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Document List Using "workplace safety"

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  2011 Annual Report
(Workers' Compensation Board) The Annual Report of the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board contains both statistics and financial information from the 2011 year.
  2011 Report to Stakeholders
(Workers' Compensation Board) This document complements the Annual Report. It provides additional detail and outlines the organization's progress towards the goals and objectives outlined in its current Strategic and Operational Plan.
  2012 Annual Report
(Workers' Compensation Board) As required under Section 175 of The Workers' Compensation Act, 1979, the WCB submits an Annual Report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council of transactions during the preceding year.
  2013 Annual Report
(Workers' Compensation Board) Section 178 of The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 requires that we submit an Annual Report to the Lieutenant Governor giving information about our performance against our Strategic and Operational Plan and financial statements.
  2013 Report to Stakeholders
(Workers' Compensation Board) The Report to Stakeholders complements the Annual Report. It provides additional detail and outlines our progress towards the goals and objectives outlined in our Strategic and Operational Plan.
  2015-2017 Strategic and Operational Plan
(Workers' Compensation Board) The Strategic Plan is rooted in the Meredith Principles and describes what we hold to be true about Saskatchewan’s compensation system, our stakeholders, and the nature of our relationships with workers, employers and the people of Saskatchewan.
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  Chemical and Biological Substances Guide
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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.
  Cytotoxic Drugs
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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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  Guidelines for Managing Asbestos in Buildings
(Workers' Compensation Board) This guide outlines what actions are required and recommended when asbestos is present in a buildings. It also provides the requirements of the Saskatchewan Asbestos Registry of Public Buildings.
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  Harassment Prevention Guide
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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.
  Hot Conditions Guidelines
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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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  Policy Dialogue - Issue 16
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) Articles in this issue include: The Clash Over the Nature of Environmental Limits, Multiculturalism Meets "Reasonable Accommodation", Accountability and Education, The American View of Canadian Health Care, Punishment in the Criminal Justice System, Curbing Impaired Driving and Workplace Injuries, and more.
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  Understanding the WCB
(Workers' Compensation Board) Understanding the WCB is part of the larger WorkSafe Saskatchewan initiative to create safety and injury prevention awareness
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  Violence: A Guide to Developing a Violence Policy Statement
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) 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
(Labour Relations and Workplace Safety) This guide provides information to employers and workers on how to control hot conditions and prevent heat stress disorders in the workplace.
  Workplace Health: Changes and Challenges
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) “Workplace Health: Changes and Challenges” examines workplace health issues in Saskatchewan and compares them to workplace health and safety in Alberta and British Columbia. Walker analyzes the three Western provinces’ use of the internal responsibility system (IRS), which has become the underlying philosophy of current occupational health and safety legislation and programs in Canada. Four key IRS elements are reviewed: joint worker-employer workplace committees, regulations and inspections, sanctions for non-compliance, and voluntary or incentive programs.
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