10.10(3)

B

185

10.11(1)

B

186

10.12

B

187

10.13

B

188

10.14(1)(a)

B

189

10.14(1)(b)

B

190

10.14(2)

B

191

10.14(4)

B

192

10.15

B

193

10.16

B

195

10.17(a)

B

196

10.17(b)

B

197

10.17(c)

B

198

10.18(1)

B

199

10.18(2)

B

200

10.18(3)(a)

B

201

10.18(3)(b) and (c)

B

202

10.18(4)

B

203

10.19

B

204

10.20

B

205

10.21(a)

B

206

10.21(b)

B

207

10.21(c)

C

208

10.22

B

209

10.23(a)

C

210

10.23(b)

C

211

10.24

C

212

10.25(a)

C

213

10.25(b)

C

214

10.25(c)

C

215

10.25(d)

C

216

10.25(e)

B

217

10.25(f)

C

218

10.26(1)

C

219

10.26(2)

C

220

10.26(3)

C

221

10.26(4)

C

222

10.27(a)

B

223

10.27(b)

B

224

10.27(c)

B

225

10.28(1)

C

226

10.28(2)

D

227

10.29

C

228

10.30(1)

C

229

10.30(2)

C

230

10.31(a)

B

231

10.31(b)

B

232

10.31(c)

B

233

10.32

D

234

10.33(1)

C

235

10.33(2)

C

236

10.33(3)

C

237

10.34(a)

C

238

10.34(b)

C

239

10.34(c)

C

240

10.34(d)

B

241

10.34(e)

B

242

10.34(f)

B

243

10.35(a)

B

244

10.35(b)

B

245

10.35(c)

C

246

10.36

C

247

10.37

C

248

10.38(1)(a)

C

249

10.38(1)(b)

C

250

10.38(2)

C

251

10.38(3)

C

252

10.38(4)

C

253

11.3(1)(a)

C

254

11.3(1)(b)

A

255

11.3(2)

C

256

11.4(a)

C

257

11.4(b)

C

258

11.5

A

259

11.6(1)

C

260

11.6(2)

C

261

11.7(a)

D

262

11.8(1)

D

263

11.8(2)

D

264

11.9

C

265

11.10

D

266

11.11

D

267

11.12(1)

D

268

11.12(2)

C

269

11.13

C

270

11.14

D

271

11.15

C

272

11.18(a)

C

273

11.18(b)

C

274

11.18(c)

C

275

11.18(d)

C

276

11.19(1)

C

277

11.19(2)(a)

C

278

11.19(2)(b)

C

279

11.19(2)(c)

C

280

11.19(2)(d)

A

281

11.19(3)(a)

C

282

11.19(3)(b)

C

283

11.19(3)(c)

C

284

11.20

C

285

11.20(a)

A

286

11.20(b)

A

287

11.22(2)

D

288

11.22(3)

A

289

11.22(4)

A

290

11.23(1)(a)

D

291

11.23(1)(b)

D

292

11.23(1)(c)

D

293

11.23(1.1)

D

294

11.23(2)

D

295

11.23(3)

A

296

11.25(4)

A

297

11.24(1)

D

298

11.24(2)

D

299

11.25(1)

D

300

11.25(2)

D

301

11.26(1)

D

302

11.26(2)

D

303

11.26(3)

D

304

11.26(4)

E

305

11.27(1)

D

306

11.27(2)

A

307

11.27(3)

A

308

11.28(1)

D

309

11.28.1(1)

D

310

11.28.1(2)

A

311

11.28.2

E

312

11.28.3(a)

D

313

11.28.3(b)

D

314

11.28.4(1)(a)

D

315

11.28.4(1)(b)

D

316

11.28.4(2)

D

317

11.28.5

D

318

11.28.6(1)(a)

D

319

11.28.6(1)(b)

D

320

11.28.6(2)

D

321

11.28.7

D

322

11.28.8(1)(a)

D

323

11.28.8(1)(b)

D

324

11.28.8(1)(c)

D

325

11.28.8(2)(a)

D

326

11.28.8(2)(b)

D

327

11.28.8(2)(c)

D

328

11.28.8(3)(a)

A

329

11.28.8(3)(b)

