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

MSA Safety Training

MSA is committed to providing comprehensive safety training to our members. Our upcoming courses include:

  • Occupational Health Committee (OHC) Level 2 in a Saskatoon classroom on May 16th. Click here for more details: OHC Level 2 Registration

  • For additional 2024 safety training dates and courses, visit this link.

Remember, members can book MSA for in-house training at no additional cost. Click here for more details.

Violence Legislation Update

Last week we shared violence prevention resources to support our members with the legislative changes coming into effect on May 17th.

To assist our members in implementing these changes, we have compiled the following free downloadable resources:

Should you require guidance or clarification on these legislative changes or assistance with violence prevention resources, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@motorsafety.ca.

Site Docs Discount

MSA members who sign up for SiteDocs will receive a 20% discount on the first year of their SiteDocs subscription.

Click here to learn more.

Discover additional discounts and exclusive offers here.

Upcoming Travel and Collaboration Opportunities

Our Safety Consultants will be conducting member services in Yorkton and Kinistino areas soon. If you would like to schedule a safety consultation, please reach out to us at info@motorsafety.ca or call 306-721-0688.

We also welcome any safety-related information or insights you would like to share with our industry and membership. 

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 in ensuring workplace safety.



Ryan J. Bast, CRSP

Executive Director


673 Henderson Drive

Regina, SK