OHS Code

Published Date: July 01, 2009
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Part 1 Definitions and General Application

Section 1 Definitions

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 “UIAA” means Union Internationale des Associations d’Alpinisme;

ULC” means Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada;

underground coal mine electrical superintendent” means a worker who holds a valid underground coal mine electrical superintendent’s certificate issued under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation;

underground coal mine foreman” means a worker who holds a valid underground coal mine foreman’s certificate issued under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation;

underground coal mine manager” means a worker who holds a valid underground mine manager’s certificate issued under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation;

underground mine” means a mine other than a surface mine;

underground mine blaster” means a worker who holds a valid underground mine blaster’s certificate issued under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation;

underground shaft” means an underground passage with an incline of 45 degrees or more from the horizontal, including a drilled or bored pile or caisson, that is used primarily for the transportation of workers or materials;

underground shaft hoist” means a hoist used in an underground shaft to gain entry to and exit from a tunnel or underground space and includes a device for conveying mine material;

utility employee” in Part 40 means a worker engaged in the work of an electric utility, industrial power producer or rural electrification association;