NEW Cargo Securement Course

Ensuring the safe transportation of cargo is of utmost importance in today’s fast-paced and interconnected world.

The primary purpose of load securement is to maintain the integrity of the cargo and prevent any damage or loss during transit. By securing the load effectively, the risk of accidents, injuries, and property damage can be significantly reduced. Additionally, proper load securement ensures compliance with local, national, and international regulations, which are in place to maintain safety standards in the transportation industry.

To learn more or to register click here:

Cargo Securement - Online Course

2024 Safety Training Options

MSA offers OHC 1, OHC 2 and Safety Fundamentals for Managers & Supervisors in the classroom as well as live virtual.


Our next course offering will be on February 15th -  Safety Fundamentals for Managers & Supervisors. To learn more click here: Live Virtual - Safety Fundamentals - February 15th


For additional 2024 safety training dates and courses click here: MSA Courses


Members can book MSA to conduct in-house training at no charge at your facility click here for details: In-House Training

Reporting Payroll to WCB

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 work injury coverage. For more information on this process click here: Sask WCB Employers' Payroll Statement

Mark's Discount Cards

MSA members can receive a 10% discount when they present this digital discount card in store.  Discount Card


If you require printed Mark’s Discount wallet cards for your staff please email: [email protected]


To view this discount code plus many other MSA discounts available to our members click here: Member Discounts

Where Are We Going?

WorkSafe Sask has asked that we help spread the word about their upcoming youth safety video contest. To learn more about how to participate click here: 2024 Youth Video Contest | WorkSafe Saskatchewan


Skills Canada Saskatchewan registration is now open. Do you know a high school student in workplace safety that would like to compete? MSA’s very own Chris Parnitsky is the provincial technical committee co-chair for this competition. 

To learn more click here: Skills Canada Sask Youth Competition

Where Are We Going?

MSA Safety Consultants will be in the Estevan and Lloydminster areas soon. If your business is interested in having an MSA Consultant come out at no additional charge to provide consulting onsite safety services, contact us at: [email protected] 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: [email protected]



Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Executive Director

673 Henderson Drive

Regina, SK