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It seems like the winter snowfall season is endless and the task of clearing snow from your business walkway has likely become routine by now.

Snow shoveling can be a demanding physical activity, and with any demanding physical activity, comes the potential for injury. 

Taking micro breaks while shoveling and using the right shovel can reduce the risk of injury. There are many factors when selecting the proper snow shoveling equipment. Check out this link for more information: How to Buy the Right Shovel

Update you OHC Bulletin Board

January is an ideal time to remove outdated posters and publications from your company's OHC bulletin board and throughout your facility. Below are two links that allow you to print FREE .pdf posters from MSA as well as WorkSafe Sask:

MSA OHC Bulletin Board Posters

WorkSafe Sask Bulletin Board Posters

Supervisor & Manager Training January 12th

On January 12th MSA is offering a FREE live virtual training course on Safety Fundamentals for Supervisors & Managers to provide education on their legislated safety responsibilities. To learn more or register click here: Safety Fundamentals Live Virtual Registration

For 2023 we have many training options available both in the classroom as well as live virtual. To learn more or book now click here:

2023 Live Virtual Course Calendar

2023 Classroom Course Calendar

MSA Donation to Regina Food Bank

Recently Marty Cobb, Executive Director of MSA donated $500.00 on behalf of MSA to the Regina Food Bank. 

The Regina Food Bank expressed appreciation for this timely donation.

LAST CALL FREE Ice Cleat Trial

WorkSafe Sask is looking for employers interested in participating in a FREE ice cleat trial program. Interested employers would be provided with a small number of cleats to provide their staff. 

The employers commitment would be to report back on their staff’s ice cleat trial experience at the end of the icy season. Due to the popularity of this initiative interested employers are asked not to delay and to email Beth Antoshkiw, WCB Account Manager for more information or to register: BAntoshkiw@wcbsask.com

More Updates

MSA Safety Advisors will be in Raymore and Tisdale 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