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The COR certification shows that your organization has met the provincial OHS standards. When it comes time to obtain or renew your Certificate of Recognition (COR) status, your Health and Safety team is either confident in compiling the requirements or dreads the yearly collection process and crosses their fingers that they have the most accurate safety information. If you’re of the finger crossing group, read on for how one electrical contracting firm went from a time-intensive process, to quick and confident. Why COR Certify? Before your organization can gain a COR status, you must have a health and safety management system in place or this process can take over 12 months to finish. This COR status is
Calgary technology company Credivera, launched a Summer of We to support our high-performing team to connect purpose and values to their well-being. Through an intention of gratitude and selflessness, employees focused more time this summer to balance work and life making Credivera one of Calgary's best places to work!
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