WorkSafe Saskatchewan is a partnership between the Saskatchewan Worker’s Compensation Board and the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. Formed in 2002 out of a need to reduce the number of workplace injuries and fatalities, the partners work through an integrated provincial injury prevention strategy to deliver programs that move Saskatchewan towards zero workplace injuries.
WorkSafe is an advocate for Mission: Zero – an initiative that launched in 2008 by the partners in response to Saskatchewan having the second worst injury rate in Canada. Mission: Zero is a call to action and goal for employers and companies to achieve zero workplace injuries, zero fatalities, and zero suffering by families.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan Memorandum of Understanding
The Memorandum of Understanding is the agreement between the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board and the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety (LRWS).
At the time that the document was signed, LRWS was known as Advanced Education, Employment and Labour (AEEL).
Strategic and Operational Plan
The WorkSafe Strategic and Operational Plan is a detailed plan of initiatives and target deadlines for the WorkSafe partners.