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Steps To Get a COR

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COR Annual Service Fees

There is an annual fee for COR-related services. View our COR Fee table.

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To acquire a Certificate of Recognition (COR), an employer must take the following steps:

  • If you are in Alberta, you will need to register your company in the WCB Partnerships in Injury Reduction program.
  • Develop and implement a health and safety management system that meets provincial standards.
  • Select an Enform Certified Health and Safety Auditor.
  • Have an audit completed and achieve a passing mark (80% overall score, with no less than 50% in any one element.)
  • Have your auditor submit the audit to Enform for a quality assurance review.
  • A COR will be issued for audits that meet the required standards.

If you have a comprehensive health and safety management system in place, the time required to complete an audit and have it reviewed by Enform could be very short.

However, if you need to develop a health and safety management system, the time required to complete the COR process will be significantly longer. You can make use of Enform’s training and in-house expertise and/or contract health and safety professionals to create a health and safety management system.

Once you have a COR, you need to maintain it annually. Learn more about maintaining a COR.

SECOR

Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR)

If your company has less than 11 employees, your company is eligible for a Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) certification, which has a different audit protocol and requirements than the COR.

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MECOR

Medium Employer Certificate of Recognition (MECOR)

The Medium Employer Certificate of Recognition (MECOR) is designed for growing SECOR certified companies or new companies to the COR program who have 10-19 employees. The audit protocol and requirements are slightly different than the standard COR process.

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