Every year Saskatchewan’s Premier Safety event brings together hundreds of safety professionals from across North America to see the latest products, services, and information in over 100 safety and related display booths from organizations from across North America.
Industry has known for many years that safety doesn’t cost - it pays. The 1st Annual Industrial Safety Seminar was held in 1974. Started by a group of concerned individuals, the aim of the conference was to give safety professionals in Saskatchewan a forum to discuss areas of common concern. It was an opportunity to bring a high quality safety event to the province. Since 1974, the event has grown to become Saskatchewan’s premier safety show and one of the largest events of its type in western Canada. The 43rd Annual Industrial Safety Seminar will feature 24 educational sessions with speakers from Saskatchewan, Canada and the United States. It will also feature one of the largest displays of safety equipment and services in western Canada with 105 display booths.
The 43rd Annual Industrial Safety Seminar will take place on February 1, 2, and 3, 2016 at Prairieland Exhibition Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The Industrial Safety Seminar, although aimed primarily at business and industry, is open to anyone interested in safety. Average attendance in the past 3 years was over 750 delegates per year representing Safety Managers and Professionals, Occupational Health and Safety Committee Members, Supervisors and interested small businesses and individuals. Delegates represent a large cross section of Saskatchewan industries including mining, utilities, oil & gas and construction, Provincial and Federal regulatory agencies, crown corporations and private companies.
The Industrial Safety Seminar is an excellent opportunity for new or experienced safety practitioners to attend professional development sessions with experts on a variety of current safety related topics. It is also an opportunity for all those interested in safety to network with like minded people while expanding their safety knowledge.