The Saskatchewan Safety Council is your singular source for all things safety-related in Saskatchewan. Our organization exists to help ensure you can make informed decisions about your safety. We've been doing so since 1955.
Whether you are in search of safety resources, require training for one person, a group, or your entire organization anywhere in the province, working with our dedicated team will simplify processes and save you time.
If we are unable to provide you with the specific safety information you seek, we have the relationships, resources, and willingness to help you find it.
- TRAINING COURSES
- ATV/UTV (Commercial)
- Aerial Work Platforms
- Agricultural Tractors
- Babysitter Training Course
- Basic Rider Training
- Bear Awareness
- Confined Space Entry
- Defensive Driving
- Defensive Driving For School Buses
- Defensive Driving for 15 Passenger Vans
- Driver Improvement Instructor (Canada Safety Council)
- Early Safety Training Program
- Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS)
- Emergency Preparedness
- Experienced Rider Training
- FREE Online Agriculture Training System
- Fall Protection
- Fall Protection for AWP
- Firefighting with Hand Portables
- First Aid/CPR
- Flag Person
- Flag Person Instructor
- Floor Warden
- Forklift (Class I - VII)
- Ground Disturbance
- Hearing And Respiratory
- Introduction to Fire Extinguishers
- Job Task Analysis
- Mature Driver Refresher Course
- Mature Driver Refresher Course Listings
- Powered Mobile Equipment Instructor
- Professional Driver Improvement
- Respirator Fit Testing
- Safe Backing
- Safety Inspections
- Safety and the Supervisor
- Security of Loads
- Skid Smart Collision Avoidance
- Skid Steer Loader
- Snowmobile (Commercial)
- Trailer Safety
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods
- Variable Reach Material Handlers
- Vehicles & Traffic
- WHMIS Instructor
- Work Zone Traffic Accommodation Supervisor
24 Apr 2017
What Does Safety Mean if you are not sure where you will Sleep or if you will Eat Tonight?
When you think about safety, what does that look like? Safety, by definition, is freedom from risk, danger, injury or loss. Many people, at the thought of safety, conjure images of hard hats and har...
30 Mar 2017
How does your safety program measure up?
The Saskatchewan Safety Council recognized Wascana Centre Authority with a Certificate of Recognition for their Safety Management System. Wascana Centre is the first organization to successfully meet ...