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I’m not the Valley’s biggest or most well known, but I’m definitely one of the best - and 100% Canadian
Professional Home and Temporary Housing Inspection Services in Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton, West Kelowna, Westbank, OK Centre, Summerland, Peachland, Keremeos, Naramata, Princeton, Merritt, OK Falls, Twin Lakes, Oliver, Osoyoos, Grand Forks, Midway, Greenwood, Jewel Lake, Rock Creek, Christina Lake, Beaverdell, Westbridge, Carmi, Westside Road, Fintry, Parker Cove, Killiney Beach, La Casa, Traders Cove, Wilson Landing. the Similkameen, Okanagan Valley, Kettle River, Boundary Country, West Kootenays, Spallumcheen, Armstrong, Enderby, Grindrod and the Nicola Valley, including BCAC and SAWP housing reports for Temporary Foreign Workers in the North, Central and South Okanagan and West Boundary
SAWP - Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program — BCAC - British Columbia Agricultural Council
OK Valley Home Inspections
Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW)
Housing Inspection and Report
SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKER PROGRAM (SAWP)
Employers must provide TFWs with free suitable housing (except in British Columbia where a portion of these costs can be recovered through payroll deductions) either on-farm or off-site.
Employers must provide proof that the on-farm or off-site housing has been inspected by an authorized private inspector with appropriate certifications from the relevant level of government.
As proof of the suitability of the housing, employers can submit a copy of the housing inspection report from the previous season with their LMIA application, with an expected inspection date for the current season.
Employers must provide a copy of the official housing inspection for the current season, signed by an authorized inspector, prior to the arrival of any TFWs.
I do business as OK Valley Home Inspections. I inspect properties for owners of orchards and farms who plan to hire persons other than those who are currently Canadian citizens. This includes Mexican and several Caribbean countries.
This includes: evaluating heating, plumbing and electrical systems, as well as an array of safety issues such as reporting on the condition of the structure, roofs, stairways, fixtures and basic inspection of appliances.
Inspections also include: evaluation of bathroom facilities, kitchen accessibility and determination of safety issues in bedrooms, hallways and living areas. Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW’s) should expect by Canadian Law, a standard of living which is comfortable, safe and convenient.