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Province Announces New Position on COR Requirement

The Province recently announced that it will not follow through on its own policy, requiring all contractors and subcontractors to be COR™ or SECOR™ certified when bidding work on provincially funded projects.

Evidence of contractors’ compliance to workplace safety was to be required through participation in the COR™ program, requiring all bidders to be COR™ certified by January 1, 2014 regardless of the size of the project or value of the contract COR™ requirements remain for projects over $100,000 (as the policy currently stands) and will not change January 1, 2014 as previously announce.  Read more at: https://www.winnipegconstruction.ca/Communications/October_23_2013_SpecialReport.html

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Whether you HAVE to get COR or not should be irrelevant. Well managed companies create systems to control all avoidable loss. If you are a business with credible risk, then a good safety management system is a must to protect both your profits and your important relationships (AKA your people!)

 

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