Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program
The Certificate of Recognition (COR) program is a certification and incentive program that rewards employers who go above and beyond the legal requirements of the Workers Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. COR certified employers can receive an annual financial incentive of up to 10% of their WorkSafeBC premiums.
The COR program is available to large employers (20 or more full-time equivalent employees). Fewer than 20 employees? Check out the Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) program here.
Registering your business with the Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program makes a strong statement as an employer about how much you value your workers while providing you with up to 10% off your base WorkSafeBC premiums.
|Save up to 10% on WorkSafeBC Premiums
COR certified employees can receive an annual financial incentive of up to 10% of their base WorkSafeBC premiums.
|Keep your staff healthy and safe
Registering for the COR program shows how committed you are to ensuring that workers and workplaces are safe and secure from injury, illness, and disease.
The process of achieving your COR certification is straightforward and will bolster your company’s safety management system, saving you time and money.
|Build a positive corporate image
A high concern for safe operations and the health and safety of employees is a positive message that is carried into the community by not only employees, but also suppliers and customers.
Our website has a wealth of information about the COR program, including an overview of the program, a detailed overview of the audit process, a self-assessment guide, and a health and safety toolkit to help your business achieve COR certification.
COR Certified Organizations
|Panorama Mountain Resort
Learn more about Panorama Mountain Resort experiences with the COR program and why they felt it was so important to integrate the program into their business.
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Small employers are eligible to participate in SECOR, a version of COR specifically designed for businesses with fewer than 20 employees. SECOR offers similar benefits that large businesses enjoy, but with a slightly different process and audit tool that takes into account the size of the operation in order to increase small employers’ success.
Employers who successfully achieve the SECOR certification are eligible to receive an annual financial incentive equating to the lesser of $1000 or 75% of their annual WorkSafeBC premiums. Most importantly, through SECOR small employers will develop a safety management program that keeps their employees safe, helps with recruitment and retention, and minimizes the potential costs of workplace accidents and injuries.
For more information, contact the go2HR Industry Health & Safety Team.