Why should I register with ROTOR?
All current and new employees and sub-contractors will be required to register with ROTOR. Only employees and sub-contractors that are registered and qualified will be eligible for project opportunities.
What happens when I submit my resume?
Your resume will be reviewed and, if accepted, you will receive a temporary password that will allow you to continue the registration process.
What happens when I receive a registration package?
You will need to complete the online registration package following which you will be eligible for project opportunities based on your qualifications.
Do I need to remember the initial computer-generated password?
No. When you first visit the site after receiving your temporary password you will be prompted to create your own permanent password.
What safety certificates are mandatory?
- OSSA Confined Space
- OSSA Fall Protection
- Highly recommended: H2S, First Aid
Is there anything else I have to do once I’ve completed my registration on ROTOR?
Please keep your account information up to date. All personal information, certificates, etc. can be updated at any time by logging into your account. It is important to keep your records accurate and up to date as ROTOR is the primary tool that we use to select individuals for upcoming projects.
Will ROTOR let me know if a certificate has expired?
Yes, you will receive automatic notifications one month prior to your tickets expiring. Please ensure to update your ROTOR account once you have updated your tickets.
What happens to my data once it is uploaded?
Your information will be stored in a secure, encrypted on-line server. We will use your information for hiring, payroll, WCB clearance reporting, insurance monitoring, certificate verification and proof of qualifications.