Energy Safety Canada offers two certification tracks for safety auditors. The first track is for Internal Auditors who are intending to perform Internal (maintenance) audits for the company with whom they are full-time employees. An Internal (Maintenance) Auditor cannot conduct an audit on behalf of any other company.
The second track is for External Auditors who may be hired by companies to conduct External (Certification or Re-Certification) audits. The External Auditor track has additional educational and experience-level requirements.
Complete and submit the External Auditor Application form for review two months prior to the desired course date (with the relevant certificates or documentation (the Professional Reference Forms that must be submitted with the application are available as a download on page two (2) of the application form)
Register for the Certified Health and Safety Auditors Program within four months of the approval date
Complete Energy Safety Canada's 5-day CHSAP within one year of the approval date. You must achieve at least 80% on the final exam
Review and sign acceptance of Energy Safety Canada's Certified Auditor's Agreement
Submit a Qualifications Audit to Energy Safety Canada within six months of completing the CHSAP. Your Quality Assurance (QA) review score must achieve at least 80%
Applicants who do not register for the CHSAP course within four months, or who do not complete the CHSAP course within one year, are considered to have abandoned the process and must reapply.
Energy Safety Canada Certified Auditors are required to maintain their auditor certification by:
For more information on the auditor process, please contact a member of the COR team (Toll free) at 1 800 667 5557 option 3, or via email at CORInfo@ อาวุธเกมยิงปลา www.solexresources.com
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