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Given Alberta's climate, many construction sites use temporary heating to allow work to continue through the winter. A common type of temporary heating system uses propane to fuel heaters. Propane is a widely used fuel—countless Albertans use it in small appliances such as barbecues and camp stoves—and it is a safe fuel as long as it is handled properly.
This video shows you how to ensure that temporary propane heating systems are set up and handled safely and in compliance with the applicable codes and standards. For more educational materials about safe temporary propane heat for construction sites, visit safetycodes.ab.ca.
The Safety Codes Council is a non-profit organization responsible for all aspects of the safety system, including accrediting the municipalities, corporations and agencies that sell permits and inspect the work carried out under these permits; certifying and training Safety Codes Officers who do the inspections; administering the Alberta Master Electrician Program, developing, enhancing and supporting Information Technology safety system applications.