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Imagine for a moment that you have lost your ability to see, or that your sight has been significantly impaired. It is a scary thought…


Reducing the risk of eye injuries at the source, following safe work procedures and wearing eye protection will decrease potential eye injuries. 


MSA has collaborated with EyeSafe Sask. with a program that can save your employees up to 40% off prescription safety eyewear. Click here for more information: Member Discounts

WorkSafe Sask recently created a publication on Eye Injury prevention with many tips on how to prevent an eye injury. Click here to download a copy: WorkSafe Eye Injury Prevention Manual


Eye injuries are generally preventable, but what happens if you get something in your eyes at work? Last year one of the most common OHS contraventions issued to MSA members was: OHS Regulation 21-12 Eye Flushing Equipment – The employer or contractor shall provide, at readily accessible locations, approved equipment to flush the eyes of workers. 

To learn more about Eyewash station requirements I invite you to watch our recent webinar on this topic: Webinars

MSA Safety Advisors provide on-site consulting services and can assist your company to meet this regulation and help keep your worker's eyes safe. If you require our no-fee consulting assistance contact us at: info@motorsafety.ca

Classroom & Live Virtual Training Options

OHC Level 1 Classroom Training

On April 20th in Regina and April 27th in Saskatoon, we will be hosting OHC Level 1 classroom training courses. This provincially recognized training prepares Occupational Health Committee members for their role of being effective committee members and introduces them to the basics of navigating OHS legislation.

To learn more or to register click below:

Classroom Options: MSA Classroom Training Calendar

To view additional upcoming training opportunities from MSA click below:


Live Virtual Options: Live Virtual Training Registration

Safety & Health Week Virtual Guest Speaker May 2nd

Plan to attend this free virtual event featuring an inspirational talk titled “Together we can create high-functioning teams and safer workplaces”

For more information click here: Health & Safety Week Virtual Event

WCB Training Compensation Institute 2023

Save the dates May 29th & 30th to attend the free Training Compensation Institute in Saskatoon.

This free two-day event is an opportunity to hear from world-class international and local keynote presenters on a range of topics, experiences and perspectives regarding workplace safety, and safety leadership and practices.

For more information click here: 2023 WCB Comp Institute

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.

MSA Member Survey

In an attempt to better serve our members, we are asking for your feedback using this short member survey. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to fill out. Your participation is important and appreciated. MSA Member Survey

Where Are We Going?

MSA Safety Advisors will be in Stoughton & Rosetown areas soon. If your business is interested in having an MSA advisor come out at no additional charge to provide consulting 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