COR External Auditor Training for Tourism & Hospitality Workplaces
The COR External Auditor training course is designed for individuals who wish to be certified to conduct external safety audits for hospitality and tourism employers seeking their COR certification. Acceptance into the external auditor training is on a competitive basis, with applicants’ qualifications reviewed before class selections are made.
Why it Pays to Invest in Safety
By focusing on preventing and effectively managing workplace injuries, you can help keep your employees safe and healthy while saving your company time and money.
As an employer, you’re required to keep health and safety records and statistics on file, including inspections, incident investigations, first aid treatments, and training records.
Occupational Health & Safety Program Gap Analysis
If you are registered in the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program and feel ready to proceed towards your COR certification audit, you may choose to schedule a complimentary, on-site Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) program gap analysis session.
COR External Auditors
Companies seeking certification must retain a go2HR certified External Auditor to perform an external audit. Trained and certified by go2HR, these External Auditors are independent consultants selected and paid for by the companies requesting their services.
Expand your Health & Safety Skills – NEW Training Courses
Do you want to know more about how to manage stress at the workplace or how to respond to difficult customer interactions? Are you responsible for hazard identification or implementing a violence prevention policy at your workplace?
Become An External Auditor
While trained and certified by go2HR, External Auditors are independent consultants selected and paid for by the companies requesting their services.
FOODSAFE Level 1 by Distance Education
FOODSAFE is British Columbia’s food safety, handling and sanitation training. The Level 1 program equips foodservice workers with the knowledge and skills to apply proper food handling and preparation techniques and to follow appropriate safety measures to prevent food-borne illness.
Find the resources for restaurants here.
Preventing Most Common Restaurant Injuries
As a restaurant operator, you cannot afford to have workers away from the job injured.