Quality Control Programs
Anyone who intends to construct, install, alter or repair a:
- pressure vessel;
- pressure piping system; or
- refrigeration plant
in Saskatchewan must hold a valid contractor's licence issued by TSASK.1 Before a contractor's licence will be issued, an applicant must register a written quality control program with TSASK.
Once your quality control program has been accepted for registration, TSASK will issue a Certificate of Registration and a contractor's licence. Your Certificate and licence are valid for three years after the date of issue. You will need to resubmit your manual for registration at the end of the three years to obtain a new, valid Certification of Registration and a contractor's licence. We suggest that you resubmit your manual approximately six months prior to the expiration of your Certificate.
How to Apply:
To apply for a Quality Control Program Review and Contractor’s Licence, please click here:
To apply for a Quality Control Program Revision click here:
Additionally, TSASK may issue a contractor licence to contractors who hold a valid gas contractor's licence issued pursuant to The Gas Licensing Act. Those contractor licences are limited to the installation of low pressure boilers and associated equipment with thermal inputs restricted to those limits of the authority conferred by the licence issued under The Gas Licensing Act. For more information, please see Section 26, Subsections 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7 of The Boiler & Pressure Vessel Regulations.