As a TSSA authorization holder, you are the first layer of public safety risk protection in the province, and your adherence to safety laws and collaboration with TSSA play an important part in keeping Ontarians safe. To legally operate your business, facility or device in Ontario, you must maintain a current TSSA licence or registration.
Valid licences and registrations:
Illegally operating entities may be subject to a TSSA inspection at a cost to them and a shutdown of their business, device, or facility, until they are back in compliance with safety regulations.
Keeping TSSA Informed
It is your responsibility as a TSSA authorization holder to keep TSSA informed of any changes to your operational status. TSSA must always be able to contact you and communicate essential safety information and regulatory developments.
Please notify TSSA immediately with any of the following updates.
Change of Address
Change of Address Request
Change of Ownership
Change of Ownership Request
No Longer Operating
Authorization Cancellation Request
To help you keep your authorization in good standing and remain compliant with safety laws, TSSA provides renewal notices for businesses, contractors, facilities and devices 60 days before your authorization expires. Learn about TSSA’s Lapsed Authorizations Policy.
Quick, Secure Online Payment Option
TSSA’s new Online Payment Portal makes it easier for you to keep your authorizations up to date. Now you can pay your authorization renewal invoice online with a VISA or MASTERCARD, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Thank you for your ongoing collaboration and commitment to keeping Ontario safe.
Please contact us if you have any questions about ensuring your TSSA authorizations are current.