Energy Safety Canada strives to satisfy the combined requirements of three provincial jurisdictions. This manual and its associated procedures, guidelines and forms will be reviewed and adjusted as provincial standards change and the COR program evolves. These published documents represent all finalized Energy Safety Canada standards specific to the administration of the COR Program but wherever a topic is not addressed, provincial standards will apply.
The Energy Safety Canada COR program is delivered under the direction of a number of provincial COR program standards. These include:
Energy Safety Canada maintains a list of all employers that have used Energy Safety Canada as a Certifying Partner and are presently valid COR holders. This list includes COR and Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR) holders in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and other jurisdictions. Helpful Hint: To narrow your search for Energy Safety Canada and the Government of Alberta COR holders use Control F.
For a more detailed, legal breakdown of the roles and responsibilities for all parties involved in the COR certification process, view Energy Safety Canada's Outline of Roles and Responsibilities.
An overview of the auditor role, registration, including the audit tool, submission, the quality assurance review and auditor resources.
An overview on requesting an Action Plan Amendment, how to self score and deliver the Action Plan Submission.
An overview of Element C: Hazard Control in the Energy Safety Canada COR Audit Protocol for Energy Safety Canada auditors. It may also be of interest to Energy Safety Canada COR holders uncertain if their hazard control systems meet the Energy Safety Canada COR audit standard.
An overview of Element D: Training in the Energy Safety Canada COR Audit Protocol for Energy Safety Canada auditors. It may also be of interest to Energy Safety Canada COR holders who have questions about COR standards on initial and site-specific orientation, job qualifications, formal and on-the-job training, and competency.
An explanation of the basic concept behind audit sampling and interview sampling standards. It will primarily be of interest to Energy Safety Canada certified auditors but it may also be of interest to Energy Safety Canada COR holders interested in how auditors determine their interview requirements.
An overview of site sampling and documentation sampling standards as well as instruction on correctly scoring observations. It will primarily be of interest to Energy Safety Canada certified auditors but it may also be of interest to Energy Safety Canada COR holders interested in how auditors determine their site visit requirements and how auditors will score their findings in company records and observations during worksite visits.
You earned your COR, be proud of it! The logo can be used on your website, letterhead, or other internal documents to demonstrate that you have achieved COR or SECOR status. Please refer to the PDF Guideline document below for proper use and placement of the COR logo.
The COR logo was developed as part of a campaign led by the Alberta Construction Safety Association and other industry safety groups, in partnership with Alberta Human Services. Energy Safety Canada is proud to be a sponsor of this campaign.
Should you have any questions, please call the toll-free COR Call Centre at 1 800 667 5557 ext. 3 or email us at CORInfo@EnergySafetyCanada.com
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