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Having an automated external defibrillator (AED) in the workplace is a life-saving measure in times of emergency. It is the only device that can re-establish a normal heartbeat during sudden cardiac arrest. 

Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death worldwide and can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. That’s why it is so important to have an AED readily available.


MSA encourages employers to utilize the Sask Health Authority AED public access defibrillation program to register their AED location and availability.

To learn more about this free program click here: Public Access Defibrillation Access

If your worksite currently does not have an AED, MSA has established discounts with suppliers for your consideration. Click here for more information: MSA Member Discounts


MSA Resumes Classroom Training!

MSA is excited to announce it will be restarting in-person classroom safety training courses in 2023!

Safety Fundamentals for Supervisors and Occupational Health Committee Level 1 & 2 training will be available in person in the classroom starting in March.

Click here for course dates and locations: MSA Classroom Training Calendar


Do not worry we will continue to offer our high-quality Live Virtual training courses as an option and recognize the importance of offering flexible choices to our membership. To register for upcoming Live Virtual training click here: Live Virtual Training Registration

Eye Wash Station & Emergency Shower Requirements Webinar

Save the date, on March 9th, MSA will be offering a live webinar on Eye Wash Stations & Emergency Shower Requirements. To learn more or register now click here: Webinar Information & Registration

Leadership Training

Through collaboration with the Saskatchewan Safety Council, MSA members have access to an exciting training opportunity for leaders.

This 1-day workshop in Regina on, May 25th, will cover the soft skills that can help you refine your leadership style, be more effective at communicating with your teams and ultimately hone your skills to become a better leader.

MSA members qualify for a 10% discount when using promo code: MotorSafety2023 (case sensitive) when registering with the link below: Sask Safety Council Leadership Training

Annual Inspection

Inspecting your facility is an OHS legislated requirement and a proactive activity in identifying hazards. When was the last time you had a safety inspection completed at your facility by an industry-recognized safety professional?

MSA members are invited to enroll in our FREE Annual Inspection program and have a MSA Safety Advisor conduct a workplace inspection at your facility annually.

Members will receive a certificate of participation and a report with inspection items to follow up.  Click here to register now for 2023:

MSA Inspection Registration

WCB Employer’s Payroll Statement Due Feb 28

The WCB requires all businesses to file their employer payroll statement with them by February 28th. This information is required to assess your premiums for WCB workplace injury coverage.

For more information on this process click here: WCB Employer's Payroll Statement

More Updates

MSA Safety Advisors will be in Tisdale and Oxbow in the near future. If your business is interested in having a MSA advisor come out at no additional charge to provide onsite safety services, contact us at: info@motorsafety.ca or at 306-721-0688.

If you have any further safety information that you feel should be communicated to our industry and membership, please email: info@motorsafety.ca



Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Programs Services Manager