RAM Maintains COR Certification

RAM has maintained our British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA)’s Certificate of Recognition (COR) for 2020, based on an audit conducted by one of the BCCSA’s qualified external COR  auditors. RAM is now COR certified for the next 3 years.

RAM was audited for the first time by an external auditor under the Large COR format, which is for companies with more than 20 employees.

RAM is very proud to have succeeded in our pursuit to maintain our COR certification while continuing to grow and develop our team of industry-leading professionals.

Safety, as one of RAM’s core values, is always top-of-mind, never a compromise. The safety and welfare of the public, clients, and our employees is of the upmost importance and that is reflected in our daily operations. RAM is proud to have developed an industry-leading Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Program and believes that continuous safety training ensures our people are always current on industry best practices, mitigating risk and keeping the public and employees safe.

RAM has a zero-injury historical track record and our Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Manual is reviewed and revised annually. RAM’s OH&S Manual specifies safety guidelines, company rules, regulatory requirements, related work safe practices, related safe job procedures and training requirements for new and veteran employees. RAM has updated our Guiding Safety Principles to better suit our growing company. Taking the first letter from each word, the principles spell RAM CARES.

RAM has been COR Certified since 2017.