Amusement Rides & Devices

Amusement Ride Acceptance/Routine Inspection

TSASK requires owners to schedule all acceptance and routine inspections. This ensures TSASK inspectors are available prior to the device operating.                     

Amusement ride contractors/owners shall make all reasonable efforts to schedule the inspection with a minimum of 7 business days advance notice, or TSASK cannot guarantee inspector availability. 

Request for Amusement Acceptance/Routine Inspection Form


The Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK) inspects and regulates Amusement Rides & Devices in Saskatchewan ensuring they are in accordance with the Amusement Ride Safety Regulations set out by the Government of Saskatchewan. Please click here to download the Amusement Ride Safety Regulations.

Amusement Ride Safety establishes and enforces technical safety standards through design registration, inspection and licensing of each amusement ride or device. 

TSASK reviews and registers new ride designs, issues licenses for each ride & device for the current operating season, and performs acceptance/routine inspections and incident investigations.

New amusement rides & devices are inspected upon being registered in the province, and at the start of every new season, or following an alteration. If a safety deficiency is discovered, TSASK's inspectors will evaluate the amount of risk and issue compliance orders to the owners/operators. If an incident occurs, TSASK will investigate and remove any unsafe ride or device from operation.

TSASK inspectors are certified by the National Association of Amusement Ride Safety Officials (NAARSO) and the Amusement Industry Manufacturers & Suppliers (AIMS International).