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- Is it current?
- Are you COR certified?
- Do you want to be COR certified?
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What is COR™?
The Certificate of Recognition Program (COR™) is an occupational health and safety accreditation program that verifies a fully implemented safety & health program which meets national standards. The objectives of COR™ are to provide industry employers with an effective safety and health management system to reduce incidents, accidents and injuries as well as their associated human and financial costs.
COR™ is nationally trademarked and endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA) of which the WORKSAFELY™ Program is a member.
The WORKSAFELY™ Program is an ‘Authority Having Jurisdiction’ to grant COR™ in the province of Manitoba. In achieving this national safety program accreditation in Manitoba, the WORKSAFELY™ Program practices the utmost diligence to ensure that the national COR™ standards are upheld. With one common audit instrument utilized across Canada, the national standard is clear: Minimum 50% in each element and an overall audit score of 80%.
COR™ is now frequently used as a prequalification and/or condition of contract by public and private project owners across Canada. COR™ is endorsed by Manitoba Labour, Workplace Safety and Health Division and the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB). COR™ Certified status is the ultimate distinction verifying companies which have implemented a comprehensive safety program.
MANITOBA GOVERNMENT TENDERING POLICY COR™ / SECOR CERTIFICATION – SUBCONTRACTORS
The June 2011 changes to the Manitoba Government Tendering Policy (including those of Manitoba Infrastructure & Transportation) require COR™ or SECOR certification for both contractors and subcontractors as a Condition of Contract.
Effective May 1, 2015 – All existing and newly registered companies with the MHCA WORKSAFELY™ program will be held to this new process.