S-2.3 - Civil Protection Act

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12. Where the foreseeable consequences of a potential disaster extend beyond the site of the risk-generating activity or property, the person required to report the risk must, in conjunction with and within the time fixed by the authorities responsible for civil protection in the area exposed to the risk, establish and maintain a monitoring procedure and a procedure for warning the authorities. Before the procedure is established, the person must, as soon as practicable, agree with the authorities on a provisional warning procedure.
The Government or a local municipality may, by regulation or by by-law, require the person to establish and maintain other safety measures.
Measures implemented under this section must be compatible with the measures established by the civil protection authorities. For each measure, the name and contact information of the person and substitutes in charge of implementing the measure must be specified.
2001, c. 76, s. 12; 2019, c. 12019, c. 1, s. 15.
12. Where the foreseeable consequences of a potential disaster extend beyond the site of the risk-generating activity or property, the person required to report the risk must, in conjunction with and within the time fixed by the authorities responsible for civil protection in the area exposed to the risk, establish and maintain a monitoring procedure and a procedure for warning the authorities. Before the procedure is established, the person must, as soon as practicable, agree with the authorities on a provisional warning procedure.
The Government or a local municipality may, by regulation or by by-law, require the person to establish and maintain other safety measures.
Measures implemented under this section must be compatible with the measures established by the civil protection authorities. For each measure, the name and coordinates of the person and substitutes in charge of implementing the measure must be specified.
2001, c. 76, s. 12.