Elevating Devices Mechanic - Class A

  1. Submit a completed Class A ED Mechanic Application for Certification - Granted / Certified Different Jurisdiction Path Form 1458.
  2. Provide proof of successfully completing an elevating device mechanics training program, or equivalent technical education, acceptable to a provincial safety manager. See list of equivalencies from other provinces.
  3. Provide proof that the applicant has successfully completed the required 8,000 hours of experience doing regulated work within the scope of the certificate of qualification being applied for.
  4. Pay applicable fee.
  5. After your application has been assessed, you will be required to book and pass a Certification Exam.  

 

Elevating Devices Mechanic - Class C

  1. Submit a completed Class C Mechanic Application for Certification – Granted Path Form (FRM-1462).
  2. Provide proof that the applicant has successfully completed an elevating device mechanics training program, or equivalent technical education, acceptable to a provincial safety manager. See list of equivalencies from other provinces.
  3. Provide proof that the applicant has successfully completed the required 4,000 hours of experience doing regulated work within the scope of the certificate of qualification being applied for.
  4. Pay applicable fee.
  5. After your application has been assessed, you will be required to book and pass a Certification Exam.

 

Elevating Devices Mechanic - Class H

  1. Submit a completed Class H ED Mechanic Application for Certification - Granted / Certified Different Jurisdiction Path Form 1466.
  2. Provide proof that the applicant has successfully completed an elevating device mechanics training program, or equivalent technical education, acceptable to a provincial safety manager. See list of equivalencies from other provinces.
  3. Provide proof that the applicant has successfully completed the required 4,000 hours of experience doing regulated work within the scope of the certificate of qualification being applied for.
  4. Pay the applicable fee.
  5. After your application has been assessed, you will be required to book and pass a Certification Exam.

Notes:

  • An applicant must pass all examinations required by a provincial safety manager, if any, in no more than three attempts.
  • A certificate of qualification issued by a provincial safety manager to a certified elevating device mechanic is valid for a period of three years from the date of issue.
Resources

Required study material
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Reference documents

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