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Our 3-Part OH&S Committee Training is BACK on October 12th!

Employers! Did you know that the ‘Establishment of an Occupational Health and Safety Committee’ is the #1 Contravention handed out by Occupational Health and Safety Officers? Also, among the top ten contraventions, the ‘Frequency of Meetings’ and ‘Training of Committee Members’ remain high. Having an OH&S Committee is not optional! Every place of employment where […]

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Record Your Injury To Solve the Mystery – Safety & Health Week 2022

One of the most important aspects of Safety and Health Week is awareness. This year, to recognize and support Safety and Health week and our industries we will be highlighting the importance of following Occupational Health & Safety legislation by discussing some of the top 10 OH&S Contraventions issued in Saskatchewan in 2021 in the […]

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Safety & Health Week May 1st – May 7th, 2022

The goal of Safety and Health Week (formerly known as NAOSH) is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. This goal seeks to improve attitudes towards safety, increase understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health, foster a […]

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Exposure Control Planning: Integrating COVID-19

Exposure control plans have always been required, but now they are being highlighted like never before.  The clear reason Exposure Control Plans are top-of-mind now is their ability to eliminate or minimize workers’ exposure to COVID-19.  But that isn’t all it’s for.  For anyone who has to take out garbage, clean bathrooms, interact closely with […]

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An Easy Tool That Can Increase Safety Awareness and Compliance In Your Workplace

Does your workplace have a safety bulletin board? Do you know where it’s located? What kind of information gets posted and how often is it updated? Creating a safety-themed bulletin board is arguably one of the easiest ways to prevent workplace injuries. A safety board can inform workers about potential hazards in the workplace, as […]

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