Why do I need a Safety Codes permit?
You require a safety codes permit to ensure that the work you are completing is meeting the requirements of the Safety Codes Act and other regulations. This will not only give you peace of mind, but may also be a requirement of you homeowners insurance. Safety Codes are about ensuring that any work that falls under the Safety Codes Act complies with the standards they establish. These standards are in place to keep the public safe.

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1. What is a Safety Code permit?
2. Why do I need a Safety Codes permit?
3. What kind of Safety Codes permits do I need?
4. What is the difference between a development permit and a building permit?
5. How long will the development/safety codes permitting process take?
6. What happens if my development/safety codes permit is refused?
7. What is the appeal process for a Development or Safety Codes Permit?
8. What if I want to choose my own Safety Codes Agency for safety codes permits?
9. What process is in place to ensure agency permit costs are controlled?
10. What is accreditation? And why does it matter?
11. What is the Safety Codes Council?
12. What is the Safety Codes Act?