eCompliance has a network of
global partners that share our vision to transform safety leadership and our mission to eliminate 1 million incidents by 2020.

We seek partners who understand that improved safety performance is controllable and driven by increased participation on the frontlines. By driving cultural and technological change alongside our partners, we can
deliver a product that aligns with industry-leading
thought leadership.

My Safe Work, eCompliance and Oakville Hydro

Our Partners

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      Microsoft Corp.

      Microsoft Corp. is a worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. Woven throughout daily life, whether it be work or play, Their technologies flourish when they get into the hands of millions of partners and customers enabling innovation often in new ways.

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      TELUS is a leader in providing a wide range of communications products and services, and they are also Canada’s largest healthcare IT provider. They provide advanced solutions such as their Internet of Things (IoT) which is transforming businesses by connecting devices to one another in order to streamline business operations across various industry sectors.

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      AudEng understands the challenges in establishing, communicating, implementing, measuring, maintaining and continuously improving a health and safety management system.

      Through professional experiences, trials and tribulations, AudEng International has developed a synergistic team of safety professionals & software engineers to satisfy your health and safety compliance issues and custom audit needs.

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      MySafeWork are the owners of the Jersey
      of Courage Safety Charter and are heavily involved with the safety of young workers across North America. Their mission is to prevent workers from getting injured and killed at work while achieving greatness
      in safety culture.

      eCompliance and MySafeWork are
      proud partners of the David Ellis Award
      – recognizing companies with increased worker participation.

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      Infrastructure Health &
      Safety Association

      IHSA is a leader in health and safety education. Through skills-based training, auditing, and evaluation, they provide safety solutions to those who perform high-risk activities.

      Working with energized high-voltage power systems, driving motor vehicles, transporting dangerous goods, working on suspended access equipment, and utility line clearing, the IHSA is the governing organization that grants COR in Ontario.

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      Travelers Canada

      Travelers Canada is part of an industry-leading international team. Committed to continuously evolving to meet your ever-changing needs.

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      Alberta Association
      for Safety Partnerships

      AASP is proud to partner with eCompliance in the delivery of their audit tool and new hazard assessment web application.

      AASP and eCompliance are working together towards a new and improved electronic audit tool, which will be available in 2017.

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      Energy Safety Canada (ENFORM)

      Energy Safety Canada (Enform) is the upstream oil and gas industry’s advocate
      and leading resource for the continuous improvement of safety performance. Their mission is to help companies achieve their safety goals by providing practices, assessment, training, support, metrics
      and communication.

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      British Columbia Municipal
      Society Association

      The central purpose of the BC Municipal Society Association is to improve worker health and safety through the sharing of knowledge and resources within local government.

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      Alberta Motor
      Transport Association

      AMTA is a province-wide, not-for-profit association formed to provide a voice for Alberta’s highway transportation industry. AMTA helps their members succeed by providing training programs and promoting safety initiatives that reduce workplace injuries.

      They represent the highway transportation industry in dealing with issues such as regulations, trans-border crossings, taxation, safety, the environment, and the future of trucking.

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      Ontario General
      Contractors Association

      Founded in 1939, the OGCA has grown into the largest representative association in the construction industry. Their members account for approximately 70% of all of Ontario’s Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) projects and for 100% of all Alternative Finance Projects (AFPs).

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      Alberta Municipal Health
      & Safety Association

      AMHSA is a non-profit association dedicated to reducing the human and financial costs of workplace illness, injuries, and property damage. Every town, village, municipal district, county, city and specialized municipality in Alberta is automatically
      a member of the association.

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