B

330

11.28.9(1)

D

331

11.28.9(2)

D

332

11.28.9(3)

D

333

11.28.10(a)

A

334

11.28.10(b)

A

335

11.28.11

D

336

11.29(a)

C

337

11.29(b)

C

338

11.30(a)

C

339

11.30(b)

C

340

11.33

C

341

11.34(1)

C

342

11.34(2)

C

343

11.34(3)

C

344

11.35(1)

C

345

11.35(2)(a)

C

346

11.35(2)(b)

C

347

11.35(2)(c)

C

348

11.35(2)(d)

C

349

11.35(3)

C

350

11.35(4)

C

351

11.36(1)(a)

C

352

11.36(1)(b)

C

353

11.36(2)

C

354

11.37(1)(a)

C

355

11.37(1)(b)

C

356

11.37(1)(c)

C

357

11.37(2)(a)

C

358

11.37(2)(b)

C

359

11.37(2)(c)

C

360

11.37(3)(a)

C

361

11.37(3)(b)

C

362

11.38(1)(a)

C

363

11.38(1)(b)

C

364

11.38(1)(c)

C

365

11.38(2)

C

366

11.39(a)

C

367

11.39(b)

C

368

11.40(a)

C

369

11.40(b)

C

370

11.40(c)

C

371

11.40(d)

C

372

11.41(1)(a)

C

373

11.41(1)(b)

C

374

11.41(2)(a)

C

375

11.41(2)(b)

C

376

11.41(4)

C

377

11.42

C

378

11.43(1)

C

379

11.43(2)

C

380

11.44(1)(a)

A

381

11.44(1)(b)

A

382

11.44(2)

A

383

11.45(1)

C

384

11.45(2)

B

385

12.2(1)

D

386

12.2(2)

D

387

12.2(3)

D

388

12.2(4)

D

389

12.2(5)(a)

D

390

12.2(5)(b)

D

391

12.2(6)

D

392

12.3(a)(i)

D

393

12.3(a)(ii)

D

394

12.3(a)(iii)

D

395

12.3(b)

D

396

12.3(c)(i)

D

397

12.3(c)(ii)

D

398

12.3(d)

D

399

12.3(e)(i)

D

400

12.3(e)(ii)

D

401

12.3(e)(iii)

D

402

12.4

D

403

12.5(1)

D

404

12.5(2)(a)

D

405

12.5(2)(b)

D

406

12.6(1)

D

407

12.6(2)(a)(i)

D

408

12.6(2)(a)(ii)

D

409

12.6(2)(b)(i)

D

410

12.6(2)(b)(ii)

D

411

12.6(2)(b)(iii)

D

412

12.6(3)

D

413

12.7

A

414

12.8

A

415

13.1

D

416

13.2(a)

D

417

13.2(b)

D

418

13.3(a)

D

419

13.3(b)

B

420

13.4

D

421

13.5(1)

C

422

13.5(2)

C

423

13.6

C

424

13.7(1)

D

425

13.7(2)

C

426

13.7(3)(a)

D

427

13.7(3)(b)

D

428

13.7(4)(a)

D

429

13.7(4)(b)

D

430

13.7(4)(c)

D

431

13.7(5)

D

432

13.7(6)

C

433

13.8

C

434

13.9(a)

C

435

13.9(b)

C

436

13.9(c)

C

437

13.10(1)(a)

E

438

13.10(1)(b)

E

439

13.10(2)

D

440

13.10(3)

D

441

13.10(4)(a)

D

442

13.10(4)(b)

D

443

13.10(5)

D

444

13.11(1)

D

445

13.11(2)

D

446

13.11(3)

D

447

13.11(4)

D

448

13.12(1)(a)

D

449

13.12(1)(b)

D

450

13.12(2)(a)

D

451

13.12(2)(b)

C

452

13.12(2)(c)

C

453

13.12(2)(d)(i)

C

454

13.12(2)(d)(ii)

C

455

13.12(3)

D

456

13.13

D

457

13.14

C

458

13.15

C

459

13.16(1)

D

460

13.16(2)

D

461

13.16(4)

D

462

13.16(5)

C

463

13.17(a)

D

464

13.17(b)

