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    Safety officer visiting your house? 3 ways to tell it’s really us

    How to know whether someone requesting entrance to your home really represents Technical Safety BC or not.
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    10 escalator facts you probably didn’t know

    Surprising facts about elevators that you've never heard before.
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    9 must-know escalator safety tips to keep your kids safe

    During Elevator and Escalator Safety Awareness Week (November 9 – 15), we remind parents and caregivers of the importance of teaching kids some basic escalator safety tips and modeling safe behaviour yourself. 
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    Ask an electrical safety officer: Are radiant ceiling heating panels allowed in Canada?

    In 1993 and 1994, the province of British Columbia issued disconnect orders for specific types of radiant ceiling heating panels.
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    Ask an elevating device safety officer: Can closed escalators be used as a stairway?

    There are reasons why escalators can't be used as stairs. Find out more here.
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    Ask a gas safety officer: Why does gas piping need to be bonded?

    ​​​​​​​Electrical bonding is the practice of intentionally electrically connecting all exposed metallic items not designed to carry electricity in a room or building as protection from electric shock.
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    Ask a gas safety officer: Can an apprentice receive supervision over the phone?

    The Safety Standards General Regulation outlines who can perform regulated work and specifies how apprentices are supervised.
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    Reporting passenger ropeways incidents and hazards

    All incidents and hazards involving Passenger Ropeways are to be reported to Technical Safety BC immediately or as soon as practicable.
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    Ask a PR safety officer: What to do when installing a mountain coaster?

    Thinking about installing a mountain coaster at your ski area? Learn what you need to do to install a mountain coaster here.
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