Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA)
SCSA e-Newsletter

In this issue . . .
Tool Box Talks
Take the latest
Tool Box Talk to your
next Safety Meeting!
Looking for a Career in Safety?
Find out how you
can earn a safety designation by completing the
National Construction Safety Officer
 program or the  Health and Safety Administrator (HSA) program. Also check our  Careers page for current and future
job opportunities
with the SCSA!

Classroom Courses
Don't delay your professional safety goals any longer! Search our schedule and register for
multiple courses.
Online Courses
Choose from a variety of convenient
online safety courses
to advance your safety knowledge anywhere, any time, and at your own pace!
Safety Demos
Contact your nearest SCSA office to book a free on-site safety demo presentation at your worksite or event!
 November 6 , 2017
Your Opinion Counts!
The SCSA Guide to OHS Legislation app has been very positively received in the industry since its release on September 6, 2017. As we look to Phase II development we want to know what you would value most. Please take 2 minutes and give us your thoughts by completing the following 5 question survey. Click Here to take the survey. 

To download the app from either the Apple or Google app stores, simply search "SCSA" using each store's search tool. 
Collin Pullar Joins John Gormley
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 SCSA President, Collin Pullar was invited to join John Gormley on NewsTalk Radio to discuss the SCSA Guide to OHS Legislation app that was launched this past September. 
A Win-Win Partnership is Formed
The newly formed partnership with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) will help to not only put the SCSA in the rural communities where their members are, but also where a number of those business owners and the people that they employ in the construction industry spend time their time in the winter months . . . in the local hockey arena.  Read More
Message From the President
In recent communication with Ministry of Central Services for the Government of Saskatchewan, I have learned that ministerial approval has been granted for the adoption of a policy that will see COR® or SECOR certification (or equivalent acknowledged by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association) as a requirement in all construction contracts expected to exceed $1M in value. Read More
SCSA Safety Awards Nomination Deadline Dec. 30th
Every year, the SCSA is proud to honour individuals, companies, and committees, for their commitment to promoting effective health and safety management systems in the residential and commercial building construction industry in Saskatchewan. The SCSA presents these awards at the SCSA Annual General Meeting in February. All award recipients also receive recognition in various SCSA online and offline publications and promotions, including the SCSA Safety Advocate  and Saskatchewan Business  magazine. 
WCB Proposes Drop in Premium Rates 
REGINA, SK - The Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) has proposed a drop in its 2018 average premium rate from $1.24 in 2017 to $1.19 in 2018 per hundred dollars of payroll, representing a decrease of four per cent. The announcement was made in Regina at the WCB's annual rate setting consultation with Saskatchewan employers, workers and other stakeholders.  Read More
 NCSO Exam Dates 
NCSO Exam dates:
  • November 24 - Saskatoon
  • December 15 - Regina
Note: If there is sufficient demand for the exam, additional dates will be added as needed.  Read More

SAVE THE DATE - SCSA Safety Conference, Tuesday, March 20, 2018

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