D

465

13.18(1)

A

466

13.18(2)

A

467

13.19(1)

B

468

13.19(2)

D

469

13.19(3)

D

470

13.19(4)(a)

A

471

13.19(4)(b)

A

472

13.20

D

473

13.21

D

474

14.2

D

475

14.3

C

476

14.4(1)

C

477

14.5

C

478

14.6(a)

C

479

14.6(b)

C

480

14.7(1)

C

481

14.7(2)

C

482

14.7(3)

D

483

14.8

C

484

14.9

C

485

14.10

D

486

14.11

C

487

14.12(1)

A

488

14.12(2)

A

489

14.13(1)(a)

D

490

14.13(1)(b)

D

491

14.13(1)(c)

D

492

14.13(2)

D

493

14.13(3)

D

494

14.14

D

495

14.15(1)

D

496

14.16(1)

D

497

14.17(a)

D

498

14.17(b)

D

499

14.17(c)

D

500

14.18(a)

D

501

14.18(b)

D

502

14.19

D

503

14.20

D

504

14.21

D

505

15.3(1)

D

506

15.3(2)

D

507

15.4(1)

D

508

15.4(2)

D

509

15.5(1)

D

510

15.5(2)(a)

D

511

15.5(2)(b)

D

512

15.6

D

513

15.7(1)

D

514

15.7(2)

D

515

15.8(a)

D

516

15.8(b)

C

517

15.9(1)

C

518

15.9(2)

C

519

15.10

C

520

15.11

C

521

15.12(1)

D

522

15.12(2)(a)

D

523

15.12(2)(b)

D

524

15.13

D

525

15.14(a)

D

526

15.14(b)

D

527

15.15(a)

D

528

15.15(b)

D

529

15.16(a)

D

530

15.16(b)

D

531

15.17

D

532

15.18

D

533

15.19

D

534

15.20

D

535

15.21

D

536

15.22

C

537

15.23(1)

C

538

15.23(2)

A

539

15.24(1)

C

540

15.24(2)(a)

C

541

15.24(2)(b)

A

542

15.24(3)

A

543

15.24(4)(a)

A

544

15.24(4)(b)

A

545

15.25(1)

D

546

15.25(2)

D

547

15.26

D

548

15.27

D

549

15.28(1)(a)

D

550

15.28(1)(b)

D

551

15.28(1)(c)

D

552

15.28(2)

A

553

15.29

D

554

15.30(1)

D

555

15.30(2)

D

556

15.30(3)

D

557

15.31(1)

D

558

15.31(1)(a)

D

559

15.31(1)(b)

A

560

15.31(2)

D

561

15.32(1)

D

562

15.32(2)

D

563

15.33(1)

D

564

15.33(2)

D

565

15.34(1)

D

566

15.34(2)

D

567

15.35

D

568

15.36

D

569

15.37(1)

D

570

15.38

D

571

15.39

C

572

15.40

D

573

15.41

C

574

15.42(1)

D

575

15.42(2)

D

576

15.42(3)

D

577

15.43

D

578

15.44

D

579

15.45

D

580

15.46

D

581

15.47(a)

D

582

15.47(b)

D

583

15.47(2)

C

584

15.47(3)

D

585

15.48(1)

D

586

15.48(2)

D

587

15.49(1)

D

588

15.49(2)

D

589

15.50

C

590

15.51

C

591

15.52(1)

D

592

15.52(2)

D

593

15.53

C

594

15.54

C

595

15.55(1)

D

596

15.55(2)(a)

C

597

15.55(2)(b)

C

598

15.55(2)(c)

D

599

15.55(2)(d)

D

600

15.55(2)(e)

D

601

16.2

A

602

16.3(1)(a)

D

603

16.3(1)(b)

A

604

16.3(1)(c)

A

605

16.3(2)

D

606

16.3(3)

A

607

16.4(1)(a)

A

608

16.4(1)(b)

A

609

16.4(1)(c)

A

610

16.4(1)(d)

A

611

16.4(1)(e)

A

612

16.4(1)(f)

A

613

16.4(1)(g)

A

614

16.4(1)(h)

A

615

16.4(2)(a)

A

616

16.4(2)(b)

