It’s an exciting time to be a part of our team. As our company evolves, our talented people work together to provide the industry with education and resources to help them lower their claims and duration. The BCCSA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to their employees.
BCCSA Instructor: In-Class & Virtual Instructor Lead Training (VILT) EOI
BCCSA’s courses are offered as “In-Class” or “Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)”. These courses are designed to provide students with occupational health and safety information that can be applied immediately in both general and specific workplace environments.
BCCSA is requesting applicants for teaching the following courses:
- Leadership for Safety Excellence®
- Principles of Injury Management
- COR® Internal Auditor Training
- Train the Safety Trainer
- BC Construction Safety Legislation & Administration
- WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer
COR® Desktop Quality Assurance Review Services (EOI)
The British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) is seeking Expressions of Interest from
qualified occupational health and safety professionals who may be interested in performing COR®
desktop audit quality assurance reviews.
WorkSafeBC’s Certificate of Recognition (COR)® is a voluntary program which recognizes and rewards
employers who go beyond the legal requirements of the Workers Compensation Act and the Occupational
Health and Safety Regulation by taking a best practices approach to implementing health, safety, and
return-to- work management systems.
As part of the COR® program’s on-going quality assurance activities, the BCCSA has a responsibility
to perform a detailed review of all COR® audits, ensuring that audit process deficiencies are remedied
as required so that all audits meet an acceptable standard.
Acceptance of the Expression of Interest does not guarantee that work will be awarded to any particular
individual. Competence in the construction sector, availability, and conflict of interest requirements will
be primary factors in awarding the work.
BCCSA Regional Safety Advisor (EOI)
- Lower Mainland
- Southern Interior
RSAs are available to assist employers who have safety questions or concerns, are looking to develop safety programs and materials, or want to prepare for COR® (Certificate of Recognition). These services are available at no cost to all construction (sector 72) employers and select aggregate and ready-mixed employers.
Serving employers in the Lower Mainland, Northern BC, Southern Interior, and Vancouver Island. RSAs will offer
extensive knowledge and experience in construction industry health and safety and will focus on providing
straightforward and practical assistance to all types and sizes of construction companies for whom meeting safety goals maybe challenging.
BCCSA will provide direct employer contact information and deliverables however for the most part, RSAs will
generate their own industry contacts. There is a monthly maximum amount which the RSA can draw from for their services.