A COR is awarded to employers who have developed a health and safety program that meets standards established by the Ministry of Labour and an accredited certifying partner.
A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).
To get a COR (11 or more employees) or a SECOR (Small Employer with 10 or less employees), a company or business must first have a health and safety management system in place, and then have it successfully audited through a Certifying Partner.
If your business passes the audit, the Certifying Partner will jointly issue a COR with the Government of Alberta.
For more information read Responsibilities of a COR holder
List of certifying Partners:
Gonda Safety Consulting provides COR Audit Preparation in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan