IN ADDITION, the information in this course is also extremely relevant to concrete producer operations personnel. Concrete Ontario encourages all Active Members to send representatives so that they are aware of the exact requirements of the various Concrete Ontario certification programs.
- Additional Requirements: Consulting Engineers shall maintain Errors & Omissions Insurance of not less than 1,000,000 and shall maintain Commercial General Liability Insurance with a limit of coverage of not less than $2,000,000 and shall list Concrete Ontario as an “additional Insured”.
- Annual Auditors’ Fee: There is an annual auditors’ fee to be listed on the Concrete Ontario Approved Auditors’ List. Once you have completed the course and are eligible to become a Concrete Ontario Auditing Engineer, you will be invoiced for the Annual Fee.
8:30 am – Registration & Introduction
8:45 am – Raw Material Requirements and Material Handling
9:45 am – Batching and Admixture Dispensing Equipment
10:30 am – Scale Check Agreement
10:45 am – Break
11:00 am – Plant Automation
11:15 am – Truck & Mobile Mixers, Agitating & Non-Agitating Units
12:00 pm – Lunch (Included)
12:30 pm – Concrete Ticketing System
1:00 pm – Audit walk-through at a nearby plant
2:45 pm – Mix Design Statistical Analysis / ECO Certified Concrete Facility Audit & Check List
4:15 pm – Written Examination (Closed Book)