(1) An owner of a roll-on/roll-off container, and an employer, must ensure that a qualified person inspects, in accordance with this section, each roll-on/roll-off container to determine if the container meets the requirements of the container safety standard.

 

(2) The first inspection of a container manufactured before February 1, 2015, or for which the date of manufacture is unknown, must occur as follows:  

     (a) if repairs are required under section 12.181, as required by that section;  

     (b) if the container has not previously been inspected under section 12.181, before August 1, 2017;  

     (c) if the owner or employer, as applicable, acquires the container on or after June 2, 2017 but has no record of it having               been inspected in accordance with paragraph (a) or (b) of this subsection, within 60 days of acquiring it.  

 

(3) The first inspection of a container manufactured on or after February 1, 2015, must occur as follows:  

     (a) if repairs are required under section 12.181, as required by that section;  

     (b) if a container has not previously been inspected under section 12.181, before February 1, 2020;  

     (c) if the owner or employer, as applicable, acquires the container on or after December 3, 2019 but has no record of it                   having been inspected in accordance with paragraph (a) or (b) of this subsection, within 60 days of acquiring it.  

 

(4) Subsequent inspection of the container must be made within  

     (a) 30 months of the most recent inspection, whether made under this section or section 12.181, or  

     (b) a shorter period set by a qualified person, having regard to the condition of the container.   

WORKSAFE BC REGULATIONS

Effective February 1, 2015, Worksafe BC implemented the following regulations regarding roll off containers.