ELEVATING DEVICES, AMUSEMENT RIDES AND PASSENGER ROPEWAYS
To ensure the safety of regulated Elevating Devices, Amusement Rides and Passenger Ropeways in Saskatchewan, all unsafe conditions, incidents, and accidents must be reported to TSASK’s Chief Inspector.
The Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK) inspects and regulates elevating devices in Saskatchewan ensuring they are in accordance with the Passenger and Freight Elevator Regulations set out by the Government of Saskatchewan.
Elevator Safety establishes and enforces the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan Act to minimize potential hazards associated with complex electrical & mechanical equipment such as passenger and freight elevators, escalators, power and belt man lifts, hand powered manlifts, lifts for persons with physical disabilities, personnel hoists and ski lifts.
The safety act standards include:
- Reviewing and registering equipment designs before installation
- Initial inspection after installation to ensure all elevating devices meet the The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) requirements - ASME A17.1 / CSA B44-13
- Performs incident investigations
- Licensing and inspecting operational equipment periodically to ensure safety standards are maintained
- Licensing contractors who install, maintain and test equipment
TSASK inspectors are certified by the National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities (NAESA International).
TSASK is committed to protecting our staff and stakeholders and will continue to reduce risk while following provincial and federal guidelines.
TSASK Inspections staff will be masked at all times when entering a residence or business and will adhere to any additional client protocols to ensure the safety of all parties on site.