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            Frequently Asked Questions

            What training do I need to work in the Province of New Brunswick?

            In order to be dispatched in the Province of New Brunswick, all workers require to have the following:

            • WHMIS (GHS) 2015
            • Fall Protection (if deemed necessary)
            • Confined Space (if deemed necessary)

            Bonus Qualifications to increase dispatch eligibility include:

            • Aerial Lift Operator (if necessary)
            • Power Industrial Truck Operator (if necessary)
            • Certified Rigger and Signaller (if necessary)
            • Respiratory Training (Fit Tests) (if necessary)
            • Workplace Standard First Aid & CPR w/AED – Level A
            • Working in a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace

            *Contractors are required to assess, identify, and control hazard on their jobsites and request labour with corresponding compliance training. CORTM certified contractors are the most efficient and effective when it comes to this process.

            When is Fall Protection required in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • Generally required when working at 3m or more
            • When working above any surface that could injure an employee during a fall
            • When working above an open tank, bin, hopper, vat, etc.
            • Additionally, Fall Protection is required when working from: forklift platforms, elevating work platforms, fixed suspended work platforms, swing staging, boatswain’s chairs, suspended equipment, and personnel carrying equipment

            When is Confined Space training required in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • When the employee is working in an enclosed or partially enclosed space
            • When the working area is not designated or intended for continuous human occupancy
            • When there is restricted access or egress
            • When a space that is or may become hazardous to a person entering it because of its design, construction, location, atmosphere, or materials or substances in it or other conditions.

            When is Respiratory Training required in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • When an employee must use, issue, test, or maintain respiratory protection equipment
            • When an employee must supervise another employee using respiratory protection equipment
            • When deemed necessary under CSA Standard Z94.4-11 “Selection, Use and Care or Respirators”

            What is the minimum safe approach distance for electrical utilities in the Province of New Brunswick?

            Electrical Utility Line/湖北福彩精彩十分网点 VoltageMinimum Safe Approach Distance
            0 to 750 Volts(0.9m) 3 feet
            751 to 100,000 volts(3.6m) 12 feet
            100,001 to 250,000 volts(5.2m) 17 feet
            250,001 to 345,000 volts(6.1m) 20 feet

            How do I become a Journeyman Carpenter in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • Pre-Apprenticeship
            • Apprenticeship
            • Pre-Employment
            • Trade Qualification / Occupational Certification

            *To learn more about each option listed above, please visit:

            How do I become a Journeyman Millwright in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • Pre-Apprenticeship
            • Apprenticeship
            • Pre-Employment
            • Trade Qualification / Occupational Certification

            *To learn more about each option listed above, please visit:

            How do I become a Journeyman Scaffolder in the Province of New Brunswick?

            • UBC Canadian Scaffold Program (Levels 1-4)
            • Previously: Scaffold Builder Qualification (11-Week)

            **To learn more about each option listed above, please visit:

            I pay into my local training fund every pay cheque, what is this money used for?

            • Training deductions from members paycheques are purposed for a variety of training needs including safety training, general skills training, specialty skills training, leadership skills training, overhead/operating costs for facilities, staff, equipment and more!

            Why do I have to pay for my WHMIS, Fall Protection, and Confined Space for the first time?

            • Generally speaking, new members will obtain core safety training upon first joining the Union. Because new members won’t have any recorded working hours with the Union, they will not have contributed to their respective Training Trust Funds and therefore will not be able to access any training monies.

            I took a course through NBCSA (or another third party), why isn’t it on my Union training profile?

            • CMCNB is not automatically notified when a UBC member takes training elsewhere. It is asked that the member provide proof of training upon completion of any 3rd party training to ensure Union training profiles are kept up-to-date and members are eligible for dispatch

            What is the decision-making structure at the CMC New Brunswick?

            • Similar to other training centres, CMC New Brunswick is large in part under the guidance of its Training Director. It is funded by both the NB Carpenters Training Trust Fund and the NB Millwrights Training Trust Fund, both of which have a board of trustees. Additionally, CMC has a Board of Directors that the in which the Director must answer to. In part, the Director must simultaneously work with the goals of the Local Union, Provincial Manager, Council EST, and Canadian District as a whole.

            I am a concerned member regarding the training centre’s recent larger purchases for equipment and technology, where does that money come from?

            • Similar to how some courses tuitions are funded, many of the larger purchases for equipment and technology are often subsidized thanks to federal/provincial government funding. This is a result of the hard work done by the Director and supporting staff.

            How do I get more involved with training and my Local Union?

            • Member involvement is what the union is built on. If you are already a member who attends monthly membership meetings and community events, and is either a voluntary organizer, a shop steward, a delegate, or executive team member, you can volunteer your expertise and assist in the many ways your training centre and Local Union are growing.