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On-Track Railway & COR


A Certificate of Recognition (COR) is awarded to employers who develop health and safety programs that meet established standards.

A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).

To get a COR, your business must first have a health and safety management system in place, and then have it successfully audited through a Certifying Partner.

Certifying Partner

A Certifying Partner is an organization that:


Maintenance Matters

Our equipment is only as good as those who care about it.

Whether it’s new, fairly new, or old makes no difference if we don’t do our part to maintain our equipment. Taking the 5-15 minutes to perform general housekeeping or the daily maintenance checks can increase the life of our fleet significantly. Also, ensure that the daily maintenance checks are filled out so that we can track any issues, whether they are new or ongoing.


Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls

Everyone needs a system to protect themselves no matter what type of fall is likely to happen in our industry. Increased prevention of slips and falls should be a primary safety objective in all our daily routines.  Fatal incidents can be prevented and so can minor slips and falls. With good safety habits, routines, and hazard assessments in place, most of these preventable incidents can be eliminated. (more…)