Electrical Tech Talk - "The Operating Permit & the FSR"

20 October 2015 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Poirier Complex - Room 2 (Upstairs)
633 Poirier Street
Coquitlam

BC
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Telephone: 7783962171
Email: learning@safetyauthority.ca

Maximum capacity: 60
# of guests allowed per registration: 3

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Electrical Tech Talk - "The Operating Permit & the FSR"

15 October 2015 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Whistler Village Inn & Suites
4429 Sundial Place
Whistler
BC

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Maximum capacity: 40
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Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing - Online Forum

16 September 2015 - 10:00am - 11:00am

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Telephone: 7783962171
Email: learning@safetyauthority.ca

Maximum capacity: 99
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Tips for a safe and amusing summer on park rides, ziplines and more

New Westminster, BC, July 16, 2015—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) is reminding amusement riders to think about safety, even while having fun, and follow safety instructions for an incident-free experience this summer.

“Whether you’re riding a zipline or waterslide, taking a spin on a traditional carousel, or even enjoying a scream-inducing drop on a roller coaster, the best way to stay safe is to pay attention to safety signage and always use the rides properly,” according to Jason Gill, BCSA’s amusement devices safety manager.

15-38 Client Support Analyst

Location: 
New Westminster
Salary: 
$25.90/hour - $29.99/hour
Application deadline: 
15 July 2015, 3:45pm

The Client Support Analyst is accountable to the Team Leader, Technical Services for the delivery of tier one Help Desk support to all Authority staff, monitoring computer systems to ensure they are operational, data is backed up and the administration and reconciliation of IT related acquisitions.

For more information, including principal accountabilities, job requirements and application procedure, please see attached file.

 

BCSA issues statement following jury recommendations from Babine Forest Products Coroner’s Inquest

New Westminster, BC, July 31, 2015—Abraham van Poortvliet, Acting Vice-President of Technical Programs for BC Safety Authority (BCSA) today issued the following statement regarding the jury recommendations resulting from the BC Coroner’s Service Inquest into the explosion and fire at the Babine Forest Products sawmill on January 20, 2012:

Electrical Tech Talk - Generators

5 August 2015 - 8:00am - 10:00am

Ramada Inn
1311 12th St North
Golden
V0A 1H0
BC
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Telephone: 7783962171
Email: learning@safetyauthority.ca

Maximum capacity: 40
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BC Safety Authority releases incident investigation report on Crystal Mountain Resort

New Westminster, BC, June 26, 2015—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) today released their incident investigation report related to an incident that occurred at Crystal Mountain Resort (near Kelowna) on March 1, 2014.  The incident involved the full deropement of a fixed-grip double chairlift where three chairs struck the snow, two of them carrying passengers.  Four people were taken to hospital. 

BCSA’s report includes conclusions and seven recommendations to prevent further occurrences.

Stay safe at the campground or cottage!

For many British Columbians, Canada Day provides an opportunity for a vacation and a good reason to clean out tents and RVs or open up cottages and cabins.

Before you set up and settle into your favorite summer holiday spot, please take some time to make sure your natural gas or propane appliances are in safe working order.  Portable fuel burning appliances should only be used outside where they are properly ventilated.  Also, read and understand the manufacturer’s certified instructions regarding the safe operation and maintenance of your appliances.