While Technical Safety BC offices are temporarily closed, our phone lines are open at 1 866 566 7233. Our contact centre continues to provide services by email at email@example.com. Safety critical assessments and incident investigations are continuing, as per our mandate. More information here.
Technical Safety BC’s investigation team is currently looking into this incident.
Technical Safety BC investigates two fatal incidents highlighting the deadly dangers associated with carbon monoxide
Technical Safety BC offers carbon monoxide safety tips to keep families safe on their camping trips.
The report provides a snapshot of results and efforts to assure safety in technical systems across British Columbia.
Technical Safety BC is pleased to welcome Angela Wesley, Ken Tourand, and Neil Cumming to its Board of Directors for a three-year term.
Technical Safety BC has published its incident investigation report into an ammonia release at the Alberni Valley Multiplex.
Technical Safety BC has published its incident investigation report detailing the root causes of an explosion in a Richmond apartment building.
Public safety is our top priority. Read our full media statement surrounding the recent closure of the Alberni Valley Multiplex in Port Alberni.
Two years after the fatal ammonia release in Fernie, B.C. that claimed the lives of three men, Technical Safety BC continues to emphasize the need for continued safety enhancements across industry to reduce the potential of ammonia release incidents from refrigeration systems.
Technical Safety BC has released its technical investigation report into the August 10, 2019 collapse of the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish.