As a starting point consult the Yukon Boiler and Pressure Vessels Act 2002 for useful information on pressure equipment exemptions and requirements. Always consult the chief inspector of a jurisdiction.
Yukon Canadian Registration Numbers for fittings are issued by ACI Central who is the designated regulatory authority for seven provinces and territories that include: Newfoundland, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, North West Territories, Yukon. This small agency located on Prince Edward Island vastly simplifies what could be a terribly long and bureaucratic process of dealing with seven entities.
For boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping applications, contact the Government of Yukon, Department of Community Services, Mechanical Inspections site provides further information and contacts.
Operating engineers must have the proper qualifying time and pass an examination to operate heating and power plants in the Yukon. Please contact Building Safety for more information on qualifying time and examinations for various certificates. In order to be approved for use in the Yukon, a boiler or pressure vessel must have a Canadian Registration Number (CRN). To obtain a CRN, the boiler or pressure vessel design must be submitted for approval to the Chief Mechanical Inspector. The Manufacturer is required to fill out a data report and provide it to Building Safety indicating the owner’s name and location of the installed pressure vessel. Manufacturers will be invoiced for the fee to register their design. Once the boiler or pressure vessel is installed, it is the responsibility of the owner or mechanical contractor to inform Building Safety of the new installation. A registration certificate will be issued once the boiler or pressure vessel passes inspection; please phone Building Safety to arrange for an inspection.