A new STAC project team will develop a submission to the Ontario government’s recently launched five-year review of the provincial Working at Heights training standards.
In a consultation notice posted in late January, the provincial government outlined a series of questions relating to the two separate working at heights training standards in Canada, which govern the provincial WAH training requirements for anyone who works at heights of 3 meters or more, as well as the training providers who can offer provincial WAH certifications.
Some of the topics discussed in the consultation include:
- Learning outcomes
- Training duration
- Trainer to instructor ratios
- Refresher training requirements
- Expectations of training providers
- Trainer qualification criteria
- Training provider reporting requirements
The STAC project team will work to develop a submission answering all of the consultation questions relevant to the communications tower industry and our training provider members by the March 11 deadline.
To get involved in the team or to make sure you receive information about STAC’s submission as it’s being developed, please contact [email protected].