4S Breakfast Seminar on Certificate of Recognition (COR) is your chance to know more about COR in Ontario. Moreover, COR breakfast seminar helps you understand how COR improves your occupational health and safety initiatives through a well-defined program.
COR health and safety program is a standard endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA). Further, it provides employers with an effective tool to assess their existing health and safety management system. In Ontario, Infrastructure Health and Safety Association is the only registrar that provides Certificate of Recognition (COR). In fact, COR is fast-becoming a mandatory requirement for bidding on projects of most municipalities and organizations. Therefore, to be ahead of competition in the race is in your best interest. Hence, we recommend you not to delay completing the COR process.
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4S COR seminars are an ideal place for you to network with other industry peers. Moreover, you can get to know challenges that your peers are facing in terms of Ontario COR. In fact, you will get to interact with your peers, which makes it easier for you to understand your hurdles in achieving COR certification. First of all, you have already put in all the initial efforts required to become COR certified in Ontario. However, it is not too uncommon to lose focus on COR with a busy business season ahead and many projects to handle. Please note that by delaying COR, you are increasing the chances of losing projects to competition despite registering for COR.
Therefore, you have more than one reason to ensure that you don’t lose your COR momentum. In fact, this is the perfect time for you to step on the gas and work even harder to become COR certified. Hence, attending informative seminars on COR can be a good step to understand various ways of making the COR process easier in Ontario.
4S Consulting keeps conducting Breakfast Seminars on COR at different venues in Ontario.
We keep conducting Breakfast Seminars on COR health and safety program at different venues in Ontario. Further, we recently conducted a breakfast seminar on Certificate of Recognition (COR) on May 24, 2018 at the OGCA, Mississauga.
Here’s what you can gain from attending a 4S COR breakfast seminar:
- COR seminar will be a good place for you to network with industry peers.
- Discuss key developments such as the York Region making COR mandatory, going forward, key aspects of Occupational Health and Safety, and much more.
- You can take stock of where you are in terms of achieving the IHSA COR certification.
- You can get to know about online tools for managing your organization’s health and safety, which will help in gaining COR certification.
- Know more about mandatory training compliance as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act and other helpful advisory services, which will make the process for gaining Certificate of Recognition (COR) easier.
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What is COR™?
The Certificate of Recognition (COR) is a standard that is endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA) providing employers with an effective tool to assess their health and safety management system.
How does it affect you?
COR™ is aimed at driving positive workplace behavior and practices that lead to improved performance. Moreover, it is currently being used across Canada and is a pre-qualification requirement for many contractors working. Further, COR™ is fast becoming a requirement to bid and work on projects by large organization such as GTAA, Metrolinx, and others. Furthermore, Certificate of Recognition is a great way to show potential clients that your company has an active and up-to-date health and safety program. Moreover, it also shows that you have a stong management system in place. Therefore, COR certification puts you ahead of the competition.
The IHSA is the ‘Authority having Jurisdiction’ to grant COR™ in the province of Ontario. Ontario COR™ standards looks at 19 elements that promotes health and safety workplace behavior. To become COR™ certified a firm must submit an internal audit based on the standard and then pass an external audit by IHSA.
4S Consulting can help!
Join us to learn more about how to achieve COR™ certification and obtain the tools for your organization’s health and safety management systems to become certified. With this information you can make your certification process as seamless and hassle-free as possible!