Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License
Inspection Services and Provincial Planning Offices located in Charlottetown and Summerside will reopen to the public on June 15, 2020. Meetings with inspectors or planning staff will be by appointment only.
Montague and O’Leary locations will be accessible to the public by appointment only.
Please be advised that there will be screening protocols and operational procedures in place to protect both the public and our staff.
Clients with appointments are asked to call the staff person they have arranged to meet when they arrive. Directions on when and where to enter the building will be explained.
We wish to remind the public that many of our permits and licenses can be applied for online.
Additionally applications will be accepted via email, fax or mail.
Mail: 31 Gordon Drive, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 6B8
Who needs an Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License?
Any company that wishes to install, maintain, or alter an elevator or lift must first obtain an Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License.
To get license, the company must have in it's employ an individual who holds an Elevators and Lifts Installer's Registration.
An Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License is available in two classes:
- Class A: allows a business to install, maintain, or alter equipment that falls under Standard B44 of the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators or Standard B355, Lifts for Persons With Physical Disabilities.
- Class B: allows a business to install, maintain, or alter equipment that falls under Standard B355, Lifts for Persons With Physical Disabilities.
Is there a fee?
$300 is the fee for an Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License. There is no HST.
Make cheques payable to the Minister of Finance.
How long is the license valid?
An Elevator and Lifts Contractor's License is valid for a period of three years.