Are you applying to operate a Transportation Network Service, also known as "ride-hailing"?
Please DO NOT use the online application.
Contact the NSC office directly at NSC@gov.bc.ca or 250-952-0576 for application instructions
Where can I get an application?
If you have a credit card, you can complete and submit an application and $200 non-refundable application processing fee over the Internet by clicking on the following link for the new NSC Safety Certificate On-line Application. Priority will be given to applications completed on-line.
The application has been built to be fully compatible with Internet Explorer 6.0 and you will also need Adobe Acrobat Reader. The application may work other browsers but has not been tested.
Alternatively, you can get a copy of the application package by:
Using the New NSC Safety Certificate On-Line Application to Submit a Completed Hard-Copy Application To The NSC Application Office
If you do not have a credit card or do not want to send your credit card information over the Internet, you can still complete an application using the new NSC Safety Certificate On-line Application.
Simply use the application and click CANCEL when you arrive at the payment screen. On the next screen, click on PRINT PREVIEW to generate a .PDF version of the completed application, print out a hard-copy (i.e., paper copy) of the completed application and submit this print-out, all supporting documents and the $200 non-refundable application processing fee to the National Safety Code Office.
The physical and mailing addresses and fax number for the National Safety Code Office are identified in the new NSC Safety Certificate On-line Application.
NSC Application Contents
Prior to completing your application, it is
strongly recommended that you refer to the
Safety Guide, Meeting Your National Safety Code
Obligations in British Columbia.
The Carrier Safety Guide and the Safety Certificate
application refer to several additional sources
of important information. You are encouraged
to review this information while completing
your application. All the information is available
Standardized log books, trip inspection forms,
and other publications are available for purchase
through the BC Trucking Association.