A

617

16.5

A

618

16.6(1)

A

619

16.6(2)

A

620

16.7(1)

A

621

16.8(1)

A

622

16.8(2)

A

623

17.2(1)

A

624

17.2(2)

A

625

17.2(3)

B

626

17.3

D

627

17.4(1)

D

628

17.4(2)

D

629

17.5(1)

D

630

17.5(2)

D

631

17.6(1)

D

632

17.7

D

633

17.8(a)

A

634

17.8(b)

D

635

17.8(c)

D

636

17.9(1)

D

637

17.9(2)(a)

D

638

17.9(2)(b)

D

639

17.9(3)(a)

D

640

17.9(3)(b)

D

641

17.10(1)(a)

A

642

17.10(1)(b)

A

643

17.10(1)(c)

A

644

17.10(2)

A

645

17.11(1)

D

646

17.11(2)

D

647

17.12(1)

D

648

17.12(2)

D

649

17.13(1)

D

650

17.14(a)

B

651

17.14(b)

B

652

17.14(c)

B

653

17.14(d)

B

654

17.14(e)

A

655

17.14(f)

B

656

17.14(g)

B

657

17.15(a)

D

658

17.15(b)

D

659

17.15(c)

D

660

17.16(1)(b)

A

661

17.16(2)

A

662

18.2

C

663

18.3(1)

D

664

18.3(2)

A

665

18.4(1)(a)

D

666

18.4(1)(b)

D

667

18.4(2)(a)

A

668

18.4(2)(b)

D

669

18.4(2)(c)

A

670

18.5(a)

A

671

18.5(b)

A

672

18.6(a)

D

673

18.6(b)

D

674

18.6(c)

D

675

18.6(d)

E

676

18.7(a)

D

677

18.7(b)

D

678

18.7(c)

D

679

18.7(d)

D

680

18.8

D

681

18.9(1)(a)

D

682

18.9(1)(b)

D

683

18.9(1)(c)

D

684

18.9(1)(d)

D

685

18.9(2)

D

686

18.9(3)

D

687

18.10

D

688

18.10(d)

D

689

18.11

D

690

18.12(a)

D

691

18.12(b)

D

692

18.12(c)

D

693

18.12(d)

D

694

18.12(e)(i)

D

695

18.12(e)(ii)

D

696

18.12(e)(iii)

D

697

18.12(e)(iv)

D

698

18.12(e)(v)

D

699

18.12(e)(vi)

D

700

18.12(f)

D

701

18.13(1)(a)

D

702

18.13(1)(b)

D

703

18.14(1)(a)

D

704

18.14(1)(b)

D

705

18.14(2)(a)

D

706

18.14(2)(b)

D

707

18.14(3)(a)

D

708

18.14(2)(b)

D

709

18.14(4)

D

710

18.15

D

711

18.16

D

712

18.18(1)

A

713

18.18(2)

A

714

18.18(3)(a)

A

715

18.18(3)(b)

A

716

18.18(4)

A

717

18.18(5)

A

718

18.18(6)(a)

A

719

18.18(6)(b)

A

720

18.18(6)(c)

A

721

18.18(7)

A

DIVISION 6

On Board Trains Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

1.4

A

2

2.2

C

3

2.2(2)

C

4

2.3(1)

C

5

2.4

C

6

2.5(1)

A

7

2.5(2)

A

8

2.6

C

9

3.4.1(1)

B

10

3.4.1(2)

B

11

3.5(2)(a)

D

12

3.5(2)(b)

D

13

4.2(1)

A

14

4.2(2)

A

15

4.2(3)

A

16

4.3(1)(a)

B

17

4.3(1)(b)

A

18

4.3(2)

A

19

4.3(3)

A

20

4.3(4)

A

21

4.3(5)

A

22

4.3(6)(a)

A

23

4.3(6)(b)

C

24

4.4(a)

D

25

4.4(b)

D

26

4.5

D

27

4.6(a)

A

28

4.6(b)

A

29

4.7(1)

D

30

4.7(2)

C

31

4.7(3)

C

32

4.8(1)

C

33

4.8(2)

A

34

5.2(2)(a)

D

35

5.2(2)(b)

D

36

5.2(2)(c)

