Schedules

Contact Facilities Support Services

with your service requests and inquiries

work control

Phone: 966-4496
Fax:     966-4080
Email: facilities.support@usask.ca

Hours of operation:
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. –  4:30 p.m.

After hours, weekends & emergencies:
contact Protective Services 966-5555

The maintenance and testing schedules listed here are for equipment or systems having a large impact on the campus community when tested. Other schedules of work will be updated as the information becomes available

Autoclave Schedule

Refer to the University of Saskatchewan Knowledge Base for the autoclave maintenance schedule.

    Emergency Generator Test Schedule

    As a part of the regulatory maintenance performed at the University of Saskatchewan, emergency generators are tested and run quarterly. These test runs will cause a disruption to emergency powered equipment only. This includes receptacles marked with an ‘EM’ or those which are RED in colour.  Additionally, some equipment is wired directly to Emergency Panels.

    In most cases a disruption lasting up to 15 seconds will occur at 9am and another disruption, again up to 15 seconds, will occur at 11am.

    As a precaution, it is advised that equipment on emergency power be shut down or backed up prior to the two power disruptions for each test. Reminder communication to perform this task will be sent out in advance of the test.

    Please refer to the University of Saskatchewan Knowledge Base for the emergency generator test schedule.

    Please direct all questions or concerns to

    Facilities Support Services
    Email:  facilities.support@usask.ca
    Phone:  306-966-4496

      Fire Alarm Test Schedule

      As a part of the regulatory maintenance performed at the University of Saskatchewan,  Facilities Management Plumbing and Electrical departments conduct inspections and testing of fire alarm and sprinkler systems yearly.  Access to all areas equipped with sprinkler and alarm devices is required to test and to visually inspect the fire sprinklers.  Testing of the audible alarms will ring in the  mornings of the scheduled dates for up to 1 minute in duration.  NOTE:  any alarm lasting 10 seconds or more outside of the times notes in the schedule is to be considered a real alarm, please follow normal fire alarm protocol.

      Notifications will be sent to building contacts by the Customer Service Centre advising them of the scheduled dates and times the tests will occur.  

      Please direct all questions or concerns to

      Facilities Support Services
      Email:  facilities.support@usask.ca
      Phone:  306-966-4496