Since 1955, the Saskatchewan Safety Council, a non-profit registered charity, has been dedicated to the prevention of injury in Saskatchewan... at home, at play, and at work.
Funded through donations, membership contributions, sponsorships, and the distribution of safety programs and materials, the revenues generated by the Safety Council are invested within the province of Saskatchewan to further promote safety.
With the help of sponsors and through a variety of community partnerships and its members, the Saskatchewan Safety Council continues to deliver an extensive list of safety training, programs and services everywhere in our province.
The Saskatchewan Safety Council:
- Developed the first universal High School Driver Education Program in Canada
- Introduced Defensive Driving Courses in Saskatchewan
- Hosts the only annual Industrial Safety Seminar in the province
- Launched province’s first Motorcycle Safety Program
- Developed province’s first major agricultural safety campaigns
- Advocated for seatbelt use; car seats for children; and legal limits to alcohol levels
- Developed the first Fire Control School in Saskatchewan
- Introduced Forklift Training courses in Saskatchewan
- Developed the First Safe Grad Program
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.
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.
How can the Saskatchewan Safety Council help you or your organization be safer?
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- Supporting Those We Love
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- Substantial Growth in Program for Youth
- Lunch and Learn
- Saskatchewan Safety Council joins the RRLIP Partnership Council!
- Summer Bash!
- First Ride
- Mental Health Training Added to Career Safety Education!
- Ag in Motion
- Agriculture Safety
- For a Great Cause!
- A Progressive Agriculture Safety Day
- Cade Sprackman Safety Day in Hudson Bay
- Get Defensive!
- Why Get Fit Tested?
- Strategic Alliance Formed between Industries to Deliver Free Career Safety Education
- Mental Health and Safety
- Making Safe Choices Even if you Fall in Snowbanks
- Interview with a Winner!
- Breaking the Ice with Winter Safety Tips
- Quick 3 Steps to Getting Fit!
- Senior Safety
- Spooky Safety Tips
- October=Distracted Driving Month
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- “Fall” into Safe Choices
- Early Safety Training
- Singular Source for All Things Safety Related in Saskatchewan
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