COR® is a voluntary employer certification program intended to motivate employers to take a proactive role in occupational health and safety. COR® certification is issued by WorkSafeBC to an employer who has successfully implemented an effective OHSMS and has passed a certification audit.
The National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO®) and National Health & Safety Administrator (NHSA™) designations offer proof of competency in construction safety at a nationally-recognized level. This program delivers practical training in a range of construction safety management skills and principles.
The BCCSA's Traffic Control Person (TCP) Program is British Columbia's most established training program for traffic control. We train numerous TCPs across the province. Our program offers courses for both individuals new to traffic control and those seeking renewal.
Individuals who hold the Certified Concrete Pump Operator Certification (CCPO) have demonstrated their theoretical understanding of concrete pump operations, and have proven their ability to effectively apply this knowledge while working in the field.
The government of British Columbia has introduced new asbestos worker certification regulations to enhance safety. These rules stipulate that those conducting asbestos abatement work in BC must be trained and certified, while employers are obligated to secure licenses.
The Fire & Flood Restoration Program (FFRP) is an initiative aimed at enhancing safety within the restoration industry. Through this program, we offer a range of safety training modules and valuable resources tailored to the needs of professionals in the restoration field.
The Technical High Angle Rope Rescue Program (THARRP) prepares fire department personnel in technical rope rescue techniques, specifically for rescuing workers in distress at elevated heights, such as tower crane operators.
All instructor-led, self-paced, classroom, and online training offered by the BCCSA.
New Training Schedule & Calendar
We're excited to announce that our new training calendar, schedule, and registration system will be launched soon. Keep an eye out for further details and updates as we gear up for an exciting transition!
Our PHSM eLearning course is designed to provide clear guidance and practical instruction for creating a concise and effective Health & Safety manual. This manual not only ensures compliance with regulations but also prioritizes the well-being of your workers.
SiteReadyBC is the first comprehensive construction site safety orientation program created specifically for British Columbia. It equips workers with essential knowledge to comprehend safety regulations on any construction site in the province and empowers them to work confidently.
By completing our Asbestos Control Training courses, individuals can attain Level 1 and Level 2 WorkSafeBC asbestos certifications, demonstrating their competence in asbestos-related work and ensuring a safer work environment.
Join us for the 2023 BC Construction Health & Safety Conference, a prime opportunity to expand your knowledge and network within the safety community. This conference features an array of dynamic and forward-thinking professional speakers who will provide insights and expertise on various aspects of health and safety in the construction industry.
Mark your calendar for October 19th and 20th, 2023, when the conference will take place at Pinnacle Harbourfront Hotel in Vancouver, BC.
Our Webinar Series is designed to offer in-depth insights, expert guidance, and practical solutions on a broad range of OHS topics. We delve into the critical aspects of maintaining a safe and secure workplace.
The Silica Control Tool™ assists employers in performing thorough risk assessments and implementing effective controls and safe work practices in situations where silica dust poses a potential occupational hazard.
Discover our library of occupational health & safety resources, including documents, materials, files, and links. Our resources are designed to support you in promoting workplace health & safety and mitigating occupational hazards effectively.
RE-MIND is dedicated to enhancing BC construction workers' access to mental health information and support services. RE-MIND encompasses the content available on the RE-MIND website, as well as The Lone Hunter video and Toolbox Talk resources.
Responses to the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you have any additional questions or require further clarification, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here to help and ensure you have all the information you need.
BCCSA's Regional Safety Advisors (RSAs) offer free, hands-on assistance to all BCCSA members across British Columbia. Our knowledgeable RSAs can help with a range of OHS topics, including WorkSafeBC regulations, safety program development, preparing materials, and readiness for COR® certification.
To connect with an RSA for general safety advice and consultation: