Supportive resources and services are designed to assists SASWH’s membership and program licensed employers to meet the minimum requirements of Saskatchewan’s occupational health and safety (OH&S) legislation. Contact us for additional information.
Occupational Health Committees (OHCs) are required in the workplace under current Saskatchewan occupational health and safety legislation which sets out the structure for the workplace responsibility system (IRS). This is the primary mechanism for the employer and employees to work…
All injuries are preventable and can be identified with a comprehensive workplace inspection. Workplace incidents are expensive and involve economic loss to both the employer and the employee. The employer’s due diligence is to ensure the workplace is inspected to…
A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a valuable tool for identifying hazards related to a specific job or work tasks. JSA is also used for developing accepted safe work practices in the workplace.
SASWH Infection Control Consultant’s focus is on prevention, preparedness and planning regarding infection control practices specific for personal care, group & residential homes across Saskatchewan.
The Provincial Healthcare Workplace violence prevention program can enhance employee and patient safety, improve the quality of patient care, and includes a 5 step program to build a stronger culture of safety.
Resources are available here to assist school divisions in creating safer workplaces through the application of the Safety Management System. All documents and resources are aligned to achieve legislative compliance and support safety in Saskatchewan Schools.
SASWH provides a variety of programs and services and are available to assist in reaching your workplace safety goals. Our guide will provide you with all the information on what we offer our members.
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COVID-19 – Safety protocols are in place for all training classes and visitors on-site. Your temperature will be taken as you enter the building. Physical distancing will be observed.