Planner licences are issued pursuant to Ontario legal requirements and are valid only in Ontario. An Ontario licensed toxic substance reduction planner is able to make recommendations to improve a plan and certify the plan of any regulated facility in the Province of Ontario. The ministry will issue an 8.5” X 11” toxic substance reduction planner licence to all successful candidates.
The toxic substance reduction planner licence expires five years after it is issued.
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In order to renew a licence, a planner must submit the application form, pay the total renewal fee ($275) and have obtained a total of 60 professional development credits over the five-year licence period (one hour equals one credit):
Planners are required to retake the course and examination if their licence expires. A planner may request an extension of up to 90 days by contacting the ministry prior to the licence expiration.
Licences can be replaced upon payment of a $75 fee.
Please notify the Ministry of the Environment at firstname.lastname@example.org when you become aware of the loss.
Please notify the Ministry of the Environment at email@example.com, if you change your name and/or address. The replacement fee of $75 will apply for a name change.
The Ministry of the Environment may refuse to issue or renew a licence and may suspend or revoke a licence if: