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JRC DESIGNATED COMPETENT PERSON QUALIFICATION (DCP)

How to achieve DCP Qualification 


Before being allowed to supervise or manage JRC team members, JRC subcontractors or work alone in the field, you must do the following:


- Successfully complete JRC OSHA-30 Construction Safety training

- Successfully complete JRC CPR/First Aid/AED certification training

- Successfully complete all site-specific task competency verification

- Obtain Letter of Competency from JRC EH&S Administrator

- Be named by JRC EH&S Administrator and accepted as DCP on project Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)


(All supervisors and managers are required by JRC policy to achieve DCP Qualification status)


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