MPR2019 on the horizon, finally

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The Dieselduck
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Draft TP2293

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Here is the draft TP2293, which is the document that will ultimately lay out how seafarers in Canada achieves certification.
ITEM 4 - TP2293E - EN.pdf
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I haven't read it yet, just got it - have a read and post your comments here.
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Re: MPR2019 on the horizon, finally

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2019 is starting to wind down and there seems to still not be any set timeline for the implementation of what might be the mis-named MPR2019

Does anybody have any information on when it will come in effect?

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Re: MPR2019 on the horizon, finally

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This is the TP, not the MPRs. The TP explains what is required to meet the MPRs, that's all.
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