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All Fall Protection Training Prior to April 2015 Expires

To clarify the April 1, 2017 Ministry of Labour (MOL) deadline for Working at Heights training for construction workers.


As of April 1 2015 all Working at Heights Training providers in Ontario must obtain MOL Approval in order to train Working at Heights.


Prior to April of 2015 there were no* MOL approved working at heights training providers, therefore any training cards dated prior to April 1, 2015 are no longer valid. (* with the small exception of the 5 training providers who were approved in March 2015)


Employers were given 2 years to obtain new MOL approved training and that deadline is April , 2017.


If you or your workers were trained in 2015 go to the MOL list of approved trainers and if your training provider was registered prior to the date on your card, you have taken approved training. Now you just have to update it every three years.


BuildSafe was approved by the Ministry of Labour to train Working at Heights on July 17, 2015. Therefore under MOL regulations any cards issued in March of 2015 or prior, all expire on March 31, 2017, regardless of any expiry date that is on the card.


Hopefully this clarifys the MOL Working at Heights deadline of April 1, 2017

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Kevin Carey
October 6, 2019
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