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Proposed Policy Amendments and Practice Materials Regarding the Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program

Source: WorkSafeBC.com The Policy, Regulation and Research Division is releasing a discussion paper on proposed policy amendments to the Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program. In addition, the Industry and Labour Services Department is releasing practice materials on proposed program developments. The COR Program is a voluntary employer certification program designed to encourage employers in B.C. … Read More


Internal Auditor Course Coming to Prince George September 13 & 14, 2018!

Do you live in or around the Prince George area? Have you registered for the Certificate of Recognition Program (COR)? Once you’ve registered there is no time limit as to when you have to start the process. One step toward this is having someone within your organization complete the 2 day Internal Auditor Course on … Read More


Audit Interview Sampling

Before a company can proceed with a COR audit, they must complete and submit a Notice of Audit (NOA) to SafetyDriven – TSCBC. The main function of the NOA is to formally initiate the audit process. The most important section of the NOA is the “Audit Sampling Plan” on page three. The Audit Sampling Plan … Read More


Congratulations to Our New COR Certified Companies!

Congratulations to our new COR certified companies: Ram Environmental Response Ltd. and Independent Owner Operators Eric McCooeye and Josue Donan! All have achieved a Certificate of Recognition through SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC! Ram Environmental Response Ltd. The Certificate of Recognition, or COR, acknowledges the long established truck dealership’s commitment to workplace safety. … Read More


What Does Naturally Aligned Classification Unit Mean?

Have you ever wondered why not all trucking-related companies are certified for COR through SafetyDriven-TSCBC? Don’t all trucking companies certify via SafetyDriven-TSCBC? Yes. No. It depends… For this particular topic I think it will be best to quote selections from an addendum in the Standards & Guidelines, the rulebook for the COR program in BC. … Read More


COR – The Bigger Picture

What are the benefits of attaining COR certification? Here is a typical list of some of the main benefits: • Incentive payment of up to 10% of the employers base rate • Pre-qualification to work for certain large employers or prime contractors • Competitive advantage over non-COR certified employers during bidding • Lower premium via … Read More


Congratulations to Our New COR Certified Companies!

Congratulations to our new COR certified companies: E.A.L. Truck & Crane Ltd. and Coast 2000 Terminals Ltd.! All have achieved a Certificate of Recognition through SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC! E.A.L. Truck & Crane Ltd Coast 2000 Terminals Ltd. The Certificate of Recognition, or COR, acknowledges the long established truck dealership’s commitment to … Read More


Congratulations to Our New COR Certified Companies!

Congratulations to our new COR certified companies: Posse Heavy Haul Ltd., Canada Cartage and Kool Pak Canada!  All have achieved a Certificate of Recognition through SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC! Posse Heavy Haul Ltd. Canada Cartage Kool Pak Canada The Certificate of Recognition, or COR, acknowledges the long established truck dealership’s commitment to … Read More


What Standard Is Your Company Meeting?

The COR audit is a voluntary standard. Achieving COR certification indicates that a company’s Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) is functioning at a level sufficient to pass the COR audit. Typically, certification also indicates that a company’s HSMS is functioning above the minimum level required by either the Workers Compensation Act and Occupational Health … Read More


Let Us Know

Imagine you worked at a Certifying Partner, let’s say SafetyDriven. You have an assemblage of COR certified companies in a database and you track each company’s status and progress as the year progresses. You also accumulate and store all of the documentation associated with each company’s annual COR audit. That sounds reasonably straightforward, but in … Read More


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