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Saskatchewan is amending its workplace safety rules in the Saskatchewan Employment Act to better protect young workers and enhance the needs of modern workplaces.

Topics such as definition of worker, harassment investigations, violence policy, photos and recordings by occupational health officers are among some of the key changes. To learn more about these changes click here: Changes - Saskatchewan Safety Rules

To support our members with these changes please review the updated:

Violence Prevention Plan OHS 2021

Harassment Prevention Guide OHS 2022

Contact us at info@motorsafety.ca if you require further assistance with these legislated changes.

Industry Perception Survey

MSA designed a short safety perception survey as a tool for our member companies to measure and benchmark the current state of safety culture in their workplaces.  MSA invites you to complete this industry specific safety perception survey:  Industry Perception Survey


Perception survey results are recorded in confidence and all results are anonymous. An industry summarization report of survey results will be shared in December. 


If you are interested in having the safety culture of your organization measured using our safety perception survey, please contact MSA to start the process.

COR Certification Program

MSA Congratulates Fort Garry Industries on becoming COR certified!

COR certification is available to MSA members at no additional charge to learn more click here: COR Certification

New Transportation of Dangerous Goods Course

If you missed last week’s exciting news, MSA has developed an industry recognized Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) free online course.

This TDG course applies to all staff members that transport or move dangerous goods on public roadways. Staff such as delivery drivers, sales staff transferring inventory between locations, parts department staff, shippers and receivers are the primary audience for this course.

In this free online two-hour course students will learn about:

·       TDG Legislation and Regulations

·       Training Requirements

·       Responsibilities

·       Classifications

·       Documentation and Placards

·       Exemptions & Special Cases

·       Industry TDG Examples and Reporting

For more information or to register click here: Transportation of Dangerous Goods

More Updates

MSA Safety Advisors will be in Kinistino and Moosomin 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: 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