We take a leadership role in jobsite safety and have developed a comprehensive, integrated program designed for worker safety and client value. We are proud to be a WorkSafe BC, COR CERTIFIED company.

  • WorkSafeBC is dedicated to promoting workplace health and safety for the workers and employers of this province. We consult with and educate employers and workers and monitor compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation.

    In the event of work-related injuries or diseases, WorkSafeBC works with the affected parties to provide return-to-work rehabilitation, compensation, health care benefits, and a range of other services.
  • The Certificate of Recognition Program (COR™) is an occupational health and safety accreditation program that verifies a fully implemented safety & health program which meets national standards. The objectives of COR™ are to provide industry employers with an effective safety and health management system to reduce incidents, accidents and injuries as well as their associated human and financial costs.
  • Membership driven, SICA is a non-profit Association, which represents over six hundred construction industry members involved in industrial, commercial, institutional, and multi-family residential sectors. Committed to helping members through communicating information and opportunities, developing and delivering appropriate services, and supporting industry standards, SICA looks to benefit the industry as a whole.
  • Celebrating 10 years in 2011! We are BC's provincial construction safety association. We develop health and safety programs, tools and resources for over 35,000 construction employers and 180,000 workers in British Columbia. The BCCSA is dedicated to raising health and safety awareness and reducing injuries through safety consultation , risk-management, injury prevention and injury management.
  • The Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA) dates back to 1975, making it the elder statesman of Canada’s open shop community. ICBA’s story began in the small town of Trail in the southeastern corner of BC. A number of open shop contractors were denied access to bidding on public work by the NDP government of the day because they were not affiliated with the building trade unions. The contractors formed an association to lobby for their position with the provincial government, and the grassroots provincial movement was underway.