4S Consulting provides you with complete COR Certification support in Ontario
Certificate of Recognition (COR)
COR certification process can be challenging
Accomplishing COR certification process can be a hefty task, especially if you need your resources allocated elsewhere. Therefore, getting help from expert COR consultants is a good idea. On one hand, they will do all the leg-work necessary for COR. On the other hand, they will mentor your team for managing COR. What’s more, they can provide you with all the required tools and technological support to achieve and maintain COR certification.
Online tools to support COR – If they are not ‘easy’, they are not going to work for you
There are many online tools to help you go through your COR journey. However, you must ensure that the tools you choose fit into the requirements of your business. Furthermore, they must support you in building and managing a sustainable health and safety program. Last, but not the least, the online tools you choose must make achieving and maintaining COR easy for you and your staff.
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Why should you come to our seminar?
This is your chance to learn more about online tools that can support you for achieving and maintaining COR certification. Furthermore, learn from expert COR™ Consultant / Associate External COR™ Auditor of the Infrastructure Health & Safety Association (IHSA) about COR. What’s more, get vital tips on what to look for when you are trying to implement an online tool.
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CLICK HERE to know more about IHSA COR certification to bid on projects in the York Region.
COR Certification is rapidly becoming a requirement to bid on projects by large organizations. These include such as Metrolinkx, GTAA, TTC, Infrastructure Ontario, York region, City of Brampton, City of Milton, and City of Toronto. Therefore, to help you become COR™ certified, we have come up with our Full COR Assistance Service.
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Here are the components of our Full COR Assistance Service, guaranteed to get you COR™ certified:
First, we start off with a Gap Analysis. Then, we look at your current health and safety program along with your policies and procedures. Next, we evaluate how they compare to the IHSA COR standard. In fact, Gap Analysis serves as a roadmap for achieving IHSA COR compliance. Furthermore, it highlights where the gaps exist. Thus, it shows you the areas you need to focus on. Therefore, a hazard assessment acts as a strong due diligence document, since it reflects on your consistent efforts to improve your program. In conclusion, Gap Analysis is a good starting point for us to get a good understanding of your existing program. In conclusion. it will show you a roadmap of where you currently are and where you need to be.
A hazard assessment is a critical component in meeting the COR™ standard for your business. Therefore, during the hazard assessment phase, we assess your current workplace environment and workflow from start to finish. Furthermore, we identify all the points of risk. Hence, it is clear what policies, procedures, and training are required for each checkpoint to ensure OHS due diligence. Moreover, this will be compiled into a report, which will be used in your work manual. On top of that, when you integrate your hazard assessment into your business, you will start seeing the difference right away.
Hazard Assessment – A Systematic Approach
Hazard assessment is a systematic approach for mitigating OHS risks. For starters, no hazard analysis is going to capture every task and the associated hazards with that task. In fact, people generally tend to forget some of the things they do. Moreover, they may change the way they perform certain tasks because of using broken or new machinery or technological upgrades. Therefore, hazard analysis is going to change over time as you uncover new tasks. What’s more, you will simultaneously discover new hazards during performing your various tasks.
Thus, you will need to adjust your task operations accordingly. Therefore, the flow is the most critical part of your hazard analysis. Subsequently, it will help you determine the activities that give you the end result. Furthermore, your hazard assessment allows you to identify the training, equipment, and procedures that need to be followed up on. Once you have the job hazard analysis (JHA), you need to integrate it into your business flow. Next, you need to update your health and safety management system based on your latest updated hazard assessment.
First, you perform a hazard assessment. Next, you are ready to develop your health and safety program. Then, we will update your policies and procedures to meet the COR™ standard. Additionally, we will customize your policies and procedures to blend in with your unique work environment. Next, we will compile your Health and Safety Manual. Then, we will organize it in accordance to the IHSA COR elements. Further, we will administer all the necessary training as a part of the COR program implementation. In the end, our primary focus is to ensure that your company embraces health and safety as part of its organizational culture.
4SafeCom™ – Helps in COR certification process
4SafeCom™ is a highly-customizable, device-independent¹ online health and safety management system. What’s more, it helps employers track training records of employees, manage OHS documentation, assign to-do list, and much more. In fact, what makes our online system unique are its user-friendly features. Moreover, the system tracks equipment and facility inspections. Also, it tracks reports that help employers measure the efficacy of all their safety initiatives. Thus, employers can develop and maintain their OHS program effectively using the 4SafeCom online system. Furthermore, using 4SafeCom™, employers can manage administrative functions such as time-off requests, accident reports, and claims management easily.
What’s more, our safety consultants and tech support team will work in tandem with you to ensure that you be and stay in compliance through 4SafeCom™. Thus, be it changes to the occupational health and safety laws, regulations, or updating of procedures, we are there to help you. Besides, they strive to ensure to keep your online training library updated with the latest legislated training. Most of all, 4SafeCom™ is a complete solution for sustaining your health and safety program, which is a key component in maintaining COR™ compliance.
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Internal Audit Submission
We will train and assist your internal auditor to prepare all the required documentation. In addition, we will help your internal auditor plan the supporting information for your internal audit submission. At this stage, we will help you prepare for the audit interviews. Also, our team will work with you to ensure you meet the audit requirements and get through the interviews successfully.
4S believes that your company must embrace safety as part of your corporate culture. In fact, that is the only way to reduce risk and ensure your employees get home to their loved ones every night. In addition, the idea of COR compliance truly promotes this philosophy. Therefore, you need perform an internal audit to ensure that you are doing the necessary work to embrace this philosophy. You will have to do this every year to remain in good standing and receive your letter. During the monitoring phase, we will monitor your health and safety program. As part of this process, we meet your team periodically to help improve your program. Thus, we can ensure that your company embraces the safety culture.
IHSA COR health and safety program is becoming a buzz word these days, especially in the southern Ontario region. In fact, with TTC, GTA, GTAA, City of Brampton, and York Region, among others consistently asking for COR certification, the demand for COR is only going to increase. Therefore, COR certification provides companies with the best chance of showing how dedicated they are towards workplace health and safety. Moreover, the COR™ certification helps contractors win the confidence of the owners of construction projects. In fact, this is largely because of a health and safety program, which COR certified companies will have on an ongoing basis.
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Here’s how we’ll help you maintain your COR momentum through the seminar:
- COR™ seminar is a good place to network with other industry peers. Moreover, you can discuss the IHSA COR challenges they are facing in Ontario.
- Further, you can get key tips on simplifying the complex-looking IHSA COR process in Ontario.
- Furthermore, you can get into interactive discussions on key developments such as the York Region making IHSA COR mandatory, among other developments.
- In fact, COR™ seminar is a good place to get more information on all the mandatory training compliance requirements in Ontario as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
- Moreover, COR™ seminar will provide you with helpful advisory services, which will help in making the Ontario COR certification process easier for you.
- Most of all, you can do a quick evaluation of where you stand in terms of achieving the Ontario COR certification
¹ System works on an HTML5 platform. Any browser that can run HTML5 can work with our system – as opposed to device dependent apps.