National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO)

Across Canada, health and safety designation programs are beginning to follow the national standard. That's why IHSA's CHSO program will be changing to the National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) program in 2016. In addition to meeting a national standard, those who achieve their NCSO certification from IHSA will be qualified to serve as COR™ Internal Auditors and Construction Health and Safety Representatives.

Along with the name change, IHSA will be releasing more information on the program modifications including required courses, code of ethics criteria, equivalency for out-of-province CHSOs/CSOs, and more.

Read our communique for more details. For FAQs about the new program click here.

 

Application and Reference Guide for the National Construction Safety Officer Certificate

This guide provides prospective candidates with an outline of the requirements and an overview of the application process, experience requirements, and required maintenance program. As well, a list of frequently asked questions about the NCSO Certificate has been collected to assist applicants through the process. Download Guide

 

Application Forms

 
NCSO Application Form

Complete the two-page application form to become a National Construction Safety Officer.

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NCSO Application Renewal Form

Complete this form to renew your certification.

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Application to Appeal Outcome

Use this form to appeal the outcome of your application or renewal.

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Code of Ethics for NCSO

Download and sign the code of ethics document. The signed code of ethics must be submitted with the application form.

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Equivalency Exemption Form

Use this form for each course equivalency request.

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