The Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH) is an independent not-for-profit organization and is funded by a portion of the premiums that healthcare employers pay into the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board. SASWH works with Saskatchewan healthcare employers and workers, providing safety training, consulting, and resources to reduce workplace risks and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses.
SASWH has secured a license agreement with the Public Services Health and Safety Association of Ontario for the use of the Workplace Violence Risk Assessment tool, Client Risk Assessment tool and Community Care tools. This section of the SASWH website is developed for employers and employees in the healthcare industry to identify risk factors and levels associated with workplace violence.
SASWH respects and upholds the privacy of the users of its website in the highest regard, and as such all information submitted or provided to SASWH via the website will be used solely for the e-distribution of newsletters, industry and OH&S updates and legislation changes. Also, to notify subscribers of upcoming events, training, services, and surveys offered by SASWH. Contact information will also be used to determine specific privileges and access to areas of the website that is determined by internal prior
All submitted contact information will not be sold or distributed to third parties without the expressed and written consent of the individual. SASWH is not responsible for any general information and/or contact information that has been submitted via our website by your representative or 3rd. party that didn’t have your prior consent for submission. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us:
Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health
952 Albert Street
Regina SK S4R 2P7
Canada Telephone: 306-545-5595 Fax: 306-545-6574 email@example.com
We reserve the right to amend this policy from time to time by posting an updated copy of this policy on our website. Any such amendments will be effective as of the date of the post.
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 and medical grade face masks must be worn. Physical distancing will be observed.