SHSAtv Episode 25: Preventing Workplace Violence

Preventing Workplace Violence As an employer, you may be legally required to have a violence prevention policy and plan. Even if it isn’t legally required for your industry, if your ...

Partner with us for Youth Safety Education Day Sept 10th, 2018

A day proudly proclaimed by the Government of Saskatchewan’s, Ministry of Education since 2012 Be a Safety Leader & Partner With Us! Every year, an average of THREE young workers ...

Hospitality Safety Leadership Certificate (HSLC)

Exclusive to the hospitality industry, the Hospitality Safety Leadership Certificate is designed to lead employers through the process of developing and implementing a health and safety management system, and empower them ...

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Steps for Life – Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy

What is Steps for Life? Steps for Life – Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy is a 5 km fundraising walk to help support families who have suffered from a life-altering injury, occupational disease or workplace fatality. It’s the flagship fundraising event for Threads of Life, a national registered charity dedicated to supporting families of […]

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Can Suicide Be Considered “Work Related?”…..Of Course It Can

In August of last year, a Saskatchewan man took his own life.  That event in itself is a tragedy, but learning that it was attributed, in part, to his workplace, makes it all the more tragic.  The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board made a ground-breaking decision when they said there was sufficient information to attribute his […]

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Annual General Meeting – March 22nd, 2018

We would like to announce that our Annual General Meeting will be take place on: March 22nd at 11:00 am at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Regina Hotel and Conference Centre The AGM is open to all members and associate members of the association. If you wish to attend, please contact George Marshall. 

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