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BA USER SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR SET-UP AND CHANGE PROCESS


A key component of the Petrinex application security is the role of User Security Administrator (USA). Each Business Associate (BA) who requires access to Petrinex functionality and data must assign an individual to perform the role of USA for their company. The USA has the responsibility for setting up and managing security for all users of Petrinex for that BA. Note: Petrinex is not responsible for the consequences of any action as undertaken by the User Security Administrator for their company.

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All BA's and new BA's manage USA information through a Petrinex online function called Request BA Change. The Business Associate prepares the following when setting up or changing thier USA:

The BA USA Set-up Procedure (Alberta)

The Business Associate prepares the following:

  1. The Business Associate (BA) prepares a letter (click HERE for example) on Corporate letterhead, if appropriate, signed by an authorized person, identifying the BAs User Security Administrator (BA USA).
    Note: The letter cannot be signed by the designated BA USA unless they are the owner/President of the company.

  1. The Business Associate completes the BA Set-up Form (click HERE for sample).  You can fill in the blanks and then copy form).
    The BA sends the letter and form, completed in Steps 1 and 2 above, to Client Support at the following address by fax or email.:

    Crown Land Data Client Support
    Alberta Department of Energy
    9945 108 ST NW
    T5K 2G6
    FAX: (780) 422-0382 or Email: CrownLandDataSupport@gov.ab.ca

    Client Support will contact the BA USA via telephone and communicate the User ID and password.

The BA USA Set-up Procedure (Saskatchewan)

The Business Associate prepares the following:

  1. The Business Associate (BA) prepares a letter (click HERE for example) on Corporate letterhead, if appropriate, signed by an authorized person, identifying the BAs User Security Administrator (BA USA) and Backup USA if required. Save the completed letter in PDF format. 
    Note: The letter cannot be signed by the designated BA USA unless they are the owner/President of the company.

  2. The BA sends the PDF copy of the ​letter completed in Step 1 above, to the ER Service Desk via fax or email to:  FAX: (306) 798-1004  EMAIL er.servicedesk@gov.sk.ca

The ER Service Desk will contact the BA USA via telephone and communicate the User ID and password. If you require additional information please call ER Service Desk at 1-855-219-9373.

The BA USA Set-up Procedure (British Columbia)

The Business Associate prepares the following:

  1. The Business Associate (BA) prepares a letter (click HERE for example) on Corporate letterhead, if appropriate, signed by an authorized person, identifying the BAs User Security Administrator (BA USA) and Backup USA if required.
    Note: The letter cannot be signed by the designated BA USA unless they are the owner/President of the company.

  2. The Business Associate completes the BA USA Set-up Form (click HERE for the form).  You can fill in the blanks and then copy form.

  3. The BA sends the letter and form completed in Steps 1 and 2 above, to Asset Management at the following email assetmanagement@bcogc.ca.

      Asset Management will contact the BA USA via telephone and communicate the User ID and password.

The BA USA Set-up Procedure (Manitoba)

The Business Associate prepares the following:

  1. The Business Associate (BA) prepares a letter (click HERE for example) on Corporate letterhead, if appropriate, signed by an authorized person, identifying the BAs User Security Administrator (BA USA) and Backup USA if required.
    Note: The letter cannot be signed by the designated BA USA unless they are the owner/President of the company.

  2. The Business Associate completes the BA USA Set-up Form (click HERE for the form).  You can fill in the blanks and then copy form.

  3. The BA sends the letter and form completed in Steps 1 and 2 above, to Carrie Rose at carrie.rose@gov.mb.ca.  She will contact the BA USA via telephone and communicate the User ID and password.