D

37

5.3(1)

D

38

5.3(2)

C

39

5.3(3)

D

40

5.16(2)

D

41

5.16(3)

A

42

5.16(4)

A

43

6.2(1)

C

44

6.2(2)

C

45

6.3

C

46

6.6(1)

B

47

6.6(2)

B

48

6.7(1)

C

49

6.7(2)

C

50

6.8(a)

B

51

6.9

B

52

6.10(1)

B

53

6.10(2)

B

54

6.13(1)

B

55

6.14(4)

B

56

6.15(1)(a)

B

57

6.15(1)(b)

B

58

6.15(3)

B

59

6.17

B

60

6.18

B

61

6.19

B

62

6.20

B

63

6.21(a)

B

64

6.21(b)

B

65

6.21(c)

C

66

6.21(d)

C

67

6.22

B

68

6.23(a)

C

69

6.23(b)

C

70

6.27(1)

C

71

6.27(2)

C

72

6.28(a)

B

73

6.28(b)

B

74

6.28(c)

B

75

6.29(a)

D

76

6.29(b)

D

77

6.29(c)

D

78

6.30(1)

C

79

6.30(2)

C

80

6.30(3)(a)

C

81

6.30(3)(b)

C

82

6.30(4)

C

83

6.30(5)

C

84

6.30(6)

C

85

6.31(1)(a)

C

86

6.31(1)(b)

C

87

6.31(2)

C

88

6.32

C

89

6.33(a)

B

90

6.33(b)

B

91

6.33(c)

B

92

7.2.1

A

93

7.3(1)(a)

C

94

7.3(1)(b)

A

95

7.3(2)

C

96

7.4(a)(i)

C

97

7.4(a)(ii)

C

98

7.4(b)

C

99

7.5

A

100

7.6(1)

C

101

7.6(2)

C

102

7.7(a)

D

103

7.8

D

104

7.9

D

105

7.9.1

D

106

7.10

C

107

7.11

D

108

7.15(a)

C

109

7.15(b)

C

110

7.16(1)

C

111

7.16(2)(a)

C

112

7.16(2)(b)

C

113

7.16(2)(c)

C

114

7.16(3)(a)

C

115

7.16(3)(b)

C

116

7.16(3)(c)

C

117

7.18(1)(a)

C

118

7.18(1)(a)(i)

A

119

7.18(1)(a)(ii)

A

120

7.19(1)

A

121

7.19(2)(a) and (b)

D

122

7.19(3)

A

123

7.19(4)

A

124

7.20(1)(a)

D

125

7.20(1.1)

D

126

7.21(1)

D

127

7.21(2)

D

128

7.21.1(a)

D

129

7.21.1(b)

D

130

7.21.2(1)(a)

D

131

7.21.2(1)(b)

C

132

7.21.2(2)(a)

C

133

7.21.2(2)(b)

C

134

7.23(1)

A

135

7.23(2)

D

136

7.23(3)

D

137

7.23.1(1)

E

138

7.23.1(2)

C

139

7.23.3(a)

D

140

7.23.3(b)

D

141

7.23.4(1)(a)

D

142

7.23.4(1)(b)

D

143

7.23.6(1)(a)

D

144

7.23.6(1)(b)

D

145

7.23.6(2)

D

146

7.23.7

D

147

7.23.8(1)(a)

C

148

7.23.8(1)(b)

C

149

7.23.8(1)(c)

C

150

7.23.8(2)(a)

D

151

7.23.8(2)(b)

D

152

7.23.8(2)(c)

D

153

7.23.8(3)(a)

A

154

7.23.8(3)(b)

B

155

7.23.9(1)

D

156

7.23.9(2)

D

157

7.23.9(3)

D

158

7.23.10(a)

A

159

7.23.10(b)

A

160

7.23.11

D

161

7.24(a)

C

162

7.24(b)

C

163

7.25(a)

C

164

7.25(b)

C

165

7.28(1)

C

166

7.29(1)

C

167

7.29(2)

C

168

7.29(3)

C

169

7.30(1)(a)

C

170

7.30(1)(b)

C

171

7.30(1)(c)

C

172

7.30(1)(d)

C

173

7.30(2)

C

174

7.30(3)

