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Learn about the Codes and Standards that apply to the construction, renovation and the fire safe operation of buildings in Saskatchewan.
The Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act (the UBAS Act) delegates the administration of minimum building standards to local authorities (municipalities and regional parks). The Ministry of Government Relations provides advice and reviews of building bylaws.
Learn about the three primary classes for a Building Official Licence.
Contact TSASK for a licence that applies to you as an electrician, electrical contractor or employer.
Contact TSASK for a licence that applies to you as a gas-fitter, contractor or propane distributor.
Learn about the Acts that provide the legislative framework for application of building, accessibility and energy standards for new construction, renovation and the fire safe operation of buildings.
Saskatchewan adopts the National Building Code, National Fire Code and National Energy Code for Buildings as the minimum standards for the construction, renovation and fire safe operation of buildings throughout the province.
Learn how to apply to alter a Provincial Heritage Property.
The Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board hears appeals from building owners for exemption from accessibility standards and orders issued by building officials for compliance with building, accessibility and energy standards.
Attend a Building Standards workshop or course to learn about national code adoption and current legislation.
TSASK is a not-for-profit authority that oversees the safe construction, installation and operation of boilers, pressure vessels, elevating devices and amusement rides, as well as gas and electrical licensing services, on behalf of government.