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Plumbing Permits & Inspections

The Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK) establishes and enforces plumbing safety within the province of Saskatchewan to ensure that plumbing installations are certified, approved and comply with safety standards established under the Plumbing Act and Regulations.

The cities of Regina, Saskatoon, and Lloydminster, along with the Global Transportation Hub, have jurisdictional authority for plumbing permitting and inspections within their borders, and do not fall under TSASK’s authority. The Saskatchewan Health Authority has oversight of private sewage works.

TSASK plumbing inspectors conduct sample inspections to enforce the National Plumbing Code of Canada and associated standards related to the design, construction, and component certification of plumbing systems. A plumbing system includes sanitary drainage and venting, water distribution, rainwater removal, and fixtures utilized by the end user.

National Plumbing Code Changes

The 2020 Edition of the National Plumbing Code of Canada (NPC), and the Saskatchewan Amendments to the NPC will come into effect on January 1, 2024. To review the changes please click here.  


TOP 10 PLUMBING DEFECTS

TSASK Gas & Plumbing Inspectors encounter a variety of defects when inspecting gas installations. Contractors need to be aware of the top ten common types of defects found.

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