Agricultural Health and Safety Network – the Saskatchewan outreach program of the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) dedicated to improving health and safety on the farm through education, service, and evaluation research
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) – a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and safety of farmers, their families and workers. casa-acsa.ca
Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) – an applied research, development, and testing organization serving agriculture and industry in Western Canada and beyond. Their expertise includes safety testing of heavy equipment.
Saskatchewan Association of Agricultural Societies and Exhibitions (SAASE) –
a volunteer based – non-profit agricultural organization that helps coordinate a provincial safety day program for children across Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Abilities Council, Farmers with Disabilities Program – an organization that provides advice and support for farmers who are injured or suffering from an illness.
Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project (ABI)– part of a comprehensive strategy managed by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and funded by Saskatchewan Government Insurance aimed at reducing brain injuries. Approximately 2,200 brain injuries occur in Saskatchewan each year.
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute – a non-proﬁt organization focussed on reducing disabling conditions in children using primary prevention methods.
Prince Albert and Area Safe Communities – works with private, public and non-profit partners to improve health and safety in the Prince Albert area.
Safe Communities Assiniboia – a community driven injury prevention organization whose mission is to make Assiniboia and area a safe place to live, learn, work, and play.
Safe Communities Humboldt & Area – works with private, public and non-profit partners to improve health and safety in the Humboldt area.
St. John Ambulance – a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of Canadians through the provision of first aid training and community service activities.
Lifesaving Society – a national, not-for-profit, charitable organization with a goal of preventing drowning and other water-related incidents in Canada by providing lifesaving, lifeguarding and leadership training as well as public education.
Canadian Red Cross – trains more than two million Canadians each year in First Aid, swimming and water safety, as well as violence, bullying and abuse prevention.
First Nations and Inuit Health Programs – Saskatchewan, Health Canada – supports the delivery of public health and health promotion services on-reserve and in Inuit communities.
Parachute Canada’s Horizon – an injury prevention solution hub that connects Canadians with leading practice solutions for injury prevention. Parachute’s Horizon aims to decrease injury while connecting Canadians with the tools to do exactly that.
Community Against Preventable Injuries (Preventable) – a nation-wide, multi-partner organization designed to raise awareness, transform attitudes, and ultimately change behaviours about preventable injuries in Canada.
Saskatchewan Safety Council – a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to preventing injuries and fatalities in the province of Saskatchewan.
MADD Canada (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) – a national, charitable organization committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime.
PARTY Program – the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth program aims to keep young people off of hospital stretchers and out of trauma rooms by helping them make smart choices.
SADD (Students Against Drinking & Driving) – a student-driven non-profit organization aimed at Bringing deaths due to drinking and driving in Saskatchewan down to zero.
SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance) was created in 1945 and has evolved into 2 distinct operations.
The Saskatchewan Auto Fund is the province’s compulsory auto insurance program, operating the driver licensing and vehicle registration system. The Auto Fund is financially self-sustaining, operating on a break-even basis over time. It does not receive money from, nor pay dividends to, the government. The Auto Fund also promotes road safety initiatives to prevent deaths, serious injuries and property damage on Saskatchewan roads.
SGI CANADA is the trade name of the property and casualty insurance division of SGI which offers products in four Canada’s provinces.
Saskatoon Falls Prevention Consortium – a fall reduction working group overseen by the Saskatoon Health Region. The group offers various programs addressing falls through assessment, education, awareness, research, and the use of resources and safety equipment in Saskatoon and surrounding area.
ENFORM Saskatchewan – the safety association for the upstream oil and gas industry in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. http://www.enform.ca/enform_sk/
Heavy Construction Safety Association of Saskatchewan (HCSAS) – aimed at promoting safety to employers and employees in the heavy construction industry.
Motor Safety Association (MSA) – a non-government, non-profit organization funded by auto sales and service related businesses. MSA provides health and safety expertise, best practices, innovative and cost-effective solutions, information, advice, and training to help engage employers and employees to fulfill their safety responsibilities.
Safety Association of Saskatchewan Manufacturers (SASM) – works closely with Saskatchewan manufacturing businesses to help them achieve their safety and loss prevention goals. Their services include training, consulting and auditing www.sasm.ca/
Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH) – a non-profit association funded by all healthcare employers dedicated to eliminating injuries within the health care sector.
Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) – an industry driven organization providing cost effective, quality safety training and advice to the construction industry in the province.
Service and Hospitality Safety Association (SHSA) – SHSA – a non-profit organization funded by employers in the service and hospitality sectors in Saskatchewan that helps employers develop, improve and implement workplace health and safety programs and claims management systems.
Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety (LRWS) -encourages healthy, safe and productive workplaces by setting, promoting and enforcing employment and occupational health and safety standards.
Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) – an agency that provides insurance to workers and employers, and that protects registered employers from lawsuits when a workplace injury happens and provides benefits and programs to injured workers.
Threads of Life – supports families after they have experienced a workplace fatality, a life-altering injury or an occupational disease. Family members have access to peer guidance from others who have lived through a similar tragedy, plus opportunities to gather, share their experience and learn healthy coping skills.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan – an injury prevention and workplace safety partnership between the WCB and the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety.