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Using lifting devices is a common practice in our industry. The types of lifting devices range from cranes to hoists to jacks. Regardless of the type of lifting device you are using, inspections play a vital role in the safe use of these devices.


Did you know that an employer or contractor must ensure that cranes, hoists, jacks or other lifting devices are inspected by a competent person? This is to determine whether the lifting device is in a safe working condition and must be done before the lifting device is used. 


If you require assistance in developing an inspection plan for lifting devices or are looking for inspection templates for lifting devices please contact us anytime at info@motorsafety.ca

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Training

Take a moment and watch this week’s safety short video that speaks to the general Responsibilities of Owners, Management, Supervisors and Workers. 


Responsibilities Safety Short Video


Next Thursday June 23rd we will be offering Level II Occupational Health Committee training. This recognized course provides critical information on safety committees on how to properly conduct Inspections & Investigations. If you have completed this training course in the past, it is a good idea to complete this training again to stay up to date with current committee processes. To learn more or register click here: Live Virtual Registration

 

If you missed last week’s webinar on Safe Use & Handling of Gas Cylinders and Welding Equipment a recording is available here:

Webinar Registration

More Updates

MSA Safety Advisors will be in Moose Jaw and Watrous 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


Motor Safety Association remains committed to assisting our members with safety questions or concerns. We can take phone calls 1-306-721-0688; meet through virtual meetings or onsite and are available via email. If you have any safety information that you feel should be communicated to our membership, please email:

info@motorsafety.ca


Sincerely,

 

Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Programs Services Manager