Alerts and Notifications
Technical Safety Alerts and Notifications is the source for all of our latest technical safety regulatory news and updates. Read about our latest stakeholder consultations, regulatory program updates, and technical safety news.
Technical Safety BC has issued two new safety orders regarding ammonia in refrigeration plants.
BC’s regulatory framework for railways has changed to adopt the same Grade Crossing Regulations and Standards that are in place federally. This means that road authorities and railways responsible for level grade crossings may need to perform upgrades to enhance public safety. Learn more.
Those applying to renew their Elevating Devices Mechanic certificate in early 2021 have encountered barriers to completing their continuing education requirements.
These barriers include:
Elevating clients can now use My Account to request an inspection by clicking on the permit for which you’d like to book an inspection. This feature allows clients to easily attach documents and send the request directly to the safety officer in their area.
The design registration portal is now available for all clients, including those in the passenger ropeways and amusement devices industries. Using the portal, clients can enjoy a faster turnaround time for their submissions, easily find the form they need, and track the status of their submissions. Clients can also communicate directly with the responsible engineer.
Questions? Email us.
Electrical FSR renewals begin January 1 2021, so now is a good time to get started on the continuing education requirement you must complete before you renew.
If you hold a class A, B, or C certificate, you are required to complete 8 hours of continuing education with Technical Safety BC or a recognized training provider.
Blended learning is a combination of online learning, that can be completed in your own time, and live webinars delivered by our safety officers over two sessions on December 8 (part 1) and December 9 (part 2), 9-11am.
Field safety representatives (FSR) classes A, B or C are required to complete eight hours of continuing education. To satisfy this requirement, we’re offering this blended learning course.