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COR Service Certification

Have you considered the benefits of holding a Certificate of Recognition (COR)?  We can provide a gap analysis of your current health and safety program and then work with you to achieve and maintain a COR with the Certifying Partner that best represents your industry.  Holding a COR has its advantages including; lower WCB premiums and preferred status on vendor hiring lists.

The following is a general overview of the COR certification process:

The employer contacts the certifying partner for its industry to register in the COR program.
Once registered, the certifying partner will provide the program details and information that is needed to qualify for COR.
The employer then develops or modifies its occupational health and safety management system so it aligns with COR program standards, with the guidance of the certifying partner.
A qualified auditor performs an audit of the organization's health and safety management system.
The certifying partner conducts a quality assurance review of the audit report.
If the employer passes the audit and the certifying partner determines the audit to have met the requirements, then WorkSafeBC or Alberta OHS initiates the process of issuing a certificate.
The certifying partner awards the employer with a certificate of recognition

Holding a COR has its advantages including; lower WCB premiums and preferred status on vendor hiring lists.

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