Webinar: COR Action Plans

Join ACSA’s Austin Dowling Match 15th for an informative webinar on COR Action Plans, an alternative for maintenance years. An action plan gives employers credit for taking action to improve workplace safety, including your own ideas to improve safety culture. Starting in 2024, employers who hold COR certification may be

Webinar: SECOR Action Plans

Join ACSA’s Austin Dowling February 23rd for an informative webinar on SECOR Action Plans, an alternative for maintenance years. An action plan gives employers credit for taking action to improve workplace safety, including your own ideas to improve safety culture. Starting in 2024, employers who hold SECOR certification may be

2024 COR/SECOR updates

2024 COR updates Effective January 1, 2024, COR employers are no longer required to have a COR-certified auditor on staff. Instead, employers may choose to use third-party consultant auditors annually for COR maintenance and re-certification years. Auditors must keep up with their certification if they fall under the following scenarios: As

Your ACSA Celebrates 35 Years

Since our inception in 1988, the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) has built a solid reputation for leading safety training in Alberta and throughout Canada. We have grown from a membership of 14,000 companies to more than 54,000. Over the past 35 years, the number of lost-time claims (work injuries

Backgrounder: 2023 ACSA Conference

Backgrounder November 20, 2023 Alberta Construction Safety Association {ACSA) hosts a two-day provincial conference with Canadian industry experts to discuss pressing mental health concerns and well-being in the workplace. Who is the ACSA? The Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) is a uniquely member-centric, industry­ funded organization and the largest certifying