L-0.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the application of the Act respecting medical laboratories and organ and tissue conservation

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(s. 208)
The primary blue used for the star of life emblem must have the following chromatic characteristics and a tolerance equal to or less than 4 McAdams units.
X 5.29
Y 9.00
Z 34.65
LX 0.10809
LY 0.18389
Colours: rod of Aesculapius, white, on a field of primary blue: BNQ 9901-950.
Dimensions: 3 interlaced and equiangular branches whose length is equal to 4 times the width. The rod of Aesculapius, whose length is equal to 3 times the width of one branch, is disposed in the centre of the vertical branch of the siglum.
Criteria of the blue BNQ-9901-950
The blue must meet the standards of the MUNSELL system. The visual qualities such as, tint, value and chromatism are as described in the D1535 method of the American Society for Testing and Materials. This colour is identified in notation MUNSELL as follows:
2.5 PB 3.5/10 with tolerance in tint, value and chromatism of:
Tint 4.5 PB; tin –, 10.OB; value 4.0;
Value –, 3.0; chromatism, illimited; and chromatism –, 8.
The reflectivity of this emblem must comply with the American Federal specifications L-S-300, Type I, Class 3, rate of reflectivity I.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. P-35, r. 1, Sch. 6.