D.J. Miller & Sons Construction is committed to ensuring the highest standard of safety & safe work environment for our employees and clients we work for. We received our Certificate of Recognition (COR) in 2001 through the Heavy Construction Safety Association. We have continued to maintain one of the highest comprehensive safety programs within the industry and have received the Group 4 award for a number of years. We are also registered with the ISNetworld.
Our employees are like family and making sure they work safely and return home safely is our number one concern.
Saskatchewan Certificate of Recognition (COR®) Program
The Certificate of Recognition (COR®) program is an occupational health and safety program designation verifying that a company has a fully-implemented health and safety management system that meets national standards. COR is nationally trademarked and is endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA), including the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA). The objective of COR is to provide companies with the knowledge and tools to develop effective health and safety management systems to identify weaknesses that can lead to costly workplace injuries and incidents.
COR is the national standard in safety recognition in the safety industry and its objective is to reduce incidents and their associated human and financial costs. COR certification is now frequently required as a pre-qualification and/or condition of contract by public and private buyers of construction across Canada. A significant number of industry-leading Saskatchewan companies are COR certified.
COR Program Certification Benefits
Our Membership with HCSA
The Mission of the Heavy Construction Safety Association of Saskatchewan Inc. is to promote the arts and science of safety to the “R” code employers & their employees in order to try to reduce incidents & accidents that result in injury & property damage. By reducing incidents & accidents, the goal is to reduce unnecessary pain & suffering & reduce costs.
The HCSAS started originally as the Roadbuilders Safety Association in 1957. To reflect the diversity of the employers in the “R” code the association was incorporated on October 2, 1995 as the Heavy Construction Safety Association of Saskatchewan Inc.
Employers in the “R” code are involved in the following activities:
· High Line Electrical Work
· Sewer & Water Work
The one thing that ties our diverse group together is that we all use large equipment, and we dig in the dirt. A company becomes a member of the HCSAS as soon as they pay into the “R” code of Saskatchewan Worker’s Compensation.
The benefits of belonging are that the company is entitled to the products and services of the Association. We ensure that our companies have the latest in Safety Regulations and Resources that are currently provided to maintain the highest standards, these include:
· Sound Level Meter – Sound level meters are available for performing noise surveys on site.
· Site Inspections – Staff members are available to perform/or assist with site inspections.
· Accident Investigation – Staff members are available to perform/or assist with accident investigations.
· Newsletter – the association publishes a newsletter.
· Safety Program Consulting
· Classroom and Onsite training
· Safety program auditing
· Equipment simulator training
D.J. Miller & Sons Construction's goal is to meet the highest standard of safety as possible within the industry everyday! As new laws, standards and practices are implemented we continue to adhere and adapt to ensure safety for not only our staff but for the clients and public our services impact.
Please see the below link for additional certifications and partners within our portfolio.