The NCSO® designation must be verified every three years. To maintain NCSO® status, applicants must maintain training certificates as applicable and submit documentation to demonstrate the continued practical application of their skills and abilities. See the NCSO® Program Guide for full details.
The NLCSA will recognize an individual who has attained a NCSO® designation from another member of the Canadian Confederation of Construction Safety Associations, signatory to the 2017 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO)® Program.
To receive the NCSO® designation from the NLCSA, individuals who qualify to apply under equivalency will be required to submit a copy of their NCSO® designation, a completed copy of the equivalency application form, payment of the application/examination fee of $50.00 + HST, and successfully challenge the NLCSA’s provincial knowledge examination. Visit the NCSO® Program Guide for full details.
Please note that the NLCSA will only accept NCSO® designations following the criteria of the 2017 MOU agreement.