MSA has just released a new online training course called Hazard Analysis, Risk Assessments & Workplace Control Measures.

Is your team proficient in recognizing workplace hazards, assessing associated risks, and implementing control measures?

Equipping your staff with the skills to pinpoint hazards and collaborate with management to mitigate risks through effective controls is crucial for fostering a safer work environment for everyone.

MSA members are encouraged to complete this new online training course. 

To learn more or to register, click here: Online Course Registration

Amendments to Sask. Employment Act

On May 17th, changes to the Sask. Employment Act will come into effect in the province. Key changes include:

  • The definition of a worker has been clarified to include secondary and post-secondary students.
  • Employers are required to investigate incidents of harassment.
  • Employers are required to have a violence policy and violence prevention plan in place.
  • OHS Officers can take photographs and or recordings during a workplace inspection.
  • OHS Officers can exclude nominee from an interview during an investigation
  • As well as other general amendments.

Click here for more info: SEA Amendments

Members are advised to take necessary steps to ensure they comply with these changes coming into effect on May 17, 2024.  If you require assistance from one of our safety consultants, please contact us at: info@motorsafety.ca

Safety Training Options

MSA offers OHC 1, OHC 2 and Safety Fundamentals for Managers & Supervisors in the classroom as well as live virtual.

Our next course offering will be in the Regina classroom on April 11th.

To learn more, click here: Occupational Health Committee - Level 1 Classroom Registration

For additional 2024 safety training dates and courses click here: MSA Courses

Members can book MSA to conduct in-house training at no charge at your facility click here for details: In House Training

MSA AGM - Highlights

We would like to thank the members who came to Regina and joined us for our AGM.  It was a very successful event as we welcomed three new Board members and thanked three past Board members for their services.

To virtually meet our new Board members, click here:  MSA Board of Directors

Saskatoon Leadership Breakfast Meeting

Please plan to join us on April 16th in Saskatoon as we kick-start our Leadership Breakfast meetings.

Mr. Gord Moker will be our speaker on the topic of a Psychologically Safe Work Environment for Leaders.

Seating is very limited, please register with the link below:

MSA Breakfast Meeting

Grainger Canada Discount

The MSA is thrilled to share that MSA members can now receive a discount when using account number 887482364. For additional promotional pricing on safety items, click here: MSA Grainger Partnership.

To learn more about this exclusive offering for MSA members, click here: Member Discounts

MSA Member Survey

In an attempt to better serve our members, we are asking for your feedback by completing this short member survey. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to fill out. Your participation is important and appreciated.

MSA Member Survey

Where Are We Going This Week?

MSA Safety Consultants will be in the Assiniboia and Humboldt 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



Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Executive Director


673 Henderson Drive

Regina, SK