Design Registration ensures that pressure equipment designs are in compliance with The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act, Regulations, and relevant codes and standards.
Owners, users, agents, manufacturers, and contractors of pressure equipment used in the province of Saskatchewan are responsible for registering their equipment designs with TSASK. Before any pressure equipment is registered, its design is subject to an engineering review.
Design Registration involves:
- Assessment of new and revised designs of boilers, pressure vessels, pressure piping, fittings and other pressure equipment for compliance with the Act and registration of those found acceptable
- Assessment of alterations to boilers, pressure vessels and piping and registration of those found acceptable
- Alternative to CRN (Data report) Registration option
The owner of the design has responsibility for its correctness, the registration of a design does not relieve any person who constructs, installs, alters, or repairs pressure equipment of liability with respect to that design.
TSASK is committed to protecting our staff and stakeholders and will continue to reduce risk while following provincial and federal guidelines.