Interprovincial COR® Reciprocity
As a member of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA), BCCSA has a signed agreement for temporary COR® reciprocity between all of the provincial construction safety associations.
Letter of COR® Reciprocity from BCCSA
The requirements to obtain a Letter of COR® Reciprocity from the BCCSA are:
- The firm must not be currently operating in the province of BC
- The firm must not have an active WorkSafeBC account
- The firm must contact the provincial construction safety association in which they hold a valid COR and request that the association submit an application for COR reciprocity on their behalf to the BCCSA.
If, upon review the application for COR® reciprocity is approved, BCCSA will issue the firm a temporary letter of COR® reciprocity that is valid for 6 months. This letter will serve as the documentation for bidding on BC projects requiring COR® certification.
Should the company be successful in securing the contract, they will be required to achieve COR® Certification through the BCCSA COR® Program.
Letter of COR Reciprocity from another Provincial Construction Safety Association
If your firm holds a valid BCCSA COR® and is seeking temporary COR reciprocity from another provincial construction safety association, please contact the BCCSA at email@example.com or toll free at 1-877-860-3675.
BCCSA will complete and submit an application for COR® reciprocity on your firm’s behalf to the provincial construction safety association in which COR reciprocity is being sought.