2021 Ontario Electrical Safety Code (28th Edition)

EIN 24 ESA 400

November 19, 2021

The Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) would like to advise that the Minister of Government and Consumer Services has approved the regulatory amendment to adopt the 2021 Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC), which comes into effect on May 5, 2022. 

Go HERE for the Ontario specific amendments included in the 28th Ontario Electrical Safety Code 

The new Code will be available for order in December 2021. The hardcopy of the Code book will be available for $223, as well as a PDF-version available for $199. These prices will include free access to the bulletins on CSA Community of Interest website over the whole period of the Code cycle. Once purchased, the PDF-version can be accessed immediately, while the hardcopy versions will be available for delivery in late January 2022.

ESA is partnering with the CSA Group to offer the Code book and all ESA bulletins, which provide important updates and interpretations, together for one price in a searchable, digital format for $199 — accessible on smart phones, tablets and desktops and compatible with Windows and iOS. This version will be available in Summer 2022. 

For more information on the new OESC, please visit esasafe.com/oesc.

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