The Smaller the Company, the Bigger the ROI with C.O.R.*!

*CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION (COR) is a registered Trademark of the Alberta Construction Safety Association) This is the third blog in a series on white papers created from research completed in partnership with the the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA). In the Saskatchewan construction industry, small businesses (less than 12 employees) form more than 90% of … Continue reading The Smaller the Company, the Bigger the ROI with C.O.R.*!

Does C.O.R. Help Reduce Injuries?

CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION (COR) is a registered Trademark of the Alberta Construction Safety Association) This is the second blog in a series on COR effectiveness. As we discussed in the first blog of this series, which you can find here, the study we did with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) sought to answer a … Continue reading Does C.O.R. Help Reduce Injuries?

To COR, or not to COR…

CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION (COR) is a registered Trademark of the Alberta Construction Safety Association) If you read our blog from October of last year, you know that practical data science is our jam! We have done a lot of research and are very excited to share some of our results with you. Our goal is … Continue reading To COR, or not to COR…

Using Data to Reduce Injuries and Costs

Guest Blog by Ed Pyle, SCSA It is common for construction companies to collect safety data from their safety processes and procedures and for managers to review safety incidents and financial reports to understand the frequency, cost and severity of injuries.  These reports help to understand OHS failures of the past and the impact these … Continue reading Using Data to Reduce Injuries and Costs

COR Should be at the Core

By Mark Cooper, President & CEO, Saskatchewan Construction Association Construction projects are often the most expensive and complex undertakings that an individual, a family, or a business undertake. The projects can be years in the planning, can take many months to complete, and typically involve a seemingly endless number of tasks and considerations. Why is … Continue reading COR Should be at the Core

The Role of COR in Reducing Serious Injuries

Guest Blog by Ed Pyle, SCSA Each year, industry experiences a number of the OHS failures which result in injuries that are often serious and sometimes fatal.  From 2010 to 2018, the Saskatchewan WCB accepted 354 fatalities for Saskatchewan workers who died while on, or as a result of, their job. Based on a new … Continue reading The Role of COR in Reducing Serious Injuries