The Saskatchewan Environmental Code was implemented approximately three years ago. The development of the first edition of the code was a collaborative effort involving representatives from companies, industry associations, government ministries and agencies at all levels, environmental organizations, First Nations and Métis communities, academia and individuals. The Ministry of Environment commends the commitment and contribution made by more than 200 experts and industry leaders on the development of the code.
The Ministry continues to work with the Code Advisory Committee on additional code chapters. To better inform future direction, we are seeking direct feedback from you, our stakeholders, regarding your experience with the code. Your feedback will help to establish a baseline for future assessments of code performance and client satisfaction, and contribute to continuous improvement of the code and supporting legislation. Your participation is voluntary.
Your anonymous results will be compiled into a summary report that will help improve the code and its future chapters.
The results of this survey will also be used for a Master’s Thesis from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina, entitled: Assessing the Effectiveness of Results-based Regulations in Fostering Innovations and Social Learning: A Focus on the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment.
If you have any questions regarding the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your cooperation and assistance. We appreciate your time and effort to provide feedback.
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Please complete the survey no later than August 8, 2018.