If I work for two different companies, do I need two certificates?

The short answer is yes.

The long answer is that generally speaking, your tasks from one job to another will be different, which means the hazards are different and so is the hands-on practice and evaluation.

The second argument is that your employer needs to file the records of your training which are specific to your tasks in that company and so because hazards are specific to that job, you need to redo certain parts of your training that are specific just to that company.

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