Saskatchewan Pressure Equipment Safety Legislation Seminar
On January 1st, the new Saskatchewan Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations will come into effect. Stakeholders should consider attending this course to hear first hand, the changes that will be taking effect. Under the guidance of recognized industry expert, Brian Krasiun, P.Eng and Principal Engineer of ASFALEIA Inspection & Management Services Ltd, attendees will not only be taken through the changes to the old Regulations, they will also be guided through the maze of legislation, codes and standards that regulate pressure equipment and piping in Saskatchewan. The course will provide attendees with a greater awareness, knowledge and understanding of the new Regulations and the many program areas regulated by the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK). Click here to view brochure. The cost has remained the same for 2018 at $735 per registrant.
2 day instructional seminar
2019 Upcoming Events:
Banff Seminar - February 25 & 26, 2019 - Location to be determined - to register, please click here.
Course times are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day
Registeration for the Banff Seminar will close: Wednesday February 13, 2019
About the Instructor for the PESL Seminar
Brian Krasiun, P.Eng, Principal Engineer, ASFALEIA Inspections & Management Services Ltd.
Having obtained degrees in both Engineering and Administration from the University of Regina, Brian has over 25 years of direct experience with pressure equipment safety programs, including 19 years within the Province of Saskatchewan where he held a number of technical, managerial, and executive capacities that were directly responsible for the development and provision of the Province’s safety and education programs related to integrity management requirements in the design, construction, installation and inspection of pressure equipment.
Recognized as an authority on pressure equipment safety and integrity management, Brian is currently the Principal Engineer for ASFALEIA Inspection & Management Services Ltd, a Saskatchewan-based company that not only provides a wide range of technical training in pressure equipment safety, but also assists provincial regulators and pressure equipment owners with the development and delivery of their inspection and integrity management programs.
Brian continues to contribute to the development of pressure equipment safety standards by actively participating as a member on several technical standards committees and associations, including CSA’s B51 (pressure equipment) and B52 (refrigeration), and a number of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code quality assurance standard and accreditation committees.
His extensive experience in the development and delivery of pressure equipment safety programs as an owner, a technical standards developer, and as a provincial Regulator allows Brian to provide participants with a unique insight into the programs and policies of TSASK and the foundations on which these programs and policies were developed.
What will you learn?
· The role of Government, TSASK and the Saskatchewan Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act and Regulations.
· The requirements of the following program areas:
- Design registration (CRN)
- Pressure welding
- Boiler and refrigeration plant operator certification and attendance
- New and in-service pressure equipment
- Quality Control programs (QC)
- Quality Management Systems (QMS)
- Repair and alterations of pressure equipment
- Accident investigation
· Boundaries of jurisdictional authorities
· Interpretation and appeal process
· Saskatchewan Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Board
· Equipment and system exemptions
· Due diligence of equipment owners
· Basic understanding of pressure equipment codes and standards including:
- CSA B51
- National Board Inspection Code
- ASME B31, Sections I, IV, VIII – Div 1, and IX
Who should attend?
- In-service Inspectors
- Designers, installers and manufacturers of pressure equipment
- Jurisdictional inspectors
- Project managers and engineers
- Third-party inspectors
- Quality Management Systems (QMS) personnel
- Equipment maintenance personnel
- Design and plant engineers
- Petrochemical and refinery
- Power generation
- Oil and gas
- Manufacturers and installers
Participants will receive the following materials while attending the Seminar:
- A workbook which includes copies of the Saskatchewan pressure equipment legislation and the seminar presentation
- A Certificate of Seminar Attendance (issued to the participants at the end of the session)
- Lunch and refreshments daily
At the end of the course, participants will have a greater awareness, knowledge and understanding of Saskatchewan legislation, programs governing pressure equipment safety, and the expectations of TSASK.
- Please notifty TSASK of any substitutions or cancellations at contactTSASK@tsask.ca.