Drawings, specifications, calculations and instructions necessary to construct, install and maintain equipment in compliance with the Safety Standards Act.
A signed statement made by a duty holder stating that work subject to the Safety Standards Act is complete and complies to a specified code, standard or other requirement and is safe for use.
Method applied by duty holders to prevent intrinsic hazards from resulting with unintended consequences. Examples include:
- Use of qualified professionals or persons to perform the work
- Ensuring the products, equipment and work conform to safety codes and standards
- Ensuring workers are aware of the hazards related to regulated equipment and work
- Fostering a positive safety culture within the working environment
- Including regulated product, equipment and work into safety management plans
A document issued to a person or company by a BCSA safety officer or safety manager that specifies actions to be taken, stopped or modified.
The primary target audience for a product or service.
A certificate issued by BC Safety Authority to an individual who provides evidence of his/her knowledge and ability to do regulated work in a manner that meets the requirements under the Safety Standards Act and allows an individual to perform regulated work in British Columbia within the scope of the certificate.
A document issued by BC Safety Authority upon completion of a physical assessment or inspection. This document identifies as found conditions and any non-compliances with respect to the regulated work, product or equipment that must be corrected by the permit holder.
An independent, systematic review supported by objective evidence that is focused on a system or process.
Conditions observed by safety officers during physical assessments, investigations, or audits of regulated work, product or equipment, or safety systems.
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