Small employers are eligible to participate in SECOR, a version of COR specifically designed for businesses with fewer than 20 employees. SECOR offers similar benefits that large businesses enjoy, but with a slightly different process and audit tool that takes into account the size of the operation in order to increase small employers’ success.
Employers who successfully achieve the SECOR certification are eligible to receive an annual financial incentive equating to the lesser of $1000 or 75% of their annual WorkSafeBC premiums. Most importantly, through SECOR small employers will develop a safety management program that keeps their employees safe, helps with recruitment and retention, and minimizes the potential costs of workplace accidents and injuries.
Get Rewarded for your Commitment to Safety
- Receive an annual financial rebate
- Benefit from lower WorkSafeBC premiums
- Attract and retain employees who value a strong safety culture
- Keep your employees healthy and safe on the job
- Reduce injury management and claims costs
- Build a reputation for health & safety excellence
Browse SECOR Resources
Tips for Student Auditors - Infosheet
This infosheet describes some key things that will help ensure a successful COR audit for student auditors.
Create & Manage a Healthy & Safe Workplace - Getting Started (The Basics)
These resources describe the elements of an informal health and safety program for businesses with fewer than 20 workers.
Occupational Health & Safety Program Fundamentals Course
Occupational Health & Safety Program Fundamentals is a flexible, interactive online course designed for employers, managers, and supervisors working in BC’s tourism, hospitality and food service industry.