In-Service Pressure Equipment Program

The principal objective of the in-service pressure equipment program is to prevent injury to people arising from the operation of pressure equipment. A secondary objective is to reduce the risk of property damage due to pressure equipment failure.

The scope of in-service pressure equipment program includes:

  • Initial and installation inspections
  • Periodic inspections
  • Inspection and verification of pressure equipment repairs and alterations
  • Verification of owners pressure equipment integrity management systems

Safety Codes Act Flow Chart

The flow chart (AB-508) will help a person to determine if a pressurized item is subject to the Safety Codes Act and what requirements apply.

Pressure Equipment Requirements Documents

  • AB-505 Risk Based Inspection Programs for Pressure Equipment

  • AB-506 Inspection and Servicing Requirements for Pressure Equipment

  • AB-507 Guidelines for the Inspection of Installed Fired Heaters

  • AB-512 Owner-User Pressure Equipment Integrity Management Requirements

  • AB-513 Alberta Repair and Alteration Requirements

  • AB-515 Requirements for Inspection Companies

  • Information Bulletin IB02-002 Rev.1 - DIRECTIVE - Certification of In-Service Pressure Equipment Inspectors

  • AB-518 Pressure Piping Construction Requirements

  • AB-519 Alternative Test Methods Procedure Requirements

  • AB-523 Procedure Guideline for the Replacement of Mechanically Assembled Piping Components

  • AB-524 Pressure Relief Devices Requirements, Ed.1 Rev 0

  • Reference Tool by AEUB interpreting Jurisdiction Relationships for Pipelines

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Updated Sep 11, 2012




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AB-512c, PEIM Audit Workbook
  
AB-513, Alberta Repair and Alteration Requirements
  
AB-515, Requirements for Inspection Companies
  
AB-518, Pressure Piping Construction Requirements
  
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AB-523, Procedure Guideline for the Replacement of Mechanically Assembled Piping Components
  
AB-524 Pressure Relief Devices Requirements, Ed.1 Rev 0
  
Information Bulletin IB02-002 Rev.1
  
Reference Tool by EUB Interpreting Jurisdiction Relationships for Pipelines
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