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  Audio Metric Testing in Saskatchewan
This booklet will help employers comply with the requirements of The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 and The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 1996, related to audiometric (hearing) testing and counseling, confidentially and the handling of information. The booklet also contains recommendations for audiometric testing equipment, background noise levels in testing areas, calibration of audiometers and the handling and keeping of test results.
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  Chemical and Biological Substances Guide
The Chemical and Biological Substances Guide for employers explains Saskatchewan’s general health and safety requirements for handling chemical and biological substances. It also contains prevention measures and additional resources for the workplace.
  Comprendre la santé et la sécurité au travail en Saskatchewan
Le présent document énonce en termes clairs les exigences prévues par la législation en matière de santé et de sécurité au travail. Son but est d’aider les employeurs et les travailleurs à mieux comprendre leurs droits et leurs responsabilités en matière de prévention des blessures et des maladies au travail.
  Cytotoxic Drugs
This guide explains the employers’ duties for protecting health care facility workers from exposure to cytotoxic drugs. Worker exposures could occur at hospitals, special care and personal care homes, cancer and other medical clinics, and home care situations.
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  Elements of an Occupational Health and Safety Program
Elements of an Occupational Health and Safety Program
  Emergency Showers and Eyewashes in the Workplace Guide
This publication will help you to determine if your workplace requires regular or emergency showers or eyewashes under the legislation. You will also learn the standards for emergency showers and eyewashes.
  Excavating and Trenching Safely Guide
This publication will help employers, workers, occupational health committees and worker representatives prevent accidents on the job. Most of the information will cover excavations and trenches. We will begin by discussing common causes of accidents in the industry. Next, we will discuss how to plan and conduct safe operations. Finally we will deal with other common hazards in the industry.
  Eye Injury Prevention Guide
The purpose of this guide is to outline an employer’s duties in preventing eye injuries and to explain the risk factors; when eye and face protection and other control measures are required; how to choose “suitable” and “approved” eye and face protection, when required; and how to recognize and treat eye injuries.
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  Facts About Mould
This publication is intended to apply to private residences, public buildings and workplaces. Actions indicated in this document may differ between private residences and workplaces.
  Farm Safety Poster
Download the Farm Safety Poster and display it within your workplace.
  Farm Safety Program
This publication provides advice about training, clarifies employer and worker roles and responsibilities, and identifies common workplace hazards on the farm.
  First Aid in Saskatchewan Workplaces Guide
First Aid in Saskatchewan Workplaces Guide
  Forklifts and Safe Operation
This guide has been developed to reduce workplace incidents and injuries involving forklifts and help employers implement and maintain effective systems to ensure safe operations. It provides practical advice to assist employers to meet their obligations. It does not deal with extending or telescoping boom material handling equipment.
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  Harassment Prevention Guide
This guide provides an outline to employers on how to develop a harassment policy and the best practices to use when dealing with harassment. There are two sample harassment policies for Saskatchewan workplaces within the guide.
  Health and Safety of Workers Orientation and Training: A Guide for Employers
This guide will help employers and supervisors to orientate and train workers, workers to understand what to look for in an orientation, occupational health committees, worker occupational health and safety representatives, and human resource personnel to check the effectiveness of orientation and training • teachers become more aware of what information should be provided to their work placement students. Read this booklet for general information and use the checklist in the Appendix to orientate and train your workers.
  Hot Conditions Guidelines
This information bulletin outlines the employer's responsibility to control hot conditions at their indoor place of employment helping prevent heat stress disorders.
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  Indoor Air Quality Guide
This guide assists workplaces with investigating and resolving common indoor air quality concerns. It is intended for workplaces such as offices, schools and retail outlets. It is not intended for home-based businesses, manufacturing or other industrial workplaces.
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  Job Safety Analysis
A job safety analysis (JSA) is a procedure which helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices into a particular task or job operation. In a JSA, each basic step of the job is to identify potential hazards and to recommend the safest way to do the job. Other terms used to describe this procedure are job hazard analysis (JHA) and job hazard breakdown.
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  Musculoskeletal Injuries Prevention Guide
A musculoskeletal injury is an injury or disorder of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints, bones, or supporting vasculature (blood vessels). This type of injury may be caused or aggravated by repetitive motions, forceful exertions, vibration, mechanical compression, sustained or awkward postures, limitations on motion or action, or any other ergonomic stressors.
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  OHC Meeting Minute Form
Occupational health committee (OHC) meeting minutes are summaries of meetings and must be taken at every OHC meeting.
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  Powered Mobile Equipment (PME) Operator Competency Checklist
This is an example of a general checklist. It is not intended to be exhaustive and should be modified as needed to include other health and safety matters specific to your PME.
  Protecting Outdoor Workers from West Nile Virus
The Protecting Outdoor Workers from West Nile Virus Guide provides information to employers and workers about what the disease is, who is at risk, the symptoms of the disease, and what employers can do to reduce the risk of infection to outdoor workers.
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  Understanding Occupational Health and Safety in Saskatchewan
This document provides simple explanations about the legislated requirements for occupational health and safety. It will help employers and workers better understand their rights and responsibilities for preventing injuries and illnesses in the workplace.
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  Violence: A Guide to Developing a Violence Policy Statement
This guide will help employers and workers to develop and implement a violence policy and prevention program for their workplace. The guide provides two samples of a violence policy.
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  Working Under Hot Conditions Guide
This guide provides information to employers and workers on how to control hot conditions and prevent heat stress disorders in the workplace.
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