Many construction projects slow down this time of year, which makes it a good time to receive Certificate of Recognition® (COR®) training. COR® is a health and safety certification program for construction industry employers. The program is designed to assist companies in the development and maintenance of a company-wide health and safety management program. Firms receive accreditation upon completion of COR® training, development, and implementation of a company-wide safety program, and internal and external safety reviews.
Specifically, the COR® Program helps construction companies understand OH&S legislation, and employer and worker rights and responsibilities. Understanding these rights and obligations can also help firms avoid liability and ensure due diligence. Through participation in the COR® program, construction industry employers and employees come to recognize that injury prevention must be an integral part of their business conduct and daily working routine. For more information on the COR® Program click here.
During the winter months the 5-day COR® training course will be offered in Mount Pearl (classes starting January 25th; February 22nd; and March 28th); Gander (class starts January 18th); and Corner Brook (class starts March 28th).
If your company is not already COR® certified why not take the first step and register for the next available COR® class? To register call Corrina at 709-739-7000 or 1-888-681-SAFE or email firstname.lastname@example.org.