C

175

7.31(1)(a)

C

176

7.31(1)(b)

C

177

7.31(2)

C

178

7.32(1)

C

179

7.32(2)(a)

C

180

7.32(2)(b)

C

181

7.32(2)(c)

C

182

7.32(3)(a)

C

183

7.32(3)(b)

C

184

7.33(a)

C

185

7.33(b)

C

186

7.34(a)

C

187

7.34(b)

C

188

7.35

C

189

7.36(1)

C

190

7.36(2)

C

191

7.37(1)(a)

A

192

7.37(1)(b)

A

193

7.37(2)

A

194

7.38(1)(a)

C

195

7.38(1)(b)

C

196

7.38(2)

B

197

8.2

D

198

8.3(a)

D

199

8.3(b)

D

200

8.4(a)

D

201

8.4(b)

B

202

8.5

D

203

8.6(1)

C

204

8.6(2)

C

205

8.7

C

206

8.8(1)

D

207

8.8(2)

C

208

8.8(3)

D

209

8.10(a)

C

210

8.10(b)

C

211

8.10(c)

C

212

8.11.1

C

213

8.12(1)

A

214

8.12(2)

A

215

8.13(1)

B

216

8.13(2)

D

217

8.13(3)(a)

A

218

8.13(3)(b)

A

219

8.14

D

220

8.15

D

221

9.1.1

C

222

9.3

B

223

9.5(a)

C

224

9.5(b)

C

225

9.6(a)

C

226

9.6(b)

C

227

9.6(c)

A

228

10.1

D

229

10.2(a)

D

230

10.2(b)

C

231

10.3(1)

C

232

10.3(2)

C

233

10.4

C

234

10.5

C

235

10.6(a)

D

236

10.6(b)

D

237

10.10(1)

C

238

10.10(2)

A

239

10.11(1) and (2)(a)

A

240

10.11(1) and (2)(b)

A

241

10.11(3)

A

242

10.11(4)

A

243

10.11(5)

A

244

10.12(1)

D

245

10.12(1.1)

D

246

10.12(2)

A

247

10.13

D

248

10.14

D

249

10.15

D

250

10.17

D

251

10.18

D

252

10.19

C

253

10.20(1)

D

254

10.20(2)(a)

C

255

10.20(2)(b)

C

256

10.20(2)(c)

C

257

10.20(2)(d)

D

258

10.20(2)(e)

D

259

10.20(2)(f)

D

260

12.7(2)

D

261

13.2(2)

D

262

13.2(2)

D

263

13.4

B

264

13.7(1)(a)

D

265

13.7(1)(b)

D

266

13.7(1)(d)

D

267

13.7(2)(a)

D

268

13.7(2)(b)

D

269

13.8

D

270

13.9(a)

D

271

13.9(b)

D

272

14

D

DIVISION 7

Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

5(1)

A

2

5(2)

A

3

5(3)

A

4

5(4)

A

5

6(1)

A

6

6(2)

A

7

6(3)

A

8

7(1)

A

9

8

A

10

9

A

11

10(1)

A

12

10(2)

A

13

11(1)

A

14

11(2)

C

15

12(1)

A

16

12(2)

A

17

12(3)

A

18

12(4)

A

19

12(5)

A

20

12(6)

A

21

13

A

22

14

A

23

15(3)

A

24

16(1)

A

25

16(2)

A

26

17(1)

A

27

18(2)

A

28

19

A

29

20(1)

A

30

20(2)

A

31

20(3)

A

32

20(4)

A

33

21

A

34

22(1)(a)

A

35

22(1)(b)

A

36

22(2)

A

37

23(1)

A

38

23(2)

A

39

23(3)

C

40

25(1)

A

41

25(2)

A

42

26(a)

A

43

26(b)

A

44

27(1)

A

45

27(2)

A

46

28

A

47

29

A

48

30(1)

A

49

30(2)

A

PART 3

Directions issued under Part II of the Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

126(1)(i)

D

2

129(6)

D

3

145(1)

D

4

145(2)

D

5

145(2.1)

D

PART 4

Orders made under Part II of the Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

134

C

SCHEDULE 2

(Subsections 2(1), (3) and (4) and section 3)

