BPV Certificate of Inspection Survey

Effective July 1, 2018 the Ontario Government amended the Boilers and Pressures Vessels Regulation (Regulation 220/01), to enhance public safety. The major changes to the regulation include the following:

  • To legally operate, owners of BPV devices require a Certificate of Inspection (COI) for each device owned.
  • TSSA will directly issue the COI as legal authorization to operate a BPV after the device has passed a periodic inspection and a Record of Inspection (ROI) has been submitted by the inspector.
  • Owners of BPV devices will pay a fee for the Inspection (COI) based on the published fee schedule (1,2 or 3 year term).
  • Insurers of BPV equipment are subject to a triennial regulatory and code compliance audit.

Effective July 1, 2018 the Ontario Government amended the Boilers and Pressures Vessels Regulation (Regulation 220/01), to enhance public safety. The major changes to the regulation include the following:

  • To legally operate, owners of BPV devices require a Certificate of Inspection (COI) for each device owned.
  • TSSA will directly issue the COI as legal authorization to operate a BPV after the device has passed a periodic inspection and a Record of Inspection (ROI) has been submitted by the inspector.
  • Owners of BPV devices will pay a fee for the Inspection (COI) based on the published fee schedule (1,2 or 3 year term).
  • Insurers of BPV equipment are subject to a triennial regulatory and code compliance audit.

BPV Certificate of Inspection (COI) Survey

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