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    Starting up your refrigeration system, what you need to know

    As many ice rinks across B.C. prepare to resume operations, we released the following seasonal startup list to help ensure your refrigeration system will operate safely throughout the season.
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    Food trucks, permits, and gas installation: all you need to know

    Did you know that gas appliance installations in BC’s food trucks and trailers must be done under a gas installation permit?
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    Boating and carbon monoxide safety

    Boating can be a fun summer activity as long as carbon monoxide (CO) safety is front of mind. Learn more how you can prevent CO while boating.
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    Hitting the water park this summer? Waterslide safety questions answered

    Summer means more people on the waterslide. How do I know the slide is safe? Where do I report unsafe waterslides? Read our top waterslide questions.
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    Four safety tips for cabin renovations

    Before getting together for cabin renovations, or asking friends to do electrical work over beers, check out these renovation tips for cabin safety.
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    What is the difference between a gas “product approval” and a “commissioning approval”?

    Learn the difference between these two types of appliance product approvals for regulated gas appliances.
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    Choosing a contractor for home renovations? Your contractor questions answered.

    ​​​​​​​Finding the right contractor on top of planning a kitchen remodel or a basement upgrade can be exciting, but it can also be a lot of work. Here, we answer questions about finding the right contractor for your home renovation.
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    Why do we keep putting ourselves at risk of electric shock?

    An electrical contractor was replacing a damaged light fixture in an underground parkade. The circuit was still energized so the contractor paused and shouted to let his supervisor know. The response? Keep going anyway.
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    6 common causes of electrical shock in the home

    Electrical shock at home can be caused by overloaded electrical outlets, exposed wires, damaged cords and much more. Take these precautions to stay safe.
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