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WorkSafe Saskatchewan is presenting second and third place winners of Provincial Youth Video Contest

Four high school students are premiering their winning films today at the May Theatre in Lloydminster. WorkSafe Saskatchewan will be on hand to present the school and students with cash prizes. The students are the second and third place winners of the WorkSafe Saskatchewan Youth Video Contest. The second place winners are Tori Baynton and Sarah Thorpe with their video of Preoccupied. Taylor Musgrave and Taylor Higdon won third place with their video of If It Feels Wrong, Just Ask (teacher Alan Griffith for both). WorkSafe Saskatchewan looks for the best creativity, originality, production value and how the students present [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 Jun 16, 2015|Comments Off on WorkSafe Saskatchewan is presenting second and third place winners of Provincial Youth Video Contest

Free introductory e-course to WHMIS 2015

WorkSafe Saskatchewan is offering workers and employers a free introductory course to WHMIS 2015 through the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). The course explains the changes coming with WHMIS 2015. Canada’s requirements for the safe use of workplace chemicals will be changing. It will be updated as the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is incorporated into WHMIS. A multi-year transition period is in effect where the current WHMIS 1998 is updating to WHMIS 2015. For more information about how WHMIS 2015 might impact your workplace and to take the course, go to [...]

2015-06-04T12:12:09+00:00 Jun 4, 2015|Comments Off on Free introductory e-course to WHMIS 2015

Supervisors prevent injuries by listening to teens who speak up about workplace safety – U of R study

As many parents encourage their teen-aged children to find summer jobs, here’s something to think about. How safe is that workplace? And if it’s not safe is your teenager prepared to speak up about it? A study, co-authored by Dr. Sean Tucker, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, shows that teens – even those as young as 15 and 16 years of age – have suggestions for how to improve workplace safety but usually only speak up "under certain conditions," says Dr. Tucker. “We found that teens were more likely to speak up and share safety-related ideas with [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 May 20, 2015|Comments Off on Supervisors prevent injuries by listening to teens who speak up about workplace safety – U of R study

Automotive & safe driving tips for Victoria Day long weekend

The upcoming Victoria Day long weekend means road trips for many Saskatchewan motorists and families. For some, the May long weekend also marks the start of the camping season. Travellers can expect increased traffic of all types of vehicles including motorcycles, recreation vehicles, plus camper trailers and boat trailers. “Planning your road travels in advance, driving safe, staying focused, and adhering to the posted speed limits will help you reach your destination safely, plus reduce your vehicle’s fuel consumption,” said Christine Niemczyk, Director of Communications with CAA Saskatchewan. Here are some other helpful tips: Automotive & Recreation Vehicle Tips: (www.caask.ca/car-care-tips) [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 May 15, 2015|Comments Off on Automotive & safe driving tips for Victoria Day long weekend

Victoria Day holiday hours

The WCB's Regina and Saskatoon offices will be closed on Victoria Day (Monday, May 18). We resume regular hours of operation on Tuesday, May 19. Get online claim status 24x7 at myaccount.wcbsask.com. From everyone at the WCB, have a safe May long weekend.

2015-05-15T10:33:37+00:00 May 11, 2015|Comments Off on Victoria Day holiday hours

WCB Annual General Meeting

The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) is holding its Annual General Meeting today in Regina at the Queensbury Centre and tomorrow at the Hilton Garden Inn in Saskatoon. WCB Chairperson, Gord Dobrowolsky said he is eager to share the positive 2014 financial results. “The WCB remains fully funded, with sufficient assets to cover the future costs of all claims in the system at December 31, 2014. This is the guarantee made to injured workers, that benefits and programs would be available when a workplace injury occurs. It also fulfills our commitment to employers that the system will be run effectively [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 May 6, 2015|Comments Off on WCB Annual General Meeting

WCB Releases 2014 Operating Results

Total Injury and Time Loss Injury Rates decrease Number of claims reported down for 3rd consecutive year WCB funded position exceeds target range Today, the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board’s 2014 Annual Report was tabled in the provincial legislature. WCB Chair Gord Dobrowolsky said last year’s operating results are a positive indicator of the organization’s continued dedication to improving service to workers and employers in Saskatchewan. “Our compensation system is based on a historic compromise which guarantees the protection of both injured workers and their employers,” Dobrowolsky said. “For injured workers this system guarantees certain benefits and services and for employers [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 Apr 22, 2015|Comments Off on WCB Releases 2014 Operating Results

Attendance on day two of WCB’s Compensation Institute tops 375

BC Keynote Speaker addresses combustible dust incidents Today marks the second day of the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board’stwo-day annual Compensation Institute. The conference’s keynote speaker Mr. Dale Walker, Director of the Industry and Labour Services Division, WorkSafe BC will share lessons learned from the two 2012 saw mill tragedies in Northern BC that injured 42 and claimed the lives of 4 workers. Walker will discuss details and preventative measures that resulted from these two combustible dust incidents. “Each year the Compensation Institute is an important learning experience for participants and for WCB staff. It provides an excellent opportunity for two-way [...]

2015-06-17T10:47:22+00:00 Mar 24, 2015|Comments Off on Attendance on day two of WCB’s Compensation Institute tops 375

Saskatchewan’s total workplace injury rate declines again in 2014

Today, the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) officially released its 2014 injury rates. The data indicates a further decrease in the overall workplace injury rate despite an increase in the number of workers. In 2014, there were 402,894 Saskatchewan workers covered by WCB, over 4,000 more workers than the previous year. The WCB’s Vice President of Prevention, Phil Germain, agrees that while more work must be done to bring our injury rates down, the progress made over the past decade is very encouraging. “Last year, our Total injury rate in Saskatchewan was 7.80 per cent. We set a goal for [...]

2017-05-11T20:42:28+00:00 Mar 23, 2015|Comments Off on Saskatchewan’s total workplace injury rate declines again in 2014

18th Annual Compensation Institute starts today

Over 375 people are registered to attend the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) 18th Annual Compensation Institute today at TCU Place in Saskatoon. Each year the WCB holds this unique event free of charge for stakeholders, safety professionals, health care providers and other interested parties from around the province. The Saskatchewan WCB is the only jurisdiction to offer the two-day event which provides information on claims management, employer services and the prevention and management of workplace injuries. “Our goal when we started Compensation Institute 18 years ago was to give participants the ability to learn about the Saskatchewan workers’ compensation [...]

2015-03-23T12:17:06+00:00 Mar 23, 2015|Comments Off on 18th Annual Compensation Institute starts today