Boilers & Pressure Vessels
Supervision Requirements for Pressure Equipment
TSASK has created a summary of the supervision minimums for high and low pressure boilers and refrigeration plants. Please click here to be directed to the table.
For more information on the scope of Power Engineering licences, please click here to be directed to the Examination, Certification and Licensing webpage.
Mainenance, Repairs and Alterations of Oilfield Vessel Firetube Assemblies
In response to industry concerns on the application of TSASK requirements for the maintenance, repair and alteration of oilfield vessel firetube assemblies, TSASK has substantially revised information paper:
- IP-2009-02-06 Maintenance, Repairs and Alterations of Oilfield Vessel Firetube Assemblies.
Extensive consultation with industry stakeholders through the Saskatchewan Integrity Association and TSASK personnel resulted in the changes within the paper. Any questions or concerns shall be directed to the TSASK Inspector for your area or the Manager, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety & Inspections.
As of 2016 December 7th, the new requirements of this information paper are in effect. Please destroy any previous versions of this paper.
The paper is available by selecting this link.
Application for the Use of a Sister U-1A Manufacturer's Data Report for Propane Vessels Less Than 2500 USWG
TSASK has released the final information paper for the propane industry to apply to use sister data reports when orginal data reports cannot be found for propane vessels less than 2500 USWG. This is only for propane vessels less than 2500 USWG.
Information Paper IP-2016-12-02 U-1A Manufacturer’s Data Report Requirements for Propane Vessels <2500 USWG and the new application form TSK-1015 Application to Use Sister U-1A Manufacturer’s Data Report for Propane Vessel(s) <2500 USWG are now in effect. Please note that the new form may be downloaded or filled in online and saved.
Please direct any questions to your district TSASK Inspector or to the Manager, Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety.
Pressure Relief Path Stop Valve Control Program
The new Pressure Relief Path (PRP) Stop Valve Control (SVC) Program is now available for facility owners. This new PRP SVC program replaces the existing Pressure Relief Device Isolation Valve Control program in its entirety.
Please follow the link on the left hand side of the page (at the bottom) to learn more about this expanded program.
Attention: Annual Equipment Licences to Operate will expire on June 30, 2017.
2017/2018 Annual Renewal Invoices - It's that time of year again!
TSASK will be mailing out the 2017-2018 Annual Renewal Invoices for Boiler & Pressure Vessel Equipment. Equipment Owners can expect to receive an invoice for their Annual Licence(s) to Operate in the mail at the end of May.
Please keep the following information in mind when you receive your renewal invoice:
- The information on your invoice reflects our records as of May 10th.
- Current 2016/17 Licences to Operate expire June 30, 2017 and must be renewed
- If your invoice reflects inactive or sold equipment, please click here to update your information
- Please provide the entire equipment listing if you have inactive or sold pieces, to help us ensure partial invoice payments are applied to the proper equipment.
For more information: