Our latest Railway safety newsletter lists BC Safety Authority’s Top 10 for a SAFE railway operation.
New Westminster, BC, October 22, 2015— BC Safety Authority (BCSA) is advising British Columbians to keep their families safe from the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) by having gas and fuel burning appliances serviced before colder temperatures arrive.
In the first nine months of 2015, there have been four CO incidents, causing seven injuries, as reported to BCSA.
In 2014, there were 12 CO incidents reported to BCSA. These 12 incidents caused 30 injuries. One incident was reported to have affected 15 people.
New Westminster, BC, October 9, 2015—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) today announced the addition of Derek Patterson to its executive team as Vice President, Legal & Policy and Corporate Secretary.
Patterson is highly experienced in the practice of regulatory law and change management, having served as chief legal, risk and compliance advisor and corporate secretary to senior leadership teams and Boards of both public companies and Crown corporations.
14 October 2015 - 05:30 pm - 08:30 pm
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BC Safety Authority opens nominations for the Lieutenant Governor Safety Awards 2015
New Westminster, BC, July 28, 2015—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) has opened the call for nominations for the Lieutenant Governor Safety Awards 2015, now in its ninth year.
This premiere issue features articles about waterslides, ziplines, inflatable bouncers, amusement rides and more.
New Westminster, BC, April 1, 2015—BC Safety Authority (BCSA) is highlighting April as “Safe Digging Month” and reminds British Columbians to be safe and call before they dig. Safe Digging Month coincides with the start of spring digging season and serves as a reminder to homeowners and contractors to call before they start digging.
It's that time of year when many areas of the province are preparing for higher than usual water levels and potential flooding. There are serious gas and electrical safety implications to consider if you are living or working in an area experiencing flooding. BC Safety Authority (BCSA) reminds homeowners and businesses to take precautions with gas and electrical appliances when flooding is expected.
Get up-to-date with technical news in the Winter 2015 issue of our Electrical Safety Newsletter.
We hope you enjoy this premiere issue of our Passenger Ropeways Newsletter.