Electrical FSR Renewal
Your field safety representative (FSR) certificate of qualification must be renewed every three years.
You should renew your certificate of qualification on or before the expiry date listed on your wallet card. For example, if your certificate expires March 1, 2021, you should renew on or before March 1, 2021.
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Note: The Electrical Safety Regulation requires FSRs to satisfy continuing education requirements before they can renew their certificate of qualification. Review what options you can take to complete your continuing education.
Reactivate an expired FSR certificate of qualification
FSRs certified prior to February 8, 2018 were required to renew their certification by July 31, 2019.
If you didn’t renew, your certification has expired and you should re-activate it before your certificate’s birth month in 2021. You cannot be named on licences and permits, assess compliance with codes and regulations, or submit declarations of compliance until you re-activate your certificate. You can reactive an expired FSR certificate of qualification online.
Your re-activated certificate of qualification will expire on your certificate’s birth month in 2021. In order to renew your certificate in 2021, you should satisfy continuing education requirements. Learn more about your continuing education options.
Your certificate of qualification will be closed if you don’t re-activate it before your certificate’s birth month in 2021. To obtain a new FSR certificate of qualification, you will have to re-apply, take an exam, and pay the associated application fees.