Violations under Part III of the Act

PART 1

Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

169

C

2

169.1(1)

C

3

169.2(1)

C

4

170(1)

B

5

170(3)

A

6

171

C

7

172(1)(a)

C

8

172(1)(b)

C

9

172(3)

A

10

173

C

11

173.01(1)

B

12

173.01(2)

B

13

173.01(5)

C

14

173.1(1)

B

15

174

B

16

174(1)

B

17

174(4)

B

18

174(5)

B

19

174.1(4)

C

20

176(5)

A

21

177.1(3)

C

22

177.1(4)

A

23

177.1(5)

A

24

177.1(6)

A

25

177.1(7)

C

26

178(1)

C

27

178(5)

C

28

181.1(1)

C

29

181.2

C

30

184

B

31

184.1

C

32

185(a)

B

33

185(b)

B

34

187

B

35

188(a)

B

36

188(b)

B

37

192

B

38

193(1)

B

39

193(2)

B

40

195(3)

A

41

196(1)

B

42

196(2)

B

43

197(2)

B

44

199

B

45

205(1)

C

46

205(2)

C

47

205(4)

B

48

205(5)

C

49

205(6)

C

50

205.1

C

51

206

C

52

206.1

C

53

206.3(2)

C

54

206.4(2)

C

55

206.4(2.1)

C

56

206.5(2)

C

57

206.5(3)

C

58

206.9

C

59

208(1)

C

60

209

B

61

209.1(1)

C

62

209.1(3)

B

63

209.1(4)

A

64

209.2(1)

B

65

209.3(1)

C

66

210(1)

C

67

210(2)

B

68

212(1)

C

69

212(2)

C

70

213(1)

B

71

213(2)

B

72

214(1)

B

73

220

B

74

226

C

75

230(1)

B

76

230(2)

B

77

231(a)

B

78

231(b)

B

79

235(1)

B

80

238

C

81

239(1)

C

82

239(5)

A

83

239(8)

B

84

239(10)

B

85

239.1(1)

C

86

239.1(2)

B

87

239.1(3)

C

88

239.1(5)

B

89

239.1(7)

B

90

239.2(1)

B

91

241(1)

B

92

247(a)

B

93

247(b)

B

94

247.3

C

95

247.4

C

96

247.5(1)

C

97

247.91(2)

B

98

247.93(1)

C

99

247.95(1)

B

100

247.95(2)

A

101

247.96(1)

C

102

247.96(2)

C

103

247.98(2)

C

104

247.98(3)

C

105

247.98(4)

C

106

247.98(6)

C

107

252(1)

A

108

252(2)

A

109

254(1)

A

110

254.1(1)

B

111

260(1)

C

PART 2

Regulations made under Part III of the Canada Labour Code

DIVISION 1

Canada Labour Standards Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

4

A

2

5

A

3

6(3)(a)

A

4

6(3)(b)

A

5

6(4)

A

6

6(10)

B

7

6(11)

B

8

6(12)

A

9

10(1)(a)

D

10

10(1)(b)

D

11

10(2)

D

12

11.1

B

13

12

A

14

13

B

15

14(2)

B

16

15(1)

A

17

15(2)

A

18

16

A

19

18

B

20

24

A

21

25(1)

A

22

25(2)

A

DIVISION 2

East Coast and Great Lakes Shipping Employees Hours of Work Regulations, 1985

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

7(3)

A

2

12(2)

A

DIVISION 3

West Coast Shipping Employees Hours of Work Regulations

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

4

C

2

5

C

PART 3

Orders made under Part III of the Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

247.99(8)

D

2

251.1(1)

D

3

251.13(1)

D

PART 4

Conditions of a Permit Issued under Part III of the Canada Labour Code

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Violation Type

1

176

C

SCHEDULE 3

(Section 5)

Penalty Amounts

Item

Column 1



Violator

Column 2



Violation Type

Column 3

Baseline
Penalty
Amount ($)

1

Individual

A

200

B

500

C

1,000

D

2,000

E

4,000

2

Small business

A

500

B

1,500

C

3,000

D

7,000

E

15,000

3

Large business or department

A

2,000

B

6,000

C

12,000

D

25,000

E

50,000