PIR/COR/Audits

Organizations wishing to improve workplace health and safety and be eligible to
recieve rebates from Workers’ Compensation Board – Alberta can join the Partnerships in Injury
Reduction program and obtain a Certificate of Recognition.

Partnership in Injury Reduction

Partnership in Injury Reduction

Partnerships in Injury Reduction (PIR) is a voluntary incentive program that promotes health and safety through the combined efforts of the Workers’ Compensation Board – Alberta (WCB), the Alberta Government, industry partners, safety associations, employers and labour groups.
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Certificate of Recognition

Certificate of Recognition

A Certificate of Recognition (COR) is awarded to employers who develop health and safety programs for their workplace of 10 or more employees. COR is issued by the Alberta Government and co-signed by Certifying Partners like the CCSA.
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Certifying Partners

Certifying Partners

A Certifying Partner is an association that works in partnership with the Alberta Government and provides training, reviews audits, certifies auditors, and co-signs Certificates of Recognition (CORs).
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Auditors

Auditors

The ultimate goal of the audit is to help an organization improve its health and safety management system.
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Audit Tool and Resources

Audit Tool and Resources

Click Learn More to access all tools and resources for audit
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Important note for Auditors

if you took the prerequisite OHSMS course prior to 2019, due to the legislative changes you will be required to pass (80%) an open book challenge exam before attending the auditor training.  Those who do not pass the exam will be required to take the OHSMS two-day course before acceptance into auditor training.

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