TORONTO, Aug. 22 /CNW/ - The Technical Standards and Safety Authority
(TSSA) completed phase one of its re-audit action plan today for all propane
facilities in Ontario that are comparable to the Sunrise facility. Further
pursuing its commitment, TSSA will continue to analyze the audit results and,
if appropriate and beneficial, revise its own practices and processes or make
recommendations to the Ministry with respect to the regulatory framework.
"Our inspection team worked diligently to conduct this re-audit of
comparable sites to Sunrise," says John Marshall, Director of TSSA's Fuels
Safety Program, "driven by a solid commitment to public safety. Audit results
of 193 facilities will assist us in the next phase of our risk analysis to
further support propane safety throughout the province."
Once the analysis is complete, the results will be summarized along with
appropriate actions or recommendations and made available to both the Ministry
and the public.
The list of all 193 propane facilities inspected under the re-audit
action plan is available on TSSA's website at www.tssa.org.
TSSA is an innovative, self-funded, non-government organization focused
on delivering public safety services. It provides not-for-profit regulatory
safety services in industry sectors such as fuels, amusement devices,
elevating devices, ski lifts, boilers and pressure vessels, operating
engineers, and upholstered and stuffed articles. The organization's vision is
to be the world leader in public safety services.
For further information:
For further information: Media Contact: Dave Lisle, Director, Public
Relations and Communications, TSSA, Telephone: 1-877-682-8772, Email:
email@example.com; For more information on the Technical Standards and Safety
Authority, please visit www.tssa.org