Harassment Prevention Starts with Knowing

No one would argue that harassment is wrong.  And no one would argue that the workplace is an exception.  Yet, there are repeated reports of that being exactly the case. ...

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 ...

Be a Safety Leader & 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 ...

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Accommodating Medical Marijuana Use in Safety-Sensitive Positions May be an “Undue Hardship” for Employers

The inability for employers to measure impairment from cannabis is proving to have an effect in the workplace.  In a recent case, an Arbitrator ruled in favor of the employer for not placing a worker who uses medical cannabis on a project in a safety sensitive position. The Arbitrator concluded: “The Employer did not place […]

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Harassment Prevention: Who Is Responsible?

As discussed in our accompanying article, Harassment Prevention starts with Knowing, the statistics are clear that harassment is occurring in many workplaces.  But who is ultimately responsible for making it stop?  The answer is everyone, but in varying levels.  As with all safety responsibilities, the ultimate responsibility is at the top.  However, everyone can play […]

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WorkSafe Sask. announces Youth Video Contest Winners

Regina, SK – WorkSafe Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Youth Video Contest. Saskatchewan students in Grades 9 to 12 were invited to create a two-minute video with the theme, “Focus on Safety” to help students learn more about workplace safety. The 2018 Youth Video Contest winners are: First place: Focus […]

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