The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is responsible for certification of Exposure Device Operators (EDO). The Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) National Non-Destructive Testing Certification Body (NDTCB) serves as the qualifying body for the CNSC's EDO written examination, which is administered in a similar process as other written NDTCB network of test centres. The NDTCB will issue a photo identification card to candidates who are successful on the EDO written examination; this identification card is to be used in conjunction with a valid CEDO card issued by the CNSC.
For more information please contact CNSC.
- Discover what is required and how to apply for the initial EDO Examination.
- Access the forms needed for Initial EDO Examination registration, with instructions for filling out and submitting them.
- Find out how to renew your NRCan Photo identification card.
- Read everything you need to know about registering for initial written examinations, including details about how to register for re-examinations.
- The PCP-09 examination is not available at Special Test Centres. Please see the following list of Approved EDO Test Centres.
- Find out how to contact the NRCan National NDT Certification Body, including our opening hours and how to direct your inquiry.
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