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Renseignements en Français

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Safety Information Management System

The Safety Information Management System (SIMS) is an online database that allows employers across Saskatchewan the ability to connect in real time with the Occupational Health and Safety Division.


1. Benefits

Employers registered with SIMS can access the system 24/7.

The online database now allows employers to:

  • View safety record information collected by the Occupational Health and Safety Division;
  • Register their company with the Occupational Health and Safety Division;
  • Submit incident reports for dangerous occurrences and serious injuries; and
  • Submit progress reports for Notice of Contraventions.

Employers will also receive electronic alerts from the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety.  

This communication provides employers with up-to-date information on employment and safety standards including: 

  • Prevention awareness
  • Notification of hazard alerts and more

2. Who Should Register

All employers across Saskatchewan should register onto SIMS to allow easy access to the company’s safety information and to keep up-to-date on safety issues and communications from OHS.

Employers who have multiple locations will need to register each location separately.  All locations will be viewable on the employer’s dashboard. 


3. Accessing SIMS

To register for an account (or for existing users needing to add a new location):


If you are an existing user wanting to access your account:



4. Further Information

The SIMS User Guide has been developed to assist employers with registration and navigation of the database. If you require assistance, please contact the Occupational Health and Safety Division at 1-800-567-7233.

Special security features have been built into SIMS to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of businesses' information. Employers' information will be used for Occupational Health and Safety purposes only and will not be distributed.

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