Outside of BC CHI is not going to be challenged by ASTTBC. ASTTBC is only going to defend the use in BC.
What is more of a concern is the fact that OAHI knew the use of CHI would not be persued by ASTTBC outside of BC and knowingly sent a letter to ASTTBC reporting me for something OAHI had no jurisdiction or power to do. Clearly this was done to intimidate me and to show how OAHI would deal with whistle blowers or people they felt threatened by. When I queried OAHI asking to see the agreement they had with ASTTBC and or how the by-laws supported OAHI position guess what? OAHI did not answer my query. Seems they like to throw their weight around and then hide from being able to establish or prove they have the power. Scary indeed that this is tolerated by a body that likes to see itself as the voice of the Inspection industry in Ontario.
Even more of a concern is the DPPC Chair of OAHI and VP knowingly acted with bias intent. Of concern also is that this same person is on the CAHPI BOD representing Ontario. What does that instill? Certainly it doesn’t instill confidence; at least in Ontario fair treatment and due process is not to be had thats what it instills!