Workplace health and safety
You have an obligation to ensure the health and safety of all of your employees while they are working. This requires that you comply with certain regulations and standards for the safety of your workplace.
- Employer and Employee Duties — Occupational Health and Safety (Federally Regulated Employers)
Read about the obligations that you and your employees have under the Canada Labour Code and the Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.
- Tools and Toolkits for Employers on Occupational Health and Safety
No matter what jurisdiction your organization is regulated in, these tools can help you comply with workplace health and safety requirements.
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System — Employer Requirements
Learn how to ensure that hazardous materials are handled safely in your workplace. Find information on use, storage, handling, disposal and labelling of hazardous materials.
- Occupational Health and Safety Essentials
Find online guides and checklists to help you prevent injuries in your workplace. Once you buy the documents, you will have 30 days to view them.
- Occupational health and safety - Saskatchewan
As an employer, you have the obligation to ensure the health and safety of your employees. Access resources to help you make your workplace as safe as possible.
- Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board
Find out if you need to register for workers' compensation insurance to protect you and your employees from work-related injuries or death.
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information – WHMIS - Saskatchewan
Reduce the risks from hazardous products in your workplace. Find out how to determine what is a controlled product and the rules and regulations that apply to them.
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