April 6, 2023
go2HR has established a maximum per diem rate of $550 that auditors may charge for auditing services. It is based on an 8-hour work day for time on-site and does not include time to meet with clients or time to complete the audit report. These activities may be billed on an hourly basis provided the time does not exceed the $550 per diem limit (e.g. $550/8-hour day = maximum $68.75 hourly charge). Auditors may negotiate other expenses, such as travel, accommodation, and food and beverage, with each client.
The following is a list of go2HR-certified External Auditors. Review the profiles, then consider requesting a proposal, including cost quotes and references, before making a decision. The code of ethics located in section 6.5 of the COR Policies and Procedures Manual prohibits a safety consultant who helps develop a company’s safety program from acting as its External Auditor.
go2HR Certified COR External Auditors
|Michael Dyson||Prince George||Link|
|Roxane Madsen||North Okanagan/Shuswap||Link|
To be eligible for re-approval of certification after the three-year period, all external auditors must:
- Complete seven hours of auditor refresher/recertification training per three-year certification cycle
- Report to go2HR using the Annual External Auditor Declaration Form
Participation in online training courses from go2HR, in-person training and events, and other education and training initiatives will count towards the seven-hour requirement.
Auditors may also apply in writing to go2HR to have relevant training and education provided by other agencies applied toward their seven-hour requirement. It is an auditor’s responsibility to complete the two audits and seven hours of relevant education and training and to report these to go2HR using the Annual External Auditor Declaration Form.
For more information, contact the go2HR Industry Health & Safety Team.