Elements of a Safety Program

Did you know that MSA Safety Consultants provide no-cost onsite consulting services to support members in their journey of developing an occupational health and safety program?

Having an occupational health and safety program is an important health and safety tool that has been proven to reduce incidents in the workplace. Companies that have worked with MSA in the development of their safety program often progress to achieve COR certification.

MSA members have access to our free online Safety Management System (SMS) tool. This tool allows MSA members to learn systematically in the development and implementation of a safety program. 

Click here for more information: Safety Management System

WorkSafe Saskatchewan has published a supporting document titled Elements of an Occupational Health and Safety Program. 

Click here to download this free resource: Elements of an OHS Program

MSA Regina New Employee

Motor Safety would like to introduce our new employee Nikki Vanhouwe. Nikki has worked in the safety field since 2015. 

Here is a link where you can find out more about Nikki:

Nikki Vanhouwe Bio

Overhead Crane Safety Webinar

Overhead cranes are vital tools that can enhance operational efficiency, safety and capability in handling heavy materials.

They can also be very dangerous when not operated or maintained properly. Misuse, lack of proper training, and failure to adhere to safety regulations can lead to severe accidents and fatalities.

Join us on June 20, 2024, at 11:00 AM, to learn about the essential safety protocols and compliance requirements that protect crane operators and bystanders. Gain insights into risk management, routine inspections, and effective communication strategies to ensure safe and efficient crane operations.

Register today for this free webinar to ensure your seat:


Crane Webinar Registration

Summer Training Dates

Register now and receive free essential industry safety training this summer! This provincially recognized training prepares Occupational Health Committee members, Supervisors and Managers for their required safety roles in the workplace. We have upcoming live virtual training on:

June 27th OHC Level 2

July 11th Safety Fundamentals for Managers & Supervisors

August 1st OHC Level 1

August 22nd OHC Level 2

To learn more or to register click below: Live Virtual Training Registration

Classroom Options: MSA Classroom Training Calendar


In-House Training at members site: In House Training

Toolbox Talks

Having a weekly safety toolbox talk is a great way to spend a few minutes with your staff to share key messages on safety topics. MSA Safety Consultants can come to your location and offer a toolbox talk to your staff. To learn more about this member benefit contact: info@motorsafety.ca

MSA members are also encouraged to take advantage of our extensive library of free downloadable toolbox talks and share them with your staff: Toolbox Talks

Member Discounts

The Motor Safety Association has collaborated with Grainger Canada for a special offer to MSA members.  MSA members receive a discount when using account number 887482364. For additional promotional pricing on safety items click here.

Click here to learn more: MSA Member Discounts

Public Notice: MSA Members Public Board Meeting

MSA will be holding a public board meeting for members on June 20th at 11:30 AM. The meeting will take place at 206 Washington Ave, Davidson, SK.

Click Here to Register

MSA Online Clothing Store

MSA members can now order MSA branded clothing and high visibility safety garments here: MSA Online Clothing

The link to the store will remain open for online orders until June 27th.


At that time clothing items will be ordered and logoed then distributed in the summer.

Upcoming Travel and Collaboration Opportunities

MSA Safety Consultants will be in the Prince Albert and Glenavon areas soon. If your business is interested in having a MSA Consultant come out at no additional charge to provide consulting onsite safety services, contact us at: 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

Your feedback is invaluable to us. Please take a moment to complete a short survey to help us improve our services. Access the survey here.

Thank you for your continued support and collaboration.



Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Programs Services Manager


673 Henderson Drive

Regina, SK