The pressure equipment safety authority for Alberta
Ministry of Municipal Affairs in the Province of Alberta
Alberta Refinery and Petrochemical Inspection Association (ARPIA)
An owner association of Chief Inspectors and Pressure Equipment Quality Program Administrators focused on continuously improving and optimizing safety, reliability, and integrity of “New” and “In Service” pressure equipment in refinery and petrochemical facilities within Alberta.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
CSA is a standard development organization.
Contract Chief Inspectors Association (CCIA)
Generation Utility Advisory Committee (GUAC)
Official source of Alberta government laws and publications
Jurisdictions of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety – Canadian and USAA complete list of Chief Inspector contact information for all jurisdictions in Canada and USA.
The mission of the Association is to increase awareness of pressure equipment safety and reliability throughout industry using technological improvements associated with fabrication, maintenance and inspection. The main activity of the association is the planning and coordination of an annual pressure equipment industry conference.
The Safety Codes Council coordinates the development of safety codes and standards for Alberta’s safety system. It assists all discipline technical councils (such as the Pressure Equipment sub-council(PESC)) in developing safety codes that promote uniform, province-wide safety standards and practices. The Safety Codes Council also administers the system of certification, accreditation and designation of authority for corporations, agencies and Safety Codes Officers.
Upstream Chief Inspector’s Association (UCIA)
The Upstream Chief Inspector’s Association is a group of chief inspectors representing companies from the upstream petroleum industry.