By participating in the COR Program, you can help keep your employees safe and healthy while saving your company time and money. There is a strong business case for having a well functioning safety management system, which is well worth the return on investment.



Save up to 10% on WorkSafeBC Premiums
COR certified employees can receive an annual financial incentive of up to 10% of their base WorkSafeBC premiums. For example, a company with an annual premium of $65,600 could save up to $6,560 if they become COR certified. 
Comply with legal requirements set by the OHS Regulation and the Workers Compensation Act
Going through the COR certification program will help to keep your company up to date with health and safety legal requirements. 
Build a positive corporate image
A high concern for safe operations and the health and safety of employees is a positive message that is carried into the community by not only employees, but also suppliers and customers. 
Create a strong safety culture in your company
Recruiting and retraining people who value a strong safety culture will help your company build a robust and effective team with a focus on a safe work environment.


Costs are minimal and depend on the size of your company.



Audit fees

Training costs

Auditing fees are paid to an external auditor performing the certification (Year 1) and recertification (Year 4) audits, which are capped at $550/day plus negotiated expenses.

The cost to send one of your employees to complete the internal auditor training is $199 + GST, which allows your company to complete maintenance audits (Years 2 & 3) free of charge using an internal safety champion.