The Government of Saskatchewan extends deepest condolences to all the families and friends of those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.  Support services and resources are available

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Health and Safety Training

WorkSafe Saskatchewan hosts a series of occupational health and safety classroom and online training sessions. 

Who should take this training?

This training is aimed at workers who are responsible for conducting inspections and investigations related to health and safety at their places of employment.  The workers who will benefit the most from this training are:, 

  • Members of occupational health committees
  • Health and safety representatives
  • Managers
  • Supervisors

How to register

To register for training please visit

Employers in Saskatchewan have an obligation to ensure that members of occupational health committees and health and safety representatives receive training on their duties and functions. Please visit WorkSafe Saskatchewan Training for a complete list of courses.


1. Online WHMIS Course

This course is developed for Saskatchewan workers who will be asked to use or who will be exposed to hazardous materials at their workplace. It is offered online only. After workers have completed this basic WHMIS Training, employers are required to give workers workplace-specific training about any chemicals they will be exposed to or asked to use.

2. Level 1 Occupational Health Committee Training

This course is designed for occupational health committees, occupational health and safety representatives, managers, and supervisors and is offered in-class only.

This course will:

  • familiarize participants about how to read and use the OHS Act and regulations
  • outline committees' duties and responsibilities
  • teach hazard identification and control
  • recommend how to deal with and investigate refusals to work (Section 23, Act)
This course is available through WorkSafe Saskatchewan.

3. Level 2 Occupational Health Committee Training (Level 1 is a pre-requisite)

This course is designed for occupational health committees, occupational health and safety representatives, managers and supervisors. It is offered both in-class and online.

This course will:

  • help committee members
  • supervisors and employers plan/conduct workplace inspections and tech the steps and best practices for incident investigations.
This course is available through WorkSafe Saskatchewan.

4. Supervision and Safety Training

This course is designed for supervisors. It is offered in-class only.

This course will:

  • provide an overview of OHS legislation
  • explain supervisors' legal duties for health and safety in the workplace

This course is available through WorkSafe Saskatchewan.

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