Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR®)

The Small Employer Certificate of Recognition (SECOR®) verifies companies with nine or fewer employees have implemented a comprehensive health and safety program. 

SECOR® Program Benefits for Small Employers

  • Gather effective tools to develop, implement and assess your company’s health and safety program
  • Prevent injuries and save costs
  • Gain the advantage of pre-bid qualification and provide evidence of due diligence
  • Regular audits to evaluate and improve safety practices 
Saskatchewan SECOR® Eligibility:
  • Companies have permanent offices in Saskatchewan
  • Fewer than nine employees, including owners, full-time, part-time, casual and sub-contractors. 

SECOR® Process

Submit an application including a signed SECOR® Agreement.
1. Complete required courses
2. Develop and implement a safety program
Safety advisors are available to provide guidance and support to members throughout the process. Most companies will need at least six months to build a basic safety program. 
3. Verification 
The external audit process proves your health and safety program is achieving the desired results and your company meets the standard necessary to become SECOR® certified.
Companies submit an annual audit and are audited every three years by the SCSA to maintain certification.


Registration Fees (Effective January 2024)

The SCSA provides SECOR® Registration at no cost to SCSA Members.
All other companies pay a $250 registration fee.


SECOR® Application

Upon registration, companies are required to meet two milestones within 12-18 months.
  1. Complete all courses, develop safety program, and submit safety manual
  2. Baseline external audit conducted by an SCSA auditor

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