As one of Saskatchewan’s leading telecommunications companies, Access Communications Co-operative is a dedicated and reliable local internet, TV, security, and phone service provider. As a not-for-profit Co-operative, we invest 100% of earnings into the more than 230 communities and rural areas where we do business, with the idea of working together toward a common good for the people of Saskatchewan. Access Communications employees over 300 people with offices in Regina, Estevan, North Battleford, Weyburn, Yorkton, La Ronge, Humboldt, Melfort and Saskatoon. Access’ operations contribute millions of dollars to local economies by investing in communities, providing jobs, sponsoring community initiatives, helping to fill local food banks, and supporting children at risk and in need. That is why Access Communications and the people of Saskatchewan are truly better together.
Federated Co-Operatives Limited (FCL) in Saskatchewan has over 9,500 employees and 400,400 members represented in 253 communities. As a co-operative, FCL is owned by autonomous retail co-operatives. These retail Co-ops are owned by members; local consumers who have taken out a membership in their local Co-op. FCL, which is made up of provincial wholesales as well as the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, provides wholesaling, manufacturing, administrative support and marketing support to its retail Co-op members.
Finning Canada is a division of Finning International Inc., the world’s largest Caterpillar equipment dealer. Headquartered in Edmonton, Alta., Finning Canada sells, rents and provides customer support services for Caterpillar equipment and engines in British Columbia, Yukon, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, and a portion of Nunavut. At Finning, safety is a core value that influences every aspect of their business. That commitment to health and safety excellence has positioned Finning as a leader in safety excellence in the heavy equipment industry.
K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) is a K+S Group company with headquarters in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; a solution potash mine and production facility located near Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; and a world-class potash handling and storage facility operated in partnership with Pacific Coast Terminals in Port Moody, British Columbia. Bethune mine, formerly known as the Legacy Project, is the first new potash mine in Saskatchewan in nearly fifty years. KSPC celebrated the Grand Opening of Bethune in May 2017 and projects it will reach a production capacity of 2 million tonnes by the end of 2017. The Bethune mine has created new job opportunities for Saskatchewan workers and new business opportunities for Saskatchewan companies supplying goods and services to this major economic development.
The K-Line Group provides complete, one-source solutions for the high voltage and related sectors as it integrates and aligns eight industry-specific divisions under one powerful organization. The K-Line Group of Companies has a long-standing history of excellence dating back to 1967, when public utilities first began to see the cost and time benefits associated with outsourcing high voltage projects. A preferred partner then because of its superior work and established safety record, The K-Line Group continues to be an integral partner/service-provider offering clients a complete range of high voltage expertise.
The Ministry of Health supports all Saskatchewan residents in achieving their best possible health and well-being. The Ministry establishes policy direction, sets and monitors standards, provides funding, supports regional health authorities, and ensures the provision of essential and appropriate services.
The Mosaic Company is the world’s leading combined producer and marketer of concentrated potash and phosphate, two of the primary nutrients required to help the world grow the food it needs. Mosaic operates three potash mines in Saskatchewan at Belle Plaine, Colonsay and Esterhazy, the world’s largest potash mine. The company is committed to supporting safe and healthy communities where its people live and work. Safety is ingrained in the culture at Mosaic, and is at the forefront of every aspect of its operations.
The Saskatchewan Safety Council is a non-government, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to preventing injuries and fatalities in the province. Through training, education and advocacy, they are working to make safety a priority for everyone. The Saskatchewan Safety Council’s mission is to work together to achieve a safe Saskatchewan.
We are Saskatchewan’s natural gas distribution company, a provincial Crown corporation with roots of more than half a century in Saskatchewan. SaskEnergy delivers the benefits of safe, convenient and environmentally friendly natural gas to more than 373,000 residential, farm, commercial and industrial customers throughout Saskatchewan. We purchase natural gas from independent suppliers and transport it through our 68,500-kilometer distribution system to 93% of Saskatchewan communities.
SaskPower is Saskatchewan’s electricity supplier. Using its own coal-fired, hydroelectric, natural gas-fired and wind facilities, it has a generating capacity of more than 3.214 megawatts. Safety is a priority across the SaskPower Corporation, from its power stations and grid control centre to its district offices.
SGI has two distinct operations. The Saskatchewan Auto Fund is the province’s compulsory auto insurance program, operating the driver’s licensing and vehicle registration system. SGI CANADA is fully competitive, selling property and casualty insurance products such as home, farm, business and extension auto.
Warner Industries are trucking experts, offering sales, leasing, parts, service, and transportation. They are a certified Freightliner truck dealership, a Doepker Trailers dealer, and a Thomas Built Bus dealer, and the Swift Current branch is also a Degelman and Elmer’s Manufacturing certified dealership. First opening up shop in 1981, they expanded their business in 1999 through the acquisition of the Thomas Bus Centre. Today, they safely transport 6,200 children a day. Warner Industries has offices in Regina, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, and Winnipeg, and employ over 300 staff.
Founded in 1854, Westmoreland Coal Company is a premiere U.S. energy company with strong leadership, a solid foundation of tangible assets and a proven strategy for growth. Having transitioned from predominantly eastern underground coal production, the Company’s current operations include surface coal mining complexes in four western states and power operations in North Carolina. Today, Westmoreland employs approximately 1,400 people in seven states, and is producing approximately 28 million tons of coal and generating 1.6 million megawatt hours of electric power annually. Westmoreland also provides post-retirement benefits to over 1,900 people, mostly former coal miners and their dependents.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan focuses on keeping our province’s workers safe through effective occupational heath and safety management systems. Basic elements of their philosophy include: understanding workplace roles and responsibilities, worker education and training, health and safety promotion, as well as a return-to-work and disability management program.
Yara is the world’s leading producer and marketer of mineral fertilizers that are being supplied to markets around the globe to provide growers with essential plant nutrients required for sustainable food production. Safety is of the utmost importance at Yara. A series of initiatives and practices including a detailed safety manual and regular safety meetings support their focus on safety.