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What Will Make You Decide To Get COR?

One of the big questions employers face is: should safety come before productivity? COR certified Companies might just answer ‘both.’ Let’s explore why. COR companies often see the benefit of: Reduced exposure to fines, or legal action Cost savings through loss reduction Improved productivity and efficiency Enhanced reputation with stakeholders While workers often see: Fewer … Read More


The Audit Cycle – Keeping Your COR

The COR audit runs on a three year cycle and has several points where timing is key. Initial certification is in year one. Years two and three are maintenance audits. The cycle starts over in year four with a re-certification audit. Maintenance audits allow some flexibility in timing but must have at least six months … Read More


The Importance Of Being COR Certified

What does being COR certified mean? COR stands for Certificate of Recognition and employers need health and safety programs that meet industry standards in order to qualify. Below, I’ve listed some of the benefits COR certified companies enjoy. COR shows that your company is an industry leader in health and safety. COR certified companies take … Read More


What’s that called?

Reprinted from February 19, 2016 Did you know that the COR program is also called the Partners Program? Technically, it’s called the Partners in Injury and Disability Prevention Program. WorkSafeBC has a division of employees that administer the Partners Program, and provide oversight for all of the certifying partners in BC, who in turn administer … Read More


SafetyDriven-TSCBC announces the appointment of Michelle Byun to the position of COR Advisor

SafetyDriven -TSCBC is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Byun to the position of Certificate of Recognition (COR) Advisor, where she will administer the council’s Certificate of Recognition Program. Michelle will further strengthen our team of safety professionals as our organization strives for continuous improvement and further the success of our COR Program. Michelle … Read More


A Matter of Timing

What’s that I hear? Can it be? It sounds like… Nooooooooooo… Christmas music. Yup. Halloween has been packed up and it’s ho, ho, ho all the way to the end of the year. Now, the end of the year is a special time for COR too. No doubt COR runs on a three-year cycle and … Read More


Means to an End – Audit Techniques

This blog is about audit techniques. You know… ones like the kihon document ploy, ushiro observation stance, and lest we forget, the Domo Arigato interview exit strategy. Seriously though. Auditing isn’t just grabbing an audit tool and going at it. Auditing is a process. It is the real-world application of a concept. As such, the … Read More


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