We currently hold Certificate of Recognition (COR) in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Certificate of Recognition (COR) program is a health and safety certification program designed to equip participants with the resources and skills to develop and maintain accredited, in-house safety management systems unique to their workplaces. Organizations who participate in the COR program are more likely to avoid liability and ensure due diligence. An essential component of the certification process is a comprehensive audit of the employer's health and safety management system. To qualify for a COR, the audit must be carried out by a qualified auditor, using an audit plan that is approved for Partnerships use and is accepted by a Certifying Partner. By implementing a combination of compulsory and elective courses, in addition to the safety audit, the COR program helps participants and their organizations understand occupational health and safety-related legislation as well as the safe workplace rights and responsibilities of workers and employers.
We participate in the “Partnerships in Injury Reduction” (PIR) program as established by the Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry.
First established in 1989, Partnerships in Injury Reduction was created with the belief that:
SMS Equipment remanufactures major electrical components in our ISO 9001-2008 registered facilities in Port Coquitlam, BC and Acheson, AB locations.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan is a partnership between the Government of Saskatchewan and the WCB created to encourage positive safety cultures in Saskatchewan workplaces. Their mission is simple; zero injuries, zero deaths, zero suffering.
The Saskatoon and Regina branches have received a Certificate of Achievement from WCB Saskatchewan for recording no medical aids or LTIs (Lost Time Incident) during the 2013/2014 year.