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    Wildfires? Here's what you need to know about electrical and gas safety

    Impacted by wildfires? Review our tips around electrical and gas safety to stay safe.
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    On the road again: Keeping your RV safe

    Summer is almost here and with many British Columbians gearing up for road trips in their RVs we're reminding RV owners to have their propane equipment checked.
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    How to manage stress corrosion cracking in new ammonia vessels

    If you own, operate, or design pressure vessels, you’ll want to understand what stress corrosion cracking is, why it’s dangerous, and what you can do to prevent it.
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    Ski haul rope hit by truck

    A haul rope was hit by a dump truck driving on a mountain road—leading to a non-detained deropement and major damage to the overall ropeway.
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    Ask a safety officer: how to prevent electrical fires

    Burn Awareness Week this year is about electrical fires. Our electrical safety officer answers common questions about preventing electrical fires in the home.
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    Electrical operating permits: what are they and do I need one?

    Here are the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions about electrical operating permits.
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    Top 5 tips for keeping your kids safe on the chairlift this ski season

    Technical Safety BC's top 5 tips for keeping your kids safe on the chairlift this season.
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    How to identify the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning

    Carbon monoxide is sometimes referred to as the "silent killer" because it is so difficult to identify. Learn about the signs of CO poisoning and how to prevent it.
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    12 tips to ready your tracks for the winter

    Check out these tips to get your railway tracks ready for winter.
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