Who is SAFE?

The SAFE Certified list is updated weekly.

Click here to access the SAFE Certified Companies list.

To verify a company is SAFE Certified that is not published on the SAFE list, contact us for a real-time update.

2,730 companies are SAFE Certified (March 2024)

BC map SAFE companies

If the pdf list is being viewed electronically, the certificate number, legal name and trade name are all searchable.

Depending on how you are viewing the document, you can use some of these search tips. (Please note: these are only suggestions and may not work for all device types).

Open the document and then:

  • From a PC: Try CTRL + F 
  • From a MAC: Try ⌘ + F (Command + F)
  • From an iPhone: (from a webpage using Safari) Click on the Safe List link in your browser, select the upload button, select find, type in name in search bar


There will be a significant change to the SAFE Companies program taking place in 2024 impacting employers that normally submit audits in December. 

 All other employers with audit due dates between January and November will not be impacted by this change.

The year-end audit due date will now be November 30th (from December 31st).

Why is the year-end audit deadline changing?

In consultation with the SAFE Companies Advisory Committee and BCFSC Program Committee, the year end audit due date is being changed to November 30thThis means that all audits normally submitted in December will need to be completed (last day of data collection for BASE) by November 30th.

This new date will benefit employers and BCFSC by: 

  1. Providing employers that normally submit an audit in December with additional time to achieve a successful audit result and be eligible for the COR incentive.
  2. Reducing pressure on external auditors to complete audits in December.
  3. Allowing BCFSC staff to schedule site visits earlier in the year which will benefit injury reduction with workers.
  4. Alleviating the significant audit review surge in January and February providing BCFSC staff with an opportunity to focus on preparing the COR incentive forecast for WorkSafeBC.

What does this mean?

All audits will now be required to be completed and submitted (last day of data collection for BASE) by November 30th for an audit period between November 2023 to October 2024.

What if I can’t meet the new deadline this year?

2024 will be a transition year as employers and auditors adjust to accommodate the November 30th due date. New Certifications or vital Recertifications to reacquire SAFE Certification in December will continue to be accepted.