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WorkSafeBC Certificate of Recognition (COR) program

The COR program encourages employers to create an occupational health and safety management system that goes beyond current legal requirements. The voluntary program recognizes employers that are proactive about improving workplace safety, and dedicated to continual improvement. The BCFSC is a Certifying Partner for the COR Program.

COR incentive payments and eligibility

The COR incentive payment is issued annually by WorkSafeBC to eligible employers. To receive a COR incentive payment, an employer must meet the COR Terms and Conditions, including:

BCFSC advises the employer if they have been recommended for COR. The employer does not need to take any further action.

WorkSafeBC is conducting a review of the COR program. A summary of the major changes BCFSC believes will affect forestry employer can be found here: www.bcforestsafe.org/node/3159



COR eligible auditors

Companies may train an internal auditor or hire a certified BCFSC external auditor.

An internal auditor is a permanent employee or owner of the company that completes training and submits audits.

For COR eligible audits, the auditor must:

If an auditor does not meet ALL of the above requirements on time, they are no longer eligible to conduct COR audits. In order to regain eligibility, the auditor must retrain.
 



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