Elevating Devices Regulations
The Safety Standards Act applies to everyone who installs, alters, maintains or operates elevating equipment. All licensed contractors are required to keep up to date with changes in the Act and Regulations.
- Safety Standards Act
- Safety Standards General Regulation
- Elevating Devices Safety Regulation
- Fee Setting Criteria Regulation
- Monetary Penalties Regulation
All licensed elevating contractors must have access to the Canadian Standards Organization (CSA) Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators B44, B355, Z185 or 311, as well as the electrical code book. Check that your employer has a copy or purchase at retail/wholesale outlets or through the CSA Standards Store.
|Elevating Directive: Use of jumpers||D-ED 2014-02||Revision 3|
|Elevating Devices Mechanics In Training (MIT) Certification Renewal Requirements||D-ED 2017-01|
|Elevating Directive: Completion of Non-compliance||D-L4 110303 3||Revision 1|
|Elevating Directive: Escalator Step - Skirt Performance Index Field Testing||D-ED 2014-01|
|Elevating Directive: Major and Minor Alterations||D-L4 110803 5||Revision 4|
|Elevating Directive: Periodic Tests Declarations||D-L4 110303 2|
|Elevating Directive: Installation of Glass or Mirrors on Lifts for People with Physical Disabilities||D-L4 110303 4|
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.