Electrical Tech Talk - Low Voltage Services - Part 1

BC Safety Authority notifies 14 building owners of potential fines and elevator shut-downs

New Westminster, BC, January 28, 2016—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) has notified 14 building owners in British Columbia that they will face a $15,000 fine and have their potentially unsafe elevators shut down if they do not comply with provincial safety requirements that have been in place since 2010.

Electrical Tech Talk - Low Voltage Services (Part 1)

Gas Wake Up & Learn - Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing and Plastic Venting

Gas Wake Up & Learn - Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing and Plastic Venting

Electrical Tech Talk - Low Voltage Services (Part 1)

BC Common Ground Alliance 2016 Contractor Breakfasts - Safety with Underground Networks

BCSA wants to let contractors know about two upcoming FREE breakfast seminars hosted by BC Common Ground Alliance.

The breakfasts are being held to talk about safety when working with high voltage lines, oil and gas pipelines, water, sewer and fiber optics lines.

Details

  • Vancouver: Italian Cultural Centre, Tuesday, 16 February 2016 at 6:30am.
    » Register here
  • Kamloops: Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre, Thursday, 18 February 2016 at 6:30am.
    » Register here

As part of the Kiewit Corporate Safety team, featured guest speaker Steve Howehimself the victim of a devastating, near-fatal work place injurywill spread his message of survival, emphasizing the importance of working safely.

A hot breakfast will be provided along with great prizes.

If you are involved with ground disturbance in any way, you and your whole crew should be at this free breakfast event!

Additional free workshop

Immediately following the breakfast, Radiodetection Underground Utilities Locate Systems & EECOL Electric will also be providing a free workshop “The Fundamentals of Underground Utility Locating.”  

Register Now for Vancouver or Kamloops (Note: a separate registration is required for the workshop)

Salmon Arm - 2015 Electrical Code Change Training

Powell River - 2015 Electrical Code Change Training

BC Safety Authority releases 2016-2018 Business Plan

New Westminster, BC, January 14, 2016—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) has released its 2016-2018 Business Plan, outlining its goals for the next three years and defining how it will measure success. The theme “Growing Participation” represents BCSA’s business focus in year four of its 10-Year Strategy