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 may be earned by eligible employers.

Note: COR Terms and Conditions (as of Dec 2017)

 

COR incentive payments and eligibility

The COR rebate payment is issued annually by WSBC to eligible employers. To receive a COR incentive payment, an employer must:

The COR incentive payment, paid by WSBC usually in June of the year after the audit, is automatically calculated using an employer’s assessable payroll and the base rate for the certified classification unit(s) for the audit and incentive year. Additional COR information

BCFSC provides WSBC with the COR recommendation and will advise the employer if they have been recommended for COR. The employer does not need to take any further action in order to receive the COR incentive payment for their submission once they have been recommended to WSBC.

WorkSafeBC’s governing body, the Board of Directors (BoD), approved the release of a policy discussion paper and draft policies to stakeholders for comment. Through Town Hall feedback and SAFE Companies Advisory Committee input, the BCFSC has provided input to WorkSafeBC’s proposed new Certificate of Recognition (COR) Policy so that we can ensure that WorkSafeBC receives the best feedback to help shape final policy and regulation. Click here for COR feedback from industry. On November 22, 2017 WSBC Board of Directors extended the existing Partners program and policies until December 31, 2018. 



Eligible auditors

For purposes of submissions and COR, an “auditor” is the permanent employee or owner of the company that completes training and submits audits.



COR eligible auditors

For COR eligible audits, the auditor must:

If an auditor does not meet all of the above requirements on time, they become ineligible. In order to regain eligibility, the auditor must start the process over with the full initial OHS auditor training.



SAFE eligible audits

For SAFE eligible audits that are not COR eligible, the auditor must:



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