From: David MacLeod, C.E.I, P.Eng., Provincial Chief Electrical Inspector
Date: March 7, 2006
The Electrical Code Regulations require that all electrical products sold , leased, rented , installed or used in Nova Scotia shall be certified ,as approved equipment ,by a certification organization acceptable to the Provincial Chief Electrical Inspector.
Please be advised that effective immediately TUV America Inc. shall be accepted in Nova Scotia as an inspection body (IB).
They shall be permitted to approve electrical equipment by performing special inspections ( field evaluations ) within their scope of their accreditation by Standards Council of Canada and per any rules specific to Nova Scotia as determined by the Provincial Chief Electrical Inspector.
(See Note 1)
The contact information for TUV America Inc.:
The special inspection (field evaluation) label is as follows:
Note 1 : A special inspection is not considered full certification but is an acceptable alternative to full certification in certain instances. The use of special inspections is limited in the quantity and the type of items that can inspected as determined by the Provincial Chief Electrical Inspector.
To review an accredited IB, please access The Standards Council of Canada.
Any questions regarding the certification of any electrical equipment contact the Provincial Chief Electrical Inspector at (902) 424-8018.