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Workplace Violence: Have You Done Enough?

Workplace Violence: Have You Done Enough? Workplace violence is defined in the Saskatchewan Occupational Health & Safety Regulations as, the attempted, threatened or actual conduct of a person that causes or is likely to cause injury, and includes any threatening statement or behaviour that gives a worker reasonable cause to believe that the worker is […]

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ESL Pilot Program for Health & Safety

ESL Pilot Program for Health & Safety Adults who have English as a second language, are at a greater risk of workplace fatalities and injuries than the average worker due to their inability to understand the workplace health and safety information adequately. These learners include limited English proficient, non-English, foreign born, and young workers. For […]

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UPDATE: DEADLINE CHANGE

UPDATE:  DEADLINE CHANGE This may seem like more of a rush for employers, but in reality, a lot of suppliers have ALREADY made the change.  Concerned about a specific chemical or supplier?  Give them a call!  All contact information must be included on both the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and the new version, the […]

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