Pressure Equipment Inspectors
Licensed Pressure Equipment Inspectors (LPEI) are required for companies performing inspections under a Quality Management System of Inspections (QMS).
In accordance with the Boiler & Pressure Vessels Regulations, an owner, insurer or inspection company must ensure that any inspection required by a QMS is conducted by a Licensed Pressure Equipment Inspector whose licence authorizes the holder to conduct that inspection.
New equipment installations require an acceptance inspection to be performed by a TSASK inspector but may occur following the installation inspection and equipment being placed into operation. For further details of the scope of Licensed Pressure Equipment Inspectors, refer to section 101 of The Boiler & Pressure Vessels Regulations, 2017.
It is possible to hold a licence authorizing the scope of work for an LPEI while not holding a Certificate of Qualification issued by TSASK. In order to be the Designated Pressure Equipment Inspector (Company Chief Inspector) for a QMS program, an LPEI must apply for a Certificate of Qualification.
Administration Exam Now Available
In order to be eligible for a LPEI Class 1 or 2 certificate or licence, you must first write and pass the Administration Exam. This exam is available to be written at any of our Power Engineer exam sittings that are available on our online calendar (highlighted in GREEN or YELLOW).
To determine if you are eligible to write the administration exam, please refer to section 90 of The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 2017.
Apply for the Administration Exam.
*Please make sure that you have met all of the requirements before applying for a LPEI administration exam as all applications are non-refundable*
In order to be eligible for a LPEI Class 1 or 2 licence, you must write and pass the administration exam and meet the requirements of section 99 of The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 2017.
Upon successful completion of the administration exam, an email will be sent to you regarding the application and payment for a 5 year licence.
In order to be eligible for a LPEI Class 3 licence, you must meet the requirements of section 99(1) of The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 2017, but need not pass an examination.
Apply for a LPEI Class 3 Licence.
LPEI Class 1 or 2 Licence Renewal
Before being able to renew your licence, you are required to complete a recertification exam.
The recertification exam is an online exam that includes questions that pertain to work experience, codes & regulations. When you apply for the recertification exam, a link to the exam will be emailed to you the following business day. You will then have 72 hours to complete the exam.
Before you submit your application, please make sure that you will have sufficient time to complete the exam in the time frame allotted as a refund will not be issued nor will the exam be rescheduled. If you do not complete the exam, it will be considered a failed exam and your current licence will be marked as "expired".
Apply for the Recertification Exam.
In order to be eligible for a LPEI Class 1 or 2 certificate, you must write and pass the administration exam and meet the requirements of section 90(4) and (5) of The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Regulations, 2017.
Apply for a LPEI Class 1 or 2 Certificate.
*Please make sure that you have met all of the requirements before applying for a LPEI certificate as all applications are non-refundable*