S-2.1, r. 5.1 - Regulation respecting sanitary conditions in industrial or other camps

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11. Water supply: The drinking-water intake must be situated at a distance of at least 150 ft from the camp and from any source of contamination; in the case of well-protected surface wells, the distance must be 100 ft or more from latrines, cesspools, night-soil deposits, stables or other source of contamination. In the case of a spring situated at a much higher level than any building or outhouse in the camp, or of a tube well, the distance is left to the discretion of the Minister. In any case, the drinking-water intake must be located upstream from the camp or any source of contamination. In addition, no contaminated river or lake water must ever be used for drinking purposes.
A water reservoir, of suitable dimensions and well looked after, equipped with a tap and covered, must be made available to the workers. A common drinking-cup is strictly forbidden.
Excepting that which concerns the use of the common drinking-cup, this section does not apply to industrial camps situated within the limits of a municipality and connected to an aqueduct and sewer system.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. Q-2, r. 3, s. 11.