The EHAP Renewal Process

Designed to keep employees knowledge fresh and up-to-date, EHAP training must be maintained yearly.  Best of all, each annual renewal covers different content to keep your training fresh.

RENEWALS

Before the employee’s EHAP has expired, TCIA will send a reminder to the company owner that his employee is due to renew his EHAP. This reminder includes a copy of the employee transcript, as well as the renewal level of the employee. The company owner or employee must then order the EHAP Renewal Kit, which includes excerpts from the EHAP training manual and one test. The EHAP Renewal Kit cost is $25 for TCIA members, $35 for non TCIA members.

There are five different renewal years The content in each manual is the same.  Questions have been changed between the years to keep important information fresh in the employee mind.  After the fifth year renewal, a new initial EHAP program must be purchased for each individual enrolled in the EHAP program. The EHAP program is revised to reflect changes in the Z133 Safety Standard. The standard is in a five year maintenance cycle.

TRAINING

Employees must then complete the following requirements of the EHAP renewal program:

  • Pass one 50-question test with a grade of 85% or better
  • Provide proof of watching the Electrical Hazards and Trees video
  • Provide proof of watching the Aerial Rescue video
  • Provide proof of performing a practice Aerial Rescue (Climbing or Aerial Lift) from a height of at least 35'
  • Provide a copy of valid First Aid/CPR cards

Upon Completion

Once a candidate has completed renewal training, TCIA will issue a certificate of completion (valid for one year from date of insurance), as well as a laminated wallet card and helmet decal. Candidates also receive maintenance of transcript in the TCIA database and on-demand notification of transcript status via our toll free number.

*If you're enrolled in EHAP and have questions about your grades or program status, contact the EHAP Coordinator at EHAP@tcia.org.