The Saskatchewan Safety Council office staff works hard to promote all of our safety messages across the province. Each day they are building strong relationships with a wide variety of organizations to bring training and advocacy to the workplace. In turn, these relationships allow us to fund various community advocacy programs to every corner of the province.
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We believe our clients’ safety training should be the highest quality possible which is why the Saskatchewan Safety Council employs some of the most experienced and knowledgeable instructors in the country. Each instructor is fluent in his or her field of expertise, which means you can be confident you are getting the best value for your investment.
Whether we are completing a safety audit of your organization or refreshing your personal driving skills, when you work with a Saskatchewan Safety Council instructor, you are working with someone who sincerely cares about helping you make it home safe every day.
Motorcycle Safety Instructors
Willy J. Barraud
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