4 Ways to Reach Your Safety Goals
With a little help from your friendly safety association...
Safety is not a New Year's resolution that you set and forget. But a new year brings the opportunity to set priorities and goals that will guide your company to success. Essential to this success is the health and safety of your team.

If you want to prevent injuries and improve your company's overall safety performance this year, find out the four ways you can get the most value from your safety association to help you reach those goals.
Instructor Led Training
Essential Courses to Stay Safe on Site
When setting goals for a successful 2024, make training part of your plan. We have a full schedule of Instructor Led courses to keep you safe throughout the new year:

Jan 8 – Safety Management
Jan 11 – Basic Training Techniques
Jan 15 – OHC Level 1
Jan 16 – Fall Protection & Prevention
Jan 17 – WHMIS Train the Trainer
Jan 18 – Contractor Training
Jan 18 – Effective Claims Management
Jan 19 – Aerial Work Platform
Jan 25 – Safety Administration
Jan 30 – Confined Space Monitoring & Entry
Jan 31 – Basic Training Techniques
Jan 31 – Fall Protection & Prevention

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Jan 24 – Aerial Work Platform
Jan 25 – Fall Protection & Prevention
Feb 7 - Leadership for Safety Excellence

Jan 23 – Safety Auditor
Jan 25 – Fall Protection & Prevention
Feb 14 - Leadership for Safety Excellence

Jan 9 – Confined Space Monitoring & Entry
Jan 10 – Fall Protection & Prevention
Jan 15 – General Scaffold Safety
Feb 14 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
Bruce Churchwell, senior HSE coordinator at Wright Construction in Saskatoon, recently took our General Scaffold Safety Training course and shared his experience with us.

"We just keep coming back to the SCSA because they provide quality training . . . Whenever we can use the SCSA, any construction company should be using them." -Bruce Churchwell

Check out the short video to hear Bruce's take on why SCSA training is effective and how it focuses in on what the construction industry needs.

Hoisting & Rigging Webinar
Ensuring Worker Competency
January 10, 2024
Guest Speaker Brayden Sikora, Cranemasters

We have partnered with Cranemasters to bring you two webinars on January 10 and February 14. Watch these live or as a post-event recording through our On Demand catalog.

First up, join us to explore key topics related to competent rigging personnel:

What types of knowledge & training are required to be successful?
How much experience is needed to have the skills to work independently or with minimal supervision?
What tools are available to verify the competency of my workers?
What should your company policy say about your rigging products and their uses?
AGM Speaker Announcement
Greg Johnson, Tornado Hunter
With the common goal of reducing injury rates, the SCSA signed a new five-year funding agreement with Saskatchewan WCB. Read the announcement and full funding agreement here.
Explore these topics and more to build healthy habits on site in the new year Distracted Driving, Personal Care & Conduct, Safe Job Procedures and Equipment, Machines & Tool Guards.
If you are an industry leader or business owner interested in serving on our board of directors, we want to hear from you. Send us your expression of interest and plan to attend our AGM in March 2024.
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Leadership Essentials Program

The Edwards School of Business is offering a discount to SCSA members for the Leadership Essentials program in Regina and Saskatoon.

Discount Code: SCSA25
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.