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They Are Coming... I have not seen the Official Document yet

http://www.bcelectrician.com/fsrwarning.html

Les I first opened the link in fire fox and it prompted me to download a plug in. After I opened in IE to print the page I understand why fire fox prompted for the plug in all of a sudden pink Floyds "money" started to play laugh

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I cannot find anything on the BCSA site nor have i had an Email from them or a letter.


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I am hoping some of this can be done online, or though the Open Learning Agency.

I have no idea as to costs.

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Hoping this document attach's

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I hope the trade educational institutes can come up with condensed refresher courses specifically directed to this requirement. I dont think the concept is a bad one, especially when the safety authority doesnt even inspect most contractor installs in my area. Makes you wonder what kind of installs are getting done out there.

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More paperwork and overhead.

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As to the refresher Courses I bought the CEC CD for 2006 for 325.00 after S&H.
I am constantly referring and searching the rules for what may apply to any particular job.
I see this year the CD is 325.00 plus S&H . I actually use the CD more than the Code Book as i can print off a page or 2 if needed.
Now I see the new Code book is 150.00 it really wasnt that long ago when the CEC ran about 30.00. I guess i should quadruple my rates seeing how CSA can.

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Originally Posted by dougwells

Les I first opened the link in fire fox and it prompted me to download a plug in. After I opened in IE to print the page I understand why fire fox prompted for the plug in all of a sudden pink Floyds "money" started to play laugh


Hahahahahha! Me too!


This is a thorn in the side for a small one-man shop such as myself in a somewhat remote location. My customers aren't going to like my new rates.... *cough* rapidly approaching $100/hour *cough*

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Stupid question, what's FSR stand for? Is it a BC only thing?

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Originally Posted by Eddy Current
Stupid question, what's FSR stand for? Is it a BC only thing?


British Columbia Safety Authority

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