SPATT Limited Passports have a three year expiry date.
After the successful completion of the two day Core and sector course a passport will be issued with a three year expiry date.
A one day refresher/renewal course can be completed by delegates ONLY if the renewal course falls within a nine month window, all except Petrol Retail and the Mineral Products (previously known as the Quarry passport) – Please read importance notice below!
Six months prior to the passport expiry date and three months after the passport expiry date. This nine month window allows plenty of time to arrange a suitable date for refresher training.
We would recommend a date is booked to allow for unforeseen circumstances. A planned refresher course may have to be cancelled last minute and the next available course may run after the expiry window has ended. This will lead to a delegate having to sit the full two day course again!
There will be no time gained or lost when renewing a passport as only the year of expiry will change, the date will continue to fall on the original date.
The Safety Pass Alliance of Trinidad and Tobago (SPATT) Limited aims to work with employers, employer associations, trade unions, stakeholders and other relevant bodies to design and develop training programmes tailored to suit each sector.