As part of ASTTBC’s continuous improvement efforts, the ASTTBC Council has concluded that there is room for improvement to these Guidelines and is currently adjusting the Guides in a manner that will maintain the integrity of ASTTBC’s mandate and responsibilities under the ASTT Act.
Leading up to 2015, the ASTTBC-EGBC Joint Board worked on a revision of the ASTTBC Electrical Technology Practice Guide. Both ASTTBC and EGBC Councils approved the revisions. The intent of the Joint Board was to revise other existing ASTTBC guides beginning with those related to Building Projects. Preliminary revisions have been made using the approved Electrical Technology Guide as a template.
As a reminder, ASTTBC members should only undertake that work for which they have competency. Members must also only practice independently and take professional responsibility for their work where permitted in law.
|ASTTBC Practice Guide|
|Fire Protection Technologyemail@example.com|
|Site Improvements Surveysfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The following Guides have been APPROVED by the ASTTBC Council for use by ASTTBC Registrants where required by law.
|Guidelines for Legislated Riparian Area Assessments||Resource practice guide for ASTTBC registrants must adhere to when performing assessments within Riparian Areas.|
The following Standard of Practice (SoP) has been APPROVED by the ASTTBC Council for use by ASTTBC Registered Fire Protection Technicians (RFPT).
|Registered Fire Protection Technician Standard of Practice||Standard of Practice (SoP) for Registered Fire Protection Techncians (RFPT).|
The following guides have been ENDORSED by the ASTTBC Council for use by ASTTBC Registrants.
|AMEBC Safety Guidelines 5th Edition||Safety guide endorsed by ASTTBC Council for ASTTBC registrants who work or are involved within the mineral exploration sector.|
The following Guides were APPROVED IN PRINCIPLE by the ASTTBC Council and are issued for comment.
If you have comments or questions on the guides or would like to suggest other areas of professional development to consider for technology professionals, please feel free to submit them in writing or email to:
Jason Jung, AScT
Manager of Professional Practice
Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Columbia
10767 – 148th Street