Mobile Outdoor Food Service Units
TSASK Gas Inspectors ensure food trucks comply with provincial safety codes and standards. Food trucks must be inspected and have a permit to operate in Saskatchewan.
Only a Licensed Saskatchewan Gas Contractor can submit a permit for a food truck owner. A permit is required:
- For a newly constructed or new to Saskatchewan food truck, trailer, or cart; or
- When an appliance is added or replaced and/or the piping is altered.
Once the permit is submitted, the food truck owner can contact TSASK at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.866.530.8599 to arrange for the inspection
After the inspection has passed, TSASK will issue a sticker to be placed in a visible location where customer orders are received.
Re-certification when required by the municipality
If the food truck was previously inspected in Saskatchewan, you do not require a new permit. Your local municipality may require a re-certification; contact them for specific requirements.
- Re-certification is conducted under a Special Inspection. It will not require a gas permit from a Licensed Gas Contractor.
- To request a Special Inspection for Re-certification of a food truck, trailer or cart, contact email@example.com or call 1.866.530.8599.
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