Boilers, Pressure Vessels and Refrigeration Regulations
- Safety Standards Act
- Safety Standards General Regulation
- Power Engineers, Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Refrigeration Safety Regulation
- Fee Setting Criteria Regulation
- Monetary Penalties Regulation
To understand the joint responsibility for regulation of pipeline systems of unfired pressure vessels between Technical Safety BC and the BC Oil and Gas Commission, refer to the Memorandum of Understanding and Schedule A of the Memorandum of Understanding.
|Information Bulletin: Class "PW" Contractor Licence||IB-BP 2019-01||Rescinded|
|Information Bulletin: Voluntary Disclosure Program (VDP)||IB-CE-2019-01|
|Information Bulletin: Compliance and enforcement fees criteria||IB-CE-2018-02|
|Information Bulletin: Compliance audits||IB-CE-2018-01||Rev 1|
|Information Bulletin: Incident and hazard reporting - boilers, pressure vessels, piping and fittings||IB-BP 2017-01||Rev 1|
|Information Bulletin: Ammonia leak in ice rink||IB-BP-2017-02|
|Information Bulletin: Regulatory amendments to various safety regulations||IB-A1-2017-01||Rescinded|
Safety orders are instruments that are issued to prevent or reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to property. Compliance is mandatory and enforceable by Technical Safety BC.
Directives are instruments that clarify or provide new interpretation of a regulation or code. Compliance is mandatory.
Information bulletins provide helpful information and clarification on existing regulations or code that affect your particular technology.
All licensed contractors need to have access to the codes required by their licence class. The following organizations can provide this information:
Welders working with power engineer, boiler, pressure vessel and refrigeration technologies must also know their employer’s quality control program.