Industry Workshops for the New Ontario Fuel Oil Code (FS-219-16)

Industry Workshops for the New Ontario Fuel Oil Code (FS-219-16)

TSSA is offering workshops in a variety of locations across the province this June to provide industry stakeholders with what they need to know – from both regulatory and technical standpoints – about the new Fuel Oil Code CAD (FS-219-16)

Issued April 4, the new Code adopts the many changes published in B139 SERIES-15 – Installation code for oil-burning equipment and will replace the existing Ontario Fuel Oil Code, B139ON-06 on July 1, 2016.

Workshop Locations

OTTAWA | JUNE 1-2

Holiday Inn & Suites Ottawa-Kanata, 101 Kanata Avenue, Kanata, ON K2T 1E6

SUDBURY | JUNE 7-8

Radisson Hotel, 85 St. Anne Road, Sudbury, ON P3E 4S4

THUNDER BAY | JUNE 15-16

Best Western Plus Nor’Wester, 2080 Highway 61, Thunder Bay, ON P7J 1B8

TORONTO | JUNE 20-21 **FULL** **SECOND TORONTO WORKSHOP ADDED - SEPTEMBER 28-29**

Holiday Inn Express, 6100 Highway 7, Vaughn, ON L4H 0R2

LONDON | JUNE 23-24

Best Western Plus Lamplighter, 591 Wellington Road South, London, ON N6C 4R3

KINGSTON | JUNE 28-29

Travelodge Hotel LaSalle Kingston, 2360 Princess Street, Kingston, ON K7M 3G4

These two-day sessions (9am – 4pm) will cover key components of the code, including:

  • Indoor and outdoor aboveground tanks
  • Diesel engines – including generators and fire pumps
  • Exhaust/vent systems
  • Piping installations
  • Leak detection
  • Residential equipment and installation
  • Underground tanks

Cost is $395.50 (including HST) per person.

A continental breakfast, refreshments and lunch will be provided both days, the cost of which is included in your registration fee.

Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Workshop Details   Registration Form  

1 Comment

  1. GERRY MITCHELL
    July 07, 11:38 Reply
    I did the Kingston seminar and I must say it was great I did learn a lot...Teaching staff were easy to speak with ,and at break time you could still ask question if you were uncertain Thank you all. .Gerry Mitchell..Cobourg ont

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