The AMTA Safety Tool Box

The AMTA Safety Tool Box offers companies an opportunity to develop, build and maintain a current health and safety management system up to the current standards of ISNetworld which you can implement to obtain your SECOR.

Procedures within the toolbox are updated annually to assist you with the maintenance of your health and safety management system. Annual updates to the procedures will ensure you stay compliant to current ISNetworld standards and AMTA COR/SECOR requirements.

Included in the Tool Box is an e-audit tool for SECOR audits. For more information please contact the AMTA at 403-243-4161.

Cost: $400.00 for members
$800.00 for non-members
Duration of license: One year

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e-Audit Tool for Small Employer (SECOR)

License Information (per Company Audited):
Cost: $150.00

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This e-Audit Tool is the AMTA’s electronic audit application for SECOR. The audit tool is the most efficient and effective way to submit your SECOR audit. Submit your SECOR audit in five (5) simple steps:

  1. Purchase the SECOR audit tool
  2. Register your Audit
  3. Complete the Questionnaire
  4. Upload verification documents straight from your computer
  5. Review and Submit your Audit

Audit Tools for Small Employer (SECOR)

Click here for the SECOR package for small employers.

SECOR package for small employers (Word)

Sample COR Request Cover Letter
AMTA SECOR Audit Guidelines
SECOR Audit Instrument (Tools)
Contracting Organization Health and Safety Questionnaire
SECOR Audit Checklist
Commercial Bus Quiz
Truck Trailer Quiz

e-Compliance Audit Tool for Large Employer COR

License Information (per Company Audited):
Cost: $175.00
Duration of License: 270 Days (your license will expire after 270 days)
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The eCompliance AuditTool™ is the only official electronic audit application of the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA). The AMTA represents all sectors of the highway transportation industry.

This audit protocol is based on the Alberta Employment and Immigration Partnerships in Health and Safety program. A Certificate of Recognition (COR) is awarded to employers that achieve a minimum of 80% when measured against this protocol. Achieving and maintaining a valid COR is based on annual audits and is required to qualify for financial incentive through the WCB’s Partners in Injury Reduction rebate program (5%-20% of a company’s WCB Premium).