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To set construction standards for buildings, the Province of Saskatchewan adopts and amends the National Building Code of Canada, the National Fire Code, and the National Plumbing Code, all of which are published by the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes. The applicable Saskatchewan legislation and some related enactments are listed below.
The Province of Saskatchewan also adopts by legislation other safety codes and standards that apply to electrical, gas, propane, boilers and pressure vessels, amusement rides.
By following the links below, you will be leaving the SBOA website, and going to Publications Saskatchewan, where you can view Province of Saskatchewan forms, legislation, ministry/agency publications, news releases and orders in council.
An Act respecting Building and Accessibility Standards and the Inspection of Buildings
- U-1.2 Reg 5 – Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Regulations
- U-1.2 Reg 6 – Building Accessibility Standards Administration Regulations
- OC 279/2017 – Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board Membership Changes (Minister of Government Relations)
- The National Building Code of Canada (available for purchase)
- An archived version of the Administrative Requirements for Use with the National Building Code of Canada 1985
An Act respecting Cities and making consequential amendments to certain other Acts
An Act respecting the City of Lloydminster
An Act respecting Rural Municipalities, Towns, Villages and Resort Villages and making consequential amendments to other Acts
An Act respecting Planning and Development in Municipalities
An Act respecting Employment Standards, Occupational Health and Safety, Labour Relations and Related Matters and making consequential amendments to certain Acts
- O-1.1 Reg 1 – Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 1996 Formerly under The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993, which was repealed by Chapter S-15.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2013 (effective April 29, 2014), continue in force under The Saskatchewan Employment Act (S-15.1)