Fee consultation 2018-2020

Status: Closed

Technical Safety BC is proposing a 2% general increase, as well as new compliance and enforcement fees, power engineer certificate renewal fees, and commercial gas installation fees for 2018-2020. This consultation was open from June 7, 2017 through August 8, 2017.

Review the consultation material

Discussion papers

Read the general fee increase discussion paper
Read the compliance & enforcement fees discussion paper
Read the power engineer certificate renewal and internationally trained worker evaluation fees discussion paper
Read the commercial gas installation fees discussion paper

Proposed fee schedules

View the proposed amusement devices 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed alternative safety approaches 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed boilers, pressure vessels & refrigeration 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed compliance & enforcement 2018- 2020 fee schedule
View the proposed exam invigilation 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed electrical 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed elevating devices 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed gas 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed homeowner 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed passenger ropeways 2018-2020 fee schedule
View the proposed railways 2018-2020 fee schedule

Learn about the feedback already received

Read the verbatim feedback received

Read the feedback from the online meetings held June 14, 19 and 22, 2017

Provide feedback

This consultation is now closed. Thank you to those who provided feedback.

Summary results of the consultation

Read the summary of the consultation

Decision

decision has been reached on the fees for certificate renewals for electrical field safety representatives, effective February 1, 2018.

decision has been reached on all other fees for 2018-2020.

View the final fee schedules for 2018-2020

Effective date

All fees are effective February 1, 2018, except for the internationally trained worker fees for power engineers, which are effective December 22, 2017.

Questions?

Contact us at engage@safetyauthority.ca

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