In Canada, power engineers are regulated by their respective jurisdictions. Each province has a technical safety regulator that is granted power through “enabling acts” and overseen by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). These regulators grant, maintain and in some circumstances revoke power engineering licensees.
Power engineer examinations and licensing in all 10 provinces and three territories are regulated by the Standardization of Power Engineers Examinations Committee (SOPEEC) who receives recommendations by the Interprovincial Power Engineering Curriculum Committee (IPECC).
To learn more about power engineering provincial and territorial safety regulators visit their respective websites.
- Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA)
- Technical Safety British Columbia (TSBC)
- Manitoba Office of The Fire Commissioner
- Government of New Brunswick
- Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
- Government of Northwest Territories
- Government of Nova Scotia
- Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
- Government of Prince Edward Island
- Régie du bâtiment du Québec and Emploi-Québec (RBQ, EQ)
- Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan