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COR Policy Manual – Large Employer COR Certification

Section Description

This section describes how large employers obtain and retain a Certificate of Recognition (COR).

Key Points

To obtain and retain a Certificate of Recognition large employers must:

  1. Pass a certification audit.
  2. Have an employee become certified as a COR internal auditor.
  3. Complete maintenance audits as required.
  4. Complete recertification audits as required.

Policy

Registration

  1. Large Employers must be doing business with more than twenty employees.
  2. Reference: Employer Registration

Large Employer Training

  1. A representative of the employer must complete a health and safety management training course which is provided, endorsed, or recognized by SafetyDriven – Trucking Safety Council of BC (SafetyDriven).
  2. A representative of the employer must complete a course of training and become certified as an internal auditor as described in the policy: Large Employer Internal Auditors.

Audit Preparation/Safety Evaluation

  1. Following training, and prior to a certification audit, large employers should evaluate their operations to determine their degree of compliance with the elements of the Large Employers Audit tool.
  2. Any shortfalls or gaps in their compliance with the audit tool should be addressed prior to any formal certification audit.

Audits

  1. Successful completion of a certifying audit is required before an employer can obtain a Certificate of Recognition.
  2. Maintenance audits are required at the end of the first and second year following certification.
  3. A successful recertification audit is required at the end of the third year following certification to retain certification.

Loss of Certificate of Recognition

A large employer will have their Certificate of Recognition removed for the following reasons:

  1. They are no longer registered with SafetyDriven.
  2. Failure to complete a maintenance audit.
  3. Failure of a recertification audit.
  4. Evidence of fraudulent activity or misrepresentation in the Certificate of Recognition process.

Appeals Process

  1. Any disagreement with a decision of SafetyDriven with regard to any aspect of the certification process must be communicated in writing to the council.
  2. The process for filing a dispute and the steps to its resolution are described in the policy: Dispute Resolution.

References

  1. Employer Registration
  2. Large Employer Internal Auditors
  3. Large Employer Audit Tool

 

Last Reviewed March 23, 2018

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