Corporate Leadership in Safety
Checking in with Ledcor
Since winning the SCSA’s Corporate Leadership in Safety Award last year, Sheldon Zepick of Ledcor says they have received recognition and congratulations from their head office, other companies in the industry, their subcontractors and trades workers who said “thanks for your program and for taking care of us as well.”

The SCSA joined Ledcor in Regina on May 30 at the new Crown Shred & Recycling facility for a Safety Day event. Zepick said the day gave "a positive reassurance for everyone who showed up that we do care about every worker – not just building the buildings and making money, but we care about you as a person as well.”

Ledcor Safety Day in Regina with SCSA Advisors
Instructor Led Training
From your deck or in our classrooms
Summer doesn't last, make sure you have the right training to do your job safely and get home or to the lake to enjoy those long summer nights. Book your spot for online or classroom training:

July 6 - Aerial Work Platform Safety Awareness
July 10 & 11 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
July 12 - Fall Protection & Prevention
July 12 & 13 - Safety Auditor
July 13 - WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer
July 13 & 14 - Basic Training Techniques
July 17 - Effective Claims Management
July 18 - Confined Space Monitoring & Entry
July 19 - Fall Protection & Prevention
July 25 - WHMIS 2015 Train the Trainer
July 27 - Fall Protection & Prevention
July 27 - Contractor Training
July 31 - Safety Administration

July 11 - Fall Protection & Prevention
July 20 - Confined Space Monitoring & Entry VR Proficiency
July 20 - *NEW General Scaffold Safety
July 26 - Fall Protection & Prevention

July 11 - *NEW General Scaffold Safety
July 17 - Fall Protection & Prevention
July 18 & 19 - Safety Auditor
July 20 - OHC Training Level 1
July 26 & 27 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
July 28 - Confined Space Monitoring & Entry VR Proficiency
In Memory of Andrew Hann
Fall Protection Trailer Marks 7 Years
Andrew Hann, an apprenticeship scaffolder, died in a workplace accident in Saskatchewan ten years ago. His mother Karen, spoke at a recent construction safety conference in Newfoundland through the Threads of Life speakers bureau. Read her story here

In 2016, a fall protection demonstration trailer was donated to the SCSA in Andrew's memory. This trailer is still in use today, reaching thousands with the important message of proper fall protection and prevention.

Contact advisory services to book the fall pro demo.
Hann's mother, friend, and fiancee with SCSA advisors and fall pro trailer in 2016.
Interested in making a difference by improving safety and preventing injuries in construction? We're looking for a qualified full-time program auditor to join our Regina team. Watch this video to learn what a current auditor loves about the job, then apply through our Careers page.
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Coming soon. . . training that meets you where you are. Online, any time, when it works for you. In addition to SCOT, new courses in ladder safety, workplace inspections, mental health and more will be added over the summer. Create a free account, then check back to view all courses.
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The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is a non-profit organization funded by the construction industry to provide quality, affordable safety training, programs and advice. The SCSA serves companies that employ workers in building construction and are registered with the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) for residential, commercial & industrial construction or construction trades.