7 Great Sessions Over 2 Mornings
Online Conference April 23-24
Join us online over two mornings Tues. April 23 and Wed. April 24 to learn from experts in construction, safety, law, mental wellness, leadership and more. There is no cost to attend.

Behavioural change expert Dr Lisa Belanger will deliver strategies for leading effective teams, illustrate how the right habits contribute to a framework for success and offer practical tools for mental strength and optimal performance.

Other conference sessions include:
  • Legal Trends & Case Study with John Agioritis, MLT Aikins
  • Threads of Life Construction Safety Testimonial by Rebecca Orr
  • Construction Leadership Panel with Humboldt Electric, PCL and Wright Construction
  • WCB Presentation by Jonathan Sherman, Director of Prevention
  • Industry Panel with MCAS, SKCA and SK Building Trades
  • Armchair Discussion with Drew Wilby, LRWS and Collin Pullar

No matter the weather, spring is the perfect time for training.
Learn online, anywhere in the province, or join us in person at three locations.

April 4 - Effective Claims Management
April 5 - Contractor Training
April 8 - Basic Training Techniques
April 8&9 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
April 10 - Fall Protection & Prevention
April 11 - Aerial Work Platform Safety Awareness
April 12 - Confined Space Monitoring & Entry
April 15 - WHMIS Train the Trainer
April 23&24 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
April 25 - Fall Protection & Prevention
April 25 - Safety Administration
April 29 - Basic Training Techniques
April 30 - Safety Management

April 8 - Ground Disturbance for Construction
April 10 - OHC Training Level 1
April 15&16 - Leadership for Safety Excellence
April 16 - Fall Protection & Prevention
April 17&18 - Safety Auditor Training

Prince Albert

April 23 - Confined Space Monitoring & Entry
April 24 - Fall Protection & Prevention

Welcome to our new board members
Thanks to everyone who attended our Annual General Meeting in Swift Current on March 7. It was a great day to visit with members and learn Greg Johnson's take on risk, preparation, education, safety awareness and extreme weather.

We welcomed three new board members and said farewell to Mark Novecosky. Our sincere gratitude to all who commit their time, energy and expertise serving on the board.

Free webinar April 10 with Cranemasters
The Safety Culture Survey is back April 22
Does your company have a good culture around safety? Is everyone on board? What does your team really think?

Take part in the next round of our Safety Culture Survey to:
  • Measure employees' perspectives on safety
  • Predict areas of weakness where your company may be at risk of incidents
  • Prevent injuries and reduce claims

Over 500 Saskatchewan construction companies have already participated. Everyone who participates is entered to win SCSA prize packs. Sign up here.
For all employees who work with or around hazardous products, WHMIS Worker Training covers the 4 key components of hazard classification, pictograms, WHMIS labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).
Attend a free breakfast in your community put on by the Sask Common Ground Alliance. Managers, owners, supervisors, equipment operators and their crews who dig for a living are invited to hear a safe digging message, including a video which can be re-watched anytime with your employees.
April 1-7 is Global Asbestos Awareness Week. Visit our Asbestos Resources page for a panel video with asbestos experts, links and available training. Many other SCSA resources include a Tool Box Talk, a video Asbestos TBT and a YouTube presentation with Q&A.
Stop by our Saskatoon office May 6 for a BBQ lunch with safety demonstrations and Threads of Life. Or book a safety demo for your site to highlight the importance of PPE for your team.
Coming into effect May 17, 2024, all companies (in every industry) are required to implement a Violence Policy & Prevention Plan. Reach out to SCSA advisors for help developing and customizing your plan.
Construction safety and hockey excellence have a lot in common. Congratulations to all the hardworking teams on another great season and the coaches who provide essential leadership.
Continuing the Asbestos theme, how to Navigate the World of Respiratory Protection

NEOM is at it again with Gidori and Treyam. Just in case you forgot about The Line

More housing for women, by women, the YWCA trade journey program.

Attending the SCSA Conference? Here are some tips to make the most of it and for online. Or maybe you want to be on the presenting side of next year's SCSA Conference (or in general).

What if the building material of the future is trash, literally.

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The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is a non-profit organization funded by the construction industry to provide high-quality, affordable safety training, programs and advice. Committed to injury prevention, the SCSA serves 8,000 companies that employ workers in building construction and are registered with the Saskatchewan WCB for residential, commercial & industrial construction or construction trades.