Information on 2014-2015 Annual Licence to Operate for Boilers & Pressure Vessels
Information on your invoice reflects our records as of May 15, 2014. If you submitted changes or added additional equipment shortly before, or anytime after, this date it will not show on your invoice.
Licenses to Operate are valid from July 1st to June 30th of the following year. To ensure that your Licence to Operate remains valid please submit your payment to us by June 30, 2014. Please remember that it is illegal to operate equipment without a valid Licence to Operate.
Below you can find answers to some frequently asked questions. If you cannot find an answer here, or need additional information please contact us.
How can I pay the balance due on my Invoice?
We accept online payments by VISA or MasterCard
Please note that cash payments can only be made in person at our Regina Office.
When you submit your payment please include the bottom portion (or copy) of the first page of your invoice. You can also include the equipment list if you have indicated any changes to your equipment.
You can submit your cheques or money orders by mail or courier.
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Toll-free (SK):1.866.530.8599 or Ph: 306.798.7112
I cannot make payment by June 30th (for whatever reason). What do I do?
Be reminded that the current licence for your equipment expires on June 30th. As of July 1st you will be operating without a valid license. Send payment as soon as possible.
Why am I being charged for last year fees, even after the year has ended? Can I not just pay this year to obtain a valid license?
Your payment will be applied to the overdue fees before the current fees. If you do not pay the entire balance, we will be unable to issue a current license to operate for some of your equipment. It is illegal to operate equipment without a valid Licence to Operate.
Do I have to add GST to my payment?
No. GST does not apply to licence based fees.
This equipment is no longer in service, why am I being charged for it?
The Technical Safety Authority requires that any changes to the status of equipment be made in writing on this form:
If your equipment is no longer in service, simply complete the form and submit to our office. It will then be removed from your equipment list.
I sold this company/equipment – why am I being invoiced for it?
Technical Safety Authority requires that any owner changes be made in writing on this form:
Please submit the form to our office and disregard the fee for that equipment.
There are some discrepancies between the equipment list you provided me with and my own records. How should I proceed with payment?
If there are changes that need to be made, please identify them on the equipment list and submit a copy of the list with payment to our office.
I don’t see all my equipment in the equipment list. Why not?
If something is missing from your equipment list, please contact our Licensing & Inspections department.
**Note that invoices reflect what we have on our records as of May 15, 2014. If you submitted new equipment shortly before or anytime after this date, it will not show on your invoice. You will receive another invoice the week of July 7th with any equipment updates sent to TSASK after May 15, 2014.**