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Injured workers can request help with their WCB claims and appeals through the Office of the Worker's Advocate.
Find information on violations under Saskatchewan’s occupational health and safety acts and regulations including summaries of all enforcement outcomes form the current year and archives of previous years.
Prevention is the first line of defence when it comes to workplace safety. Information on how to prevent tips and policies on violence and harassment in the workplace.
It is everyone’s responsibility to maintain a healthy and safe workplace. Information for Occupational Health Committees and Occupational Health and Safety Representatives including duties, how to set up a committee, minutes, and information on training.
Everyone in the workplace is legally responsible for safety. Find information on the responsibilities for employers, supervisors, workers, and more.
All Saskatchewan employers can register onto SIMS to allow easy access to their company's safety information.
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