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Skip to content Ontario. Propane is an economical, easily obtainable, cost-effective fuel. It may be used to provide heat, light or generate electricity.
CAN/CSA-B | Standards Council of Canada – Conseil canadien des normes
However, propane is csa-b149.2-50 an extremely flammable fuel with physical characteristics which, if the fuel or its equipment is misused, can result in deadly consequences. As per Section 4. Cylinder use as per Section 6. Cylinder storage limitation as per Section 6.
The use of Carbon Monoxide Monitors set to alarm at 25ppm is based on the worker exposure limit in Reg. The installation of equipment that uses propane shall be in accordance with the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, B Such equipment shall be installed by trained certificate holders with csa-b19.2-05 clearances from combustibles, combustion and ventilation air and with products of combustion being vented to the outdoors.
The equipment shall be installed in accordance with its installation instructions and the Code. This means that where an installation requires that the fuel be piped to the appliance, or that the product of combustion fumes be vented to the outdoors, the installation shall be done by a qualified technician. Clarification of regulation and code requirements for compliance to installation requirements, installer certification, and quality of work performed.
Based on perceived need and accepted safety parameters.
As per Section 6. June Content last reviewed: Propane Use Propane is an economical, easily obtainable, cost-effective fuel.
No more than three 3 spare cylinders may be stored inside. Supplemental Heating Appliances bearing certification as Construction Heaters must not be installed inside any work or gathering area where members of the production staff or visitors may congregate. The user must ensure that the CO monitors are capable of providing a warning if the carbon monoxide level exceeds 25 ppm. If the CO levels exceed 25 ppm the user must take immediate action to protect workers and the public from further exposure.
Indirect fired, forced air heaters may be used, as long as the propane source is installed outside and properly piped in to the appliance.
The appliance must be vented to the outside and the operator must ensure that the product of combustion fumes is not re-circulated into the building or tent.
Installation Requirements The installation of equipment that uses propane shall be in accordance with the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, B Clarification of regulation and code requirements for compliance cs-ab149.2-05 installation requirements, installer certification, and quality of work performed Propane Used In Special Effects A cylinder of up to lb capacity may be used for special effect appliances on production sites not open to the public.
Guideline No. 10: Propane Use | Safety Guidelines for the Film and Television Industry in Ontario
Special effect appliances utilizing propane must be properly constructed using certified components, and must be under the control and close supervision of a Certified Technician when in use. Propane Storage Propane cylinders not in use must be stored outdoors in secure, well ventilated storage.
Csa-b1492-05, Boards and Commissions.