Application for Risk Assessed General Supervision Plant Operation Form 1071

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British Columbia Safety Authority 505 6th Street, Suite 200 New Westminster, BC V3L 0E1 Fax: 778-396-2064 Toll Free: 1-866-566-SAFE (7233) www.safetyauthority.ca
APPLICATION FOR RISK ASSESSED / GENERAL SUPERVISION PLANT OPERATION
The information on this form is collected to administer the provisions of the Safety Standards Act and Power Engineers, Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Refrigeration Safety Regulation. The information will be used to process your application for risk assessed / general supervision plant operation status. If you have questions about the collection, use or disclosure of this information, contact the Records, Information & Privacy Analyst.
(Owner/Representative to Select One Below)
GENERAL SUPERVISION STATUS As Per Section 55 of the Power Engineer, Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Refrigeration Regulation of British Columbia.
RISK ASSESSED STATUS As Per Section 56 of the Power Engineer, Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Refrigeration Regulation of British Columbia.
NEW APPLICATION Plant Name:
RENEWAL Primary Unit BCID #’s: Plant Capacity: kW (Ref) m2 (Boiler(s))
Please call our toll free number to find out the current applicable fee.
PLANT TYPE:
(Choose one only)
HP Steam (>15 PSIG; < 30 m2) LP Steam (<15 PSIG; < 200 m2) Fluid Heating Plant (<500 m2) Refrigeration Plant (<1000 kW)
Low Pressure Thermal Fluid (<500 m2 Atmospheric) Low Temperature Low Pressure Fluid Plant
(<2000 m2 ; <100°C; & <206 kPa)
Unfired Plant (< 1000 m2 )
PLANT SITE:
Suite No: City: Chief Power Engineer and phone number : Plant Contact Person and phone number : Plant Owner/Business Name: Street No: Postal Code: Street Name: Contact Phone: ( ) Cert #:
OWNER’S CONTACT INFORMATION (IF DIFFERENT) Suite No: City: Street No: Street Name: Postal Code: Phone: ( )
I have read the Power Engineer, Boiler, Pressure Vessel & Refrigeration regulations regarding Continuous Supervision, General Supervision Status, and Risk Assessed Plant Status and I am aware of the parameters and limitations covered under these regulations and do hereby confirm that the Plant falls within these parameters.
Note: Application Fees may not be refunded if the Plant falls outside these parameters. Owner/Representative (signature) ______________________________________ Office Use Only: Office: Amount: Payment Method: File No. Trans Date: Safety Officer: Date:________________________________
FRM-1071-06 (2009/09/22)
British Columbia Safety Authority 505 6th Street, Suite 200 New Westminster, BC V3L 0E1 Fax: 778-396-2064 Toll Free: 1-866-566-SAFE (7233) www.safetyauthority.ca
Special plant registration and operation 54 (1) Two categories of special plant are established: (a) a general supervision status plant; (b) a risk assessed status plant. (2) Every owner seeking registration of a plant under subsection (1) must (a) apply to a provincial safety manager in the required form, (b) submit any required fee with the application, and (c) satisfy any of the technical requirements established by a provincial safety manager for that type of plant. (3) Before registration of a general supervision status plant or a risk assessed status plant, a provincial safety manager may direct administrative and technical specifications for that plant to be met. General supervision status plant registration and operation 55 (1) A provincial safety manager may register a plant as a general supervision status plant operation if the plant (a) is not located in an institution or public assembly occupancy premises, (b) is (i) a power plant that does not exceed 30 m2 of boiler capacity, (ii) a steam heating plant that does not exceed 200 m2 of boiler capacity, (iii) a fluid heating or low pressure thermal fluid plant that does not exceed 500 m2 of boiler capacity, (iv) a low temperature low pressure fluid plant that does not exceed 2 000 m2 of boiler capacity, (v) an unfired plant that does not exceed 1 000 m2 of boiler capacity, or (vi) a refrigeration plant that does not exceed a total plant capacity of 1 000 kW prime mover nameplate rating, (c) has every boiler in the plant equipped with a low water fuel cut-off device that (i) has a manual reset that is in addition to, and independent of, any other low water fuel cut-off device required under the Act or this regulation, and (ii) is tested weekly or as required by a provincial safety manager and for which the results are recorded by the person in charge of the plant, and (d) meets all the administrative and technical specifications issued by a provincial safety manager after a successful review. (2) A general supervision status plant operation requires the presence of a power engineer with the appropriate class of certificate of qualification as determined by a plant safety audit inspection and as required by a provincial safety manager. (3) A plant operating as a general supervision status plant must, as a minimum, have a power engineer with the appropriate class of certificate of qualification who must inspect the plant in accordance with conditions established by a provincial safety manager.
Risk assessed status plant registration and operation 56 (1) A provincial safety manager may register a plant as a risk assessed status plant if the plant (a) is a fluid heating plant or low pressure thermal fluid plant not exceeding 500 m2 of boiler capacity, (b) is a low temperature low pressure fluid plant that does not exceed 2 000 m2 of boiler capacity, (c) is an unfired plant not exceeding 1 000 m2 of boiler capacity, (d) is a refrigeration plant not exceeding a total plant capacity of 1 000 kW prime mover nameplate rating, or (e) meets all the administrative and technical specifications issued by a provincial safety manager after a successful review. (2) A plant operating under the risk assessed status plant category must, as a minimum, have a power engineer with the appropriate certificate of qualification who (a) is on the premises of the plant not less than 7 hours per day or such greater time as may be required by a provincial safety manager, and (b) inspects the plant in accordance with conditions established by a provincial safety manager as part of the registration under section 55.
FRM-1071-06 (2009/09/22)