Suggestions for future gas code changes

Organizations such as the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ) regularly review the codes and standards they develop and publish. Both organizations have established processes for industry representatives and the general public to comment on and submit proposals to change future editions of codes. Representatives of Technical Safety BC are members of several code review committees to help review and vote on proposals.

To give feedback directly to CSA

For the B149 series and the Z662

  1. Register for a public review account on the CSA website.
  2. When new draft editions or sections of codes are open for review, you will receive an email to log in to the CSA website.
  3. Provide your comments directly to CSA through the link provided in CSA’s email.

For more information, visit the CSA website.


To give feedback directly to BNQ

For the BNQ-1784

  1. Watch the BNQ website for opportunities to comment on codes, or subscribe to their newsletter for notifications (French only).
  2. Download the pdf of the proposals and the Word table on the BNQ website.
  3. Email your comments to BNQ.

For more information, visit the BNQ website.

To give feedback to Technical Safety BC

Technical Safety BC representatives, as members of various code committees, review and vote on proposals to changes for future editions of codes. Additionally, with our technical expertise and field work data, we propose changes to the codes to improve safety in BC. To give us your feedback:

  1. Register for an account at engage.technicalsafetybc.ca.
  2. Comment through our discussion board linked below.

Organizations such as the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ) regularly review the codes and standards they develop and publish. Both organizations have established processes for industry representatives and the general public to comment on and submit proposals to change future editions of codes. Representatives of Technical Safety BC are members of several code review committees to help review and vote on proposals.

To give feedback directly to CSA

For the B149 series and the Z662

  1. Register for a public review account on the CSA website.
  2. When new draft editions or sections of codes are open for review, you will receive an email to log in to the CSA website.
  3. Provide your comments directly to CSA through the link provided in CSA’s email.

For more information, visit the CSA website.


To give feedback directly to BNQ

For the BNQ-1784

  1. Watch the BNQ website for opportunities to comment on codes, or subscribe to their newsletter for notifications (French only).
  2. Download the pdf of the proposals and the Word table on the BNQ website.
  3. Email your comments to BNQ.

For more information, visit the BNQ website.

To give feedback to Technical Safety BC

Technical Safety BC representatives, as members of various code committees, review and vote on proposals to changes for future editions of codes. Additionally, with our technical expertise and field work data, we propose changes to the codes to improve safety in BC. To give us your feedback:

  1. Register for an account at engage.technicalsafetybc.ca.
  2. Comment through our discussion board linked below.

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