Our international plumbers are trained to:

  • CPVC plastic pipes and fittings
  • Floor drains: aggregate Drains of buckets and funnel drains
  • Drainage system design, Identify the importance of the mandatory location of underground services in relation to sanitary or storm drainage systems.
  • Wet ventilation
  • Recognize and evaluate dangerous conditions: reduced to 1 hour
  • Size of individual vents: increased by 1 hour
  • Codes, regulations and standards
  • Waste pipe systems
  • Renowned temperature and pressure relief valves Relief valves
  • Water and heat transfer properties
  • State requirements for heat traps for a hot water tank
  • Know the specific gravity of liquids compared to water, such as oil, ice, steam, mercury, lead
  • Indirect and special waste
  • Sediment interceptors
  • Water meters
  • Water cabinets, urinals, discharge tanks and flow meters
  • British thermal units
  • Storm drainage systems
  • Renowned hydronic heating systems Hydronic systems
  • National Plumbing Code


Identify, interpret and apply applicable acts, codes, regulations and directives including:

  • WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)
  • OHSA (Occupational Health and Safety Act)
  • CSAO (Construction Safety Association of Ontario)
  • OBC (Ontario Building Code)
  • WSIB (Workers Safety Insurance Board)
  • EPA (Environmental Protection Act)
  • ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
  • TSSA (Technical Standards and Safety Authority)
  • DGTA (Dangerous Goods Transportation Act)
  • OFC (Ontario Fire Code)
  • NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
  • CEC (Canadian Electrical Code)
  • Municipal requirements, and company policies.