Certifications

Certifications

The safety of our employees is our top priority, which is why Western CML Cleaners maintains COR Certification. COR provides you with confidence that Western CML Cleaners Ltd. takes safety seriously.

  • Gaining and maintaining the certification requires us to pass an external health and safety audit – meaning we don’t just say we take health and safety seriously; we have proven it.
  • Our WCB premiums are current. Did you know, as the buyer of services, if a contractor you do business with isn’t current on WCB and one of their workers is injured on your site, you would be liable? Imagine paying that bill.
  • Companies that choose to invest in safety and take it seriously are better able to hire and retain top talent. Hiring a COR company helps you ensure that only the best people are working on your job.
  • Data-driven analysis, led by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association, shows that COR certified companies also perform better in most business metrics. They’re not just good at safety, they’re better companies with better business practices than those who don’t have the certification.
  • COR certification doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a financial and time commitment that disreputable companies won’t invest in.


When you work with a COR certified company you know you’re dealing with someone that has a successful business, has a reputation they’ve built and want to protect, and has a plan for the future. That’s the type of company you want to work with.

Here’s a list of training our employees have received:

SCSA 

  • Leadership for Safety Excellence and Proficiency
  • Safety Management
  • Occupational Health & Safety - Level 1
  • Confined Space and Respiratory Protection Awareness Training
  • WHMIS 2015 Train-the-Trainer
  • Saskatchewan Construction Safety Training (S.C.O.T.)
  • Fall Protection Awareness
  • Contractor Training
  • Ladder Training
  • Hazard Recognition Training
  • Basic Training Techniques
  • Small Employer Safety Management
  • Safety Auditor Training
  • Internal Safety Auditor Training
  • PPE: Don’t Start Work Without It
  • Claims Management
  • Safety Administration
  • Slips, Trips & Falls: Taking the Right Steps
  • Interpreting Hand Signals for Hoisting
  • Hoisting & Rigging Safety Awareness

WorkSafe Saskatchewan / CCOHS Link: http://www.worksafesask.ca/

  • Saskatchewan Workplace Inspections
  • Incident Investigations in Saskatchewan

St. John’s Ambulance Link: http://www.sja.ca/English/Pages/default.aspx

  • OHS First Aid, CPR-A & AED Training

Haztech Link: https://haztech.com/

  • Confined Space and High Angle Rescue Practices

Canadian professional Management Services Link: https://www.cpmsnational.com/

  • Using Progressive Discipline
  • Introduction to Labour and Employment Law
  • Enhancing Employee Performance

Precision Safety Services Link: http://www.precisionsafetyservices.ca/safety-services.html

  • Fire Extinguisher Training

Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation Link: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/government-structure/ministries/highways-and-infrastructure

  • Work Zone Flagging

Saskatchewan Safety Council Link: http://www.sasksafety.org/

  • Work Zone Traffic Accommodation

SAIA / Vertical Access Link: http://verticalaccess.ca/

  • Suspended Scaffold Hazard Awareness and Operator safety Training

Duane Gwilliam Training

  • Aerial Work Platform Training

SAIT Polytechnic : http://www.sait.ca/

  • Basic Conventional Swingstage Training

Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Link: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/government-structure/ministries/labour-relations-and-workplace-safety

  • Overview of Legislation and Duties of Occupational Health Committee (OHC)

SPRAT / IRATA : http://www.cras.ca/training/sprat-training/

  • Level 1 Rope Access Technician

Northern Strands Link: http://www.northernstrands.com/

  • Suspended Access Training
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