Steps to COR
1) Registration and Self Assessment
2) Program Enhancement
Benefits of Participating in the COR Program
A functioning Health and Safety Program helps ensure workers and workplaces are safe from injury, illness and disease. This is accomplished through hazard identification, assessment and control.
Annual incentive payments are awarded to eligible employers who have earned a Certificate of Recognition (COR). An employer can receive a 10% incentive payment based on their annual premium paid to WorkSafeBC in the prior year by having a functioning health and safety program at the workplace.
A successful audit result of 80% or higher is required to receive a Certificate of Recognition.
AgSafe is Agriculture’s Certifying Partner
Certifying Partners are typically safety associations, recognized by WorkSafeBC as having in-depth industry knowledge that is used to promote and develop workplace health and safety.
Agricultural employers must register with AgSafe to take part in the program.
AgSafe guides the employer to implement a Health and Safety program, complete and pass a COR audit by providing:
- Industry specific education, training and resources
- Free registration of employers in the program
- Conducting a baseline or qualifying audit
- Audit tools for large and small employers
- An industry specific auditor
- Internal auditor training
- Confidentiality and quality assurance of employers records and audits
AgSafe will ensure that WorkSafeBC is aware of all COR certified employers.