The Safety Standards Act applies to everyone who installs, alters, maintains or operates electrical equipment. All licensed contractors are required to keep up to date with changes in the Act and Regulations.
|Exemptions to Public Utilities||D-EL 2017-01|
|BC Electrical Code Section 26 (Installation of Electrical Equipment)||D-EL 2016-01||Revision 2|
|Directive: Qualified Persons Working Under An Electrical Installation Permit Issued To A Homeowner||D-E3 040722||Revision 1|
|BC Electrical Code Section 6 - Services and Service Equipment||D-EL 2016-05|
|BCEC Section 76 – Temporary Wiring||D-EL 2016-03|
|Supervision Requirements Under Electrical Installation Permits||D-E3 060509 2||Revision 1|
|Determining Minimum Service or Feeder Conductor Size for Single Dwellings and Single Dwelling Units of Row Housing or Apartment and Similar Buildings||D-EL 2016-06|
|Incident and Hazard Reporting - Electrical||IB-EL 2017-03||Revision 01|
|Electrical Safety Regulation Application to Public Utilities||IB-EL 2017-04|
|Approved Certification Marks for Electrical Products||B-E3 071019 3||Revision 07|
|Minimum Requirements For The Installation Of Step Up – Step Down Single Phase Low Voltage Transformers||IB-EL 2017-02|
|Approval Of Manufactured Homes And Factory-Built Structures||IB-EL 2015-02||Revision 1|
|Minimum Requirements Retrofit Of Luminaires To Include The Use Of Light Emitting Diodes||IB-EL 2017-01|
|Transitional Requirements Under Bill 13 – Safety Standards Amendment Act, 2016 For Equipment Located in Pipelines and Oil & Gas Facilities||IB-A1-2016-02|
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 and Field Safety Representatives (FSRs) are required to keep up-to-date with changes in the Act and regulations. Contractors and FSRs must have access to a current edition of the C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code and BC amendments. Check that your employer has a copy or purchase at retail/wholesale outlets or through the the CSA Group store.
Changes to the regulations and code change seminars
Changes to the BC Electrical Code regulation occur approximately every three years. Courses, seminars and information sessions help you understand interpretations and application of these changes. Contact your association chapter, CSA or contact us for information on sessions in your area.
View directives and information bulletins related to the 2015 BC Electrical Code Change