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State of Safety Report 2015

URL: 
http://www.safetyauthority.ca/publications/state-of-safety-2015
Blurb: 

BCSA is pleased to announce the publication of the 2015 State of Safety Report.

BCSA Alumni Association Structure

Description

The BC Safety Authority Alumni Association is composed of former BCSA employees and board members who share a common interest in safety and the BCSA.

Purpose

The Alumni Association is focused on strengthening the ties between alumni and BCSA.  In the future this may expand to include the regulated community.
The Alumni Association will provide opportunities for members to communicate, socialize and to support the activities and goals of BCSA.

 

Propane tank owners reminded to obtain an operating permit

New Westminster, BC, April 27, 2016—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) is reminding propane tank owners in British Columbia of their responsibility to obtain an operating permit as required by the Safety Standards Act.

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BC Safety Authority promotes Railway Safety Week

New Westminster, BC, April 25, 2016—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) joins the BC Provincial Committee on Rail Safety Public Outreach to promote Railway Safety Week from April 25 to May 1, 2016.

“Safety is our top priority in the operation of British Columbia’s railway systems,” says Eric Samuelson, BCSA Compliance & Enforcement and Railway Safety Manager.  “We endeavour to provide the public with a high level of confidence that our province’s rail operations are safe as we transport people, goods and materials.”

BC Safety Authority promotes safe digging

New Westminster, BC, April 20, 2016—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) is reminding homeowners and contractors to plan ahead and call or click before  digging.  April is “Safe Digging Month” and coincides with spring digging season.

MCE Safety Order Compliance Declaration

This safety order is issued pursuant to section 31 of the Safety Standards Act. A person affected by this safety order may appeal this order in writing to the Safety Standards Appeal Board within 30 days. The appeal process is set out on the Safety Standards Appeal Board's website at http://www.housing.gov.bc.ca/ssab/. Failure to comply with a safety order is an offence under section 72 of the Safety Standards Act.

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