There is no such thing as an accident. There are accidents that can be anticipated and prevented. Occupational Health and Safety provides support and information to help identify hazards and prevent incidents resulting in illness, injury, or death. Find information on WHMIS, Radiation, safety standards, hazardous substances, and bulletins/hazard alerts here.
Update and view the Saskatchewan Asbestos Registry of Public Buildings. Information on what you need know when identifying and handling asbestos-containing materials
Harassment-free workplaces are a benefit to all people in Saskatchewan. Find out what constitutes harassment, your rights and responsibilities and how to prevent and stop harassment from happening.
Information on the safety standards pertaining to chemicals, dangerous goods, and hazardous substances in Saskatchewan workplaces.
The annual North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week will be observed in Canada, the United States, and Mexico during the week of May 7-13, 2017. NAOSH week serves to remind us of the importance of workplace safety and asks us to do our part to ensure that everyone arrives home safely at the end of the day.
All workers must be trained to safely operate powered mobile equipment before using it. Learn more about the training requirements and prevention tips when operating or working near powered mobile equipment.
Information on how to prevent violence in your workplace. The Saskatchewan Employment Act requires employers to develop and implement a policy to deal with violence in the workplace.
Learn more about the health and safety standards for radiation in Saskatchewan including what forms owners and operators must submit when installing, altering or inspecting radiation equipment.
Safety standards and guidelines associated to specific professions and industries in Saskatchewan.
Training and information sessions related to health and safety in the workplace for employees, supervisors, managers, owners, members of occupational health committees, and health and safety representatives.
Use WHMIS to reduce the risk of injuries or illnesses caused by chemical and biological substances (also referred to as hazardous materials or controlled products). WHMIS provides regulations to employers, workers, and suppliers who use or sell controlled products.