HOW TO HAVE A SUCCESSFUL FIELD APPROVAL by Jozef Jachniak, P. Eng., Chief Field Inspector for ENEFEN. Learn what it means when you are told you need to comply with CSA B149. Discover the roles Safety Code Officers, Municipalities and others play in the process of reaching code compliance.
Jozef Jachniak, P.Eng., President
ALBERTA MECHANICAL OFFICIALS SOCIETY FALL CONFERENCE
Jozef Jachniak, P.Eng., and President of Enefen Energy Efficiency Engineering Ltd, will present information on ENEFEN B149 Field Inspections and Field Approvals (FA) at the Alberta Mechanical Officials Society (AMOS) Fall Conference, October 25, 2013 in Red Deer, AB. Carey Larose, former Chief Inspector for Alberta Municipal Affairs and ENEFEN Board Member will be co-presenter.
ENEFEN, as the first and only to become a Federally accredited Inspection Body (IB) by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), will be providing information on what a business should be looking for in an inspection body and final field approval. The presentation will include qualifications and processes required of an IB, which provides the best assurance for achieving compliance with B149.1-3 while maintaining safe work and community environments.
Below are documents and/or links to industry-related topics in Canada. Some of these come from industry sources and some are government sourced. If you are looking for information on specific regulations please visit our Government Regulations page or CSA B149 Code page. Information on topics such asField Approvals can be found on our page related to specific topics.
Oil and Gas PowerPoint presentation, Alberta Municipal Affairs, Mr. Sidney Manning, Chief Inspector/Administrator Plumbing & Gas March 7, 2012
to review the regulatory environment pertaining to the Oil & Gas industry in western Canada, in order to identify any impediments to the interprovincial procurement of goods and services that are required by this industry
to identify possible solutions based upon the development and/or application of voluntary industry standards
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) Industry Recommended Practice for Upstream Gas-Fired Equipment Requirements - October 2005
Summaryof observations and findings from recent discussions and work with government and industry participants regarding the introduction of gas safety code regulations to the Alberta and Saskatchewan Petroleum Industry.Petroleum Industry Brief, Jozef Jachniak, P.Eng., October 3, 2003.