|Health||Desiree Paulo, Vice Chair||Jamie Taylor|
|Crown||Beth Antoshkiw, Chair||Melissa Wallace|
|Retail & Regulatory||Echo Stringer||Julie Mack|
|Public Service||Lynette Napady||Roger Dusseault|
|Education||Amro Khalil||Debbie Stavely|
|Community Service||Joanne Bevan||Bernice Perkins|
|Human Rights & Equity||Angi McGarry||Roger Dusseault|
|Youth||Courtney Topping||Fancal Zou|
|Staff Advisor||Bonnie McRae|
How to deal with an Occupational Health and Safety concern
Step 1: Immediately inform your supervisor/person in charge (if the problem is not resolved go to Step 2).
Step 2: Contact your OH&S workplace committee member, (If the problem is not resolved go to Step 3).
Step 3: Work with the OH&S workplace committee to resolve the concern, (If the problem is not resolved go to Step 4).
Step 4: Contact the Ministry of Labour Relations and Safety @ 1.800.567.7233, or 306.787.449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.lrws.gov.sk.ca
Training of representatives, committee members
46(1) At a place of employment where a representative is designated, an employer shall ensure that the representative receives training respecting the duties and functions of a representative. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, 1996 30 O-1.1 REG 1
(2) At a place of employment where a committee is established, an employer or contractor shall ensure that the co-chairpersons of the committee receive training respecting the duties and functions of a committee.
(3) Where a member of a committee or a representative gives reasonable notice, an employer or contractor shall permit the member or representative to take leave for a period or periods of not more than five working days per year to attend occupational health and safety training programs, seminars or courses of instruction.
(4) Where a member of a committee or a representative attends a training program, seminar or course of instruction on health and safety matters conducted or provided by the division or by an approved training agency, an employer or contractor shall credit the member’s or representative’s attendance as time at work and ensure that the member or representative loses no pay or other benefits. 4 Oct 96 cO-1.1 Reg 1 s46.
Plagiarism will result in disqualification from the scholarship.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 SGEU OH&S Safety Scholarship Award, Cashtyn Grunder and Camille McDaid.
The 2020 WorkSafe Saskatchewan Safe Worker Award winner is Northern Mat & Bridge Limited Partnership, Yorkton, SK
This is a sample form that sectors can change to be specific to their workplaces. The form can be used in bargaining and for proof of workload issues.
We ask that you complete the form if you think there is a workload issue and forward it to your Local/Region/OH&S Committee and to Bonnie McRae at email@example.com. The form would then be provided to the SGEU OH&S Standing Committee to compile statistical data for review of trends.
Our goal would be to identify what and where the workload issues are. We can look at avenues to help resolve the issues.
1972: Saskatchewan leads in passing its own Occupational Health and Safety Act, Saskatchewan institutes the concept of internal responsibility system by making health and safety a joint responsibility of employer and employees and requiring the establishment of joint health and safety committees. It enshrines three fundamental rights of workers:
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