Regulations

Amusement Devices Fee Increase Consultation

A consultation on BC Safety Authority’s fee schedule for Amusement Devices was held from October 1 to December 1, 2013. Based on the feedback received, the proposed fee schedule remained unchanged. The new fee schedule took effect on April 1, 2014.

The consultation report summarizing the feedback received can be found below.

Consultation report (without appendices)

Appendix A: Final amusement devices fee schedule 2014-2016 (effective April 1, 2014)
Appendix B: Verbatim feedback received

If you have any questions about this consultation, please contact
Frank Do, Leader - Stakeholder Engagement
stakeholder.engagement@safetyauthority.ca or 778-396-2049

Passenger Ropeways Fee Increase Consultation

A consultation on BC Safety Authority’s fee schedule for Passenger Ropeways was held from October 1 to December 1, 2013. Based on the feedback received, the fee increase of 3% for 2014, 2015 and 2016 went forward as proposed. The new fee schedule took effect April 1, 2014.

A summary of the feedback received and the results of the consultation can be found in the below report.

Consultation report (without appendices)

Appendix A: Final Passenger Ropeways Fee Schedule (effective April 1, 2014)
Appendix B: Verbatim Feedback Received

If you have any questions about this consultation, please contact:
Frank Do, Leader - Stakeholder Engagement
stakeholder.engagement@safetyauthority.ca or 778-396-2049

Hydraulic Elevators with Griffin Controller Submission Form

As per Safety Order - Hydraulic Elevators: Griffin Controller #: SO-ED 2013-01, Part 2: Requirements (s) of this safety order, please submit the following information to BC Safety Authority.

Railway Townhall 2011

Safety issues and polices that affect railway operations are discussed through regional meetings and other processes.

Townhall Minutes

Townhall Matrix (referred to in the Townhall Minutes)

Townhall Statistics (presented at the Townhall)

Respect Manual (presented at the Townhall)

Directives

The BC Safety Authority issues directives to clarify or provide new interpretation of a regulation or code. Compliance is mandatory.

Those who are interested in the alternative safety approaches should comply with the instructions in the directive.

Railway Safety Management System Guidelines

Excalibur Report Whistler Blackcomb 12July2010