Edmonton, Alberta – Back left to right: Tony Rodgers, Michael Charlton, Jeff Appelman, Cody Bexson, Abbas Abbas, Tia Kjartanson, John Digman, Denis Poitras, Dave Hagen, Pamela Zilinski, Jason Wright, Guy Bellis Front left to right: Brad Bent, Grant Wagar, Pascal Contant, Craig McAuley, Ryan Hawley, Justin Cote, Jessica McCaughey, Tracey Hill Missing:
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2023 Auditing Requirements for COR™ and SECOR™
Starting January 1, 2023, the following requirements come into effect for Certificate of Recognition (COR)™ and Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR)™ audits. SECOR is for companies with 10 or fewer employees. Both COR and SECOR demonstrate an employer’s proactive efforts to make their workplaces safer for their employees, and
New CEO Announced at Alberta Construction Safety Association
Edmonton, Alberta – Your Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Mark Hoosein will take on the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) role, starting January 9, 2023. “The selection committee was extremely pleased with Mark,” says John Digman, Board Chair. “We believe that he is
Your ACSA Hits a New Milestone: 20K Virtual Course Registrations in 2022
In December 2022, Your Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) achieved a new milestone of over 20,000 registrations for our virtual instructor-led training in one year! When the pandemic hit in 2020, we transitioned many of our health and safety training courses from in-person to our remote learning environment. These virtual
2018 Year-End Audit Reminder (COR)
Please see below for important reminders about your 2018 audit. 2018 Audits The deadline to register 2018 audits is Friday, December 14, 2018. This is to ensure that requests are processed before our offices close for the holidays All data collection must be completed by Monday, December 31, 2018 2018 audits must
ACSA’s WHMIS Worker Education Online Module is Now Live, and it’s FREE!
Your ACSA is pleased to announce the launch of our WHMIS Worker Education (Generic) online module. This online module introduces workers to Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS), and covers the following topics: WHMIS components and training requirements; hazard classification and communications systems; precautionary statements; work site and supplier labels;
Peer Auditors Required
Your ACSA is seeking qualified peer auditors to conduct audits. This is a great opportunity to expand your career in safety and to gain valuable auditing experience. If you would like to conduct a peer audit, please contact email@example.com. About the Peer Program Through this program, our ACSA setup team
AgSafe Alberta Society Names First Exec Dir
Alberta’s newest safety association, AgSafe Alberta Society announced its first Executive Director in June. Jody Wacowich will help get the organization up and running at full steam. Jody has an extensive background in Alberta’s agricultural industry. Prior to taking the position at AgSafe, she worked at the Agriculture Financial Services
Parkland RSC’s Fallen Worker Memorial
ACSA’s Parkland Regional Safety Committee (PRSC) has unveiled its Fallen Worker Memorial. This special project was headed by volunteer Treena Dixon and involved the collaboration of myriad committed suppliers, individuals, and organizations. The memorial is located at Bower Ponds in Red Deer, a place where visitors can take a moment
Online Version of Construction Safety Administration to be Retired Oct 1.
The online version of ACSA’s Construction Safety Administration (CSA) course will be retired on October 1, 2018. The course content is no longer relevant, so we are urging all registrants to take the classroom version of Construction Safety Administration which is reviewed and updated regularly. We will stop accepting registrations for