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Following safe work practices and safe work procedures is essential in maintaining a safe working environment for your staff.

Safe work practices provides generic recommended instructions on how to use equipment and tools to work safely. 

Safe work procedures provide detailed step-by-step instructions on how to perform a specific task or activity. 

Over the last decade, MSA has compiled a library including hundreds industry specific safe work practices and safe work procedures for our members.

Topics range from Driving, Cranes, Hoists & Stands, Environmental, Ergonomics, Forklift, Ladders, Platforms, Power tools, Welding and many many more.

All safe work practices and safe work procedures are now posted on our website and are free downloadable: Safe Work Practices and Procedures

Summer Severe Weather

When I was nine years old the very tornado pictured ripped through our farm and neighboring communities. Since this time I have watched the skies cautiously and am very alert for changing Severe Weather Conditions.

MSA has created an informative webinar on Severe Weather for your review: Severe Weather Webinar


The National Safety Council also has many Tornado Preparedness tips to keep you safe during the tornado season: Emergency Preparedness - Tornado

Summer Training Dates

As we enter into the summer months, MSA continues to offer provincially industry recognized no charge safety training opportunities for your staff.  Our next live virtual courses are on:


July 20th Occupational Health Committee Level 1

August 10th Occupational Health Committee Level 2

August 24th Safety Fundamentals for Managers & Supervisors


For additional upcoming training opportunities click below:


Live Virtual Options: Live Virtual Training Registration

Classroom Options: MSA Classroom Training Calendar

Hand Injury

Have you ever had a hand injury at work? Please consider completing this short hand injury survey to help prevent further hand injuries in our industry: Hand Injury Survey

Where Are We Going?

MSA Safety Advisors will be in the Estevan and Humboldt areas soon. If your business is interested in having a MSA Advisor 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

Programs Services Manager