Class C FSR


A Class C FSR (Field Safety Representative) certificate of qualification entitles the holder to submit declarations on behalf of their employer for regulated electrical work only with respect to electrical installations where the voltage of the installation is under 150 volts to ground; ampacity is restricted to 200 amps or less and, single phase power.

To Book an Exam

  1. Complete the following application form online.
  2. Upload scanned original copies of prerequisite documentation when prompted. Notarized copies will also be accepted.
  3. Make payment when you receive a call from a client service representative.
    Note: Only applicants who have submitted complete documentation and have passed the review are eligible for the exam. Candidates found ineligible will receive a letter notifying them of any missing requirements from Technical Safety BC.
  4. Exam request dates can be made during fee payment. Based on availability, exam dates can be scheduled 15-business days from the time of payment.
  5. Successful candidates will receive exam confirmation letter by mail or email, as per preference. If you have not received your confirmation letter a week prior to your tentatively scheduled date, please contact Technical Safety BC at 1 866 566 7233.

Exam Information

The exam takes 3.5 hours and is open book and multiple choice. Applicants must achieve a grade of at least 70%.

Certification exam fees

Please reviewed and understand our Terms and Conditions before submitting your application.

Certification Renewal

All electrical field safety representative (FSR) certificates must be renewed every three years. 

Learn more about renewing your FSR certificate





  • Canadian Interprovincial Qualification (Red Seal) in the Trade of Electrician; or
  • BC Trade Qualification in Electrical Work (construction or industrial), or
  • BC Exemption Permit in the Trade of Electrician (EWX).


  1. A minimum of one year (1800) acceptable relevant electrical work experience under the Canadian Electrical Code, after receiving a Certificate of Qualification in the Trade of Electrician.
  2. Proof of completion from a recognized instructor of a recognized electrical course in the application of electrical codes and standards completed within three years of application date.

Electrical Professional Engineer (P.Eng)

  1. Degree in Electrical Engineering
  2. Acceptable proof of relevant work experience utilizing the Canadian Electrical Code – C22.1-15 Part 1.
  3. Valid registration as a professional engineer, and member in good standing with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia (formerly APEG BC – Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia).

Electrical Applied Science Technologist (AScT)

  • Electrical Engineering Technology (power option) qualification.
  • Acceptable proof of relevant work experience utilizing the Canadian Electrical Code – C22.1-15 Part 1.
  • Valid registration as an Applied Science Technologist and a member in good standing with the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC).

Refer Electrical Safety Regulation, for details.

Documenting Electrical Work Experience


Required study material
(to be supplied by the applicant at the exam)

Reference material
(to be supplied by the applicant at the exam)

Exam Rules

Recognized courses and course providers

Exam Locations
By special arrangement, contact Prince George office
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