Esquimalt Royal Roads Anchorage - Welding and Burning Permit

The paragraphs below list the required information for submission and the regulations in effect. For convenience, please download the associated PDF form, on this page.


No welding or burning shall commence until permission has been obtained from the Harbour Master’s Office.

Reference: Natural and Man-made Harbour Navigation and Use Regulations Section 5

1 Does the ship/company have a current welding and burning policy in place? Y N N/A
2 Are there ready, portable fire extinguishers in working order on site? Y N N/A
3 Is the welding/burning equipment in working order, good condition, and tested safe for their intended use? Y N N/A
4 Is the area free of combustible materials? Y N N/A
5

Are personnel trained to respond appropriately to emergency fire hazards/situations on site?

Y N N/A
6 Has fire watch personnel received, as a minimum, basic training? Y N N/A
7 Is the space properly ventilated? Y N N/A
8 Is there a current and applicable Gas Free Certificate? Y N N/A
9 Has the ship’s Agent been informed of the intended work? Y N N/A
10 Do personnel know how to contact local emergency services in case of fire? Y N N/A
Date                                                                                                                     
Name of Ship  
Name of Ship’s Local Agency  
Location of Ship  
Estimated Start Time  
Location of Job  
Estimated Completion Time  
Welder
(Signature)
 
Signed
(Master / Chief Engineer / Chief Officer)
 
Signed
(Port of Esquimalt)
 

Please e-mail the completed form to POESBEHMA@forces.gc.ca

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