Safe Rider Program

For those who saw our ad in the trains (Canada Line and Skytrain), thank you for taking the time tor complete our survey

Safety Order Compliance Notification Form

This form is being issued in compliance with Safety Order # SO-L1 101214 1 regarding the hydraulic elevators with single bottom cylinders. This form must be submitted by October 8, 2015 as follow up to the Safety Order Compliance Plan that was submitted to the Provincial Elevator Safety Manager.

The information on this form is collected to administer the provisions of the BC Safety Standards Act. If you have questions about the collection, use, or disclosure of this information, contact the Records, Information and Privacy Analyst for BC Safety Authority at 1-866-566-7233.

Safety Order Compliance Plan

This form is being issued in compliance with Safety Order # SO-L1 101214 1 regarding the hydraulic elevators with single bottom cylinders. This form should have been completed by February 1, 2014.

The information on this form is collected to administer the provisions of the BC Safety Standards Act. If you have questions about the collection, use, or disclosure of this information, contact the Records, Information and Privacy Analyst for BC Safety Authority at 1-866-566-7233.

Future updates on the Alternative Safety Approaches program

In order to ensure that we are reaching the right people with regard to this subject matter, please let us know if you would like to receive further communication on Alternative Safety Approaches by submitting this webform.

Alternative Safety Approaches Workshop Invitation for Bioenergy Sector

Two bioenergy sector-specific workshops have been scheduled. The objective of these workshops is to obtain input from bioenergy sector representatives on regulation and policy development issues.

Questions? Please contact Jim Allaway by email at:  Jim.Allaway@safetyauthority.ca or by phone at: 778-396-2129.

Steve Lornie

North Vancouver, BC
March 31, 2010
March 31, 2016
Minister

Member, Finance & Audit Committee
Member, Strategic Advisory Committee

Steve Lornie has spent most of his 40-year career in the construction industry as a company owner, building a substantial number of industrial, institutional, residential and commercial projects around the province. He and his wife also own and operate Okanagan Crush Pad Winery in Summerland, BC. Steve is the past chair of the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association and is on the boards of a number of private corporations.

Photo: 

Hoss Budde

Burnaby, BC
March 31, 2010
March 31, 2016
Minister

Member, Finance & Audit Committee
Member, Governance & Human Resources Committee

Hoss Budde is the owner and President of Burnaby Manufacturing, a company engaged in the manufacturing of natural gas and propane products.

Hoss’ past experience includes being a trustee of an industry medical plan for five years, member of the Gas Advisory Committee for 10 years, member of the Gas Technology Committee for five years, owner and President of a specialty wholesaler for the plumbing, heating and gas industries, Editor of the Gas Journal for seven years and owner and President of a mechanical contracting company for 29 years. Hoss is also a holder of active Sheet Metal TQ, Class “B” and Class “A” Gasfitters licences.

Photo: