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Benefits of an Energy Safety Canada COR

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The Certificate of Recognition (COR) program is a proven way for oil and gas employers to improve their health and safety performance, create a culture of proactive workplace health and safety and reduce the risk and costs associated with workplace incidents.

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Experience the Benefits of an Energy Safety Canada  COR

The COR process requires employers to develop and implement a health and safety program that meets provincial standards. This process results in improved worker safety, reduced costs due to lost productivity, replacement worker training, property damage and incident investigation as well as reducing legal risk exposure.

Designed for Oil and Gas Industry

Designed for the Oil and Gas Industry

Energy Safety Canada is the Certifying Partner for the COR program for the oil and gas industry. We develop the program offerings through a consultative process with oil and gas industry employers, ensuring that your specific industry needs and risks are addressed.

Reduce Injuries and Illness

Reduce Injuries and Illness

By identifying and assessing a workplace’s risks, you can systematically control hazards to protect their people. Building a culture of proactive workplace health and safety benefits everyone.

Streamlined Audits Across the Provinces

Streamlined Audits Across the Provinces

Energy Safety Canada is the only Certifying Partner in Canada that provides COR protocols that are cross-jurisdictional, which means only one audit is required for a company operating in the three western provinces – saving you time and costs.

Enhanced Financial Performance

Enhance Financial Performance by
Reducing Costs

Businesses with a COR see significant returns on their investment in terms of reduced premiums and claims costs as well as costs due to lost productivity and replacement worker training.

Accessible Certified Health and Safety Auditors

Energy Safety Canada certified auditors provide frontline services to companies in the oil and gas industry that are seeking certification, validation and/or improvement in their health and safety management system. More than 600 Energy Safety Canada certified health and safety auditors conduct audits through Western Canada.

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