Instructor-led courses


WorkSafe Saskatchewan is moving its Occupational Health Committee (OHC) and Supervision and Safety training registration to SkillsPass.

What is SkillsPass?

SkillsPass is a free, secure online system that tracks your OHC and Supervision and Safety training and certification with WorkSafe Saskatchewan. In addition, you can access and share all of your training and certification with current and future employers, training providers and site inspectors 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The SkillsPass platform was created by Bluedrop and exceeds the highest government standards for privacy and data security. SkillsPass delivers and validates skills and credentials across multi-stakeholder environments

OHC Level 1

Occupational Health Committee (OHC) Level 1 is an introductory course for OHC members and occupational health and safety (OHS) representatives. This free course is available in both instructor-led online and in-class formats.

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OHC Level 2

Occupational Health Committee (OHC) Level 2 is required for OHC co-chairs and OHS representatives.
This free course takes a closer look at the OHC’s/OHS representatives role in workplace inspections and incident investigations.

Coming soon
Supervision and Safety

This free course is intended for anyone who directs the work of other people and informs supervisors of their legal responsibilities to ensure safety in the workplace.

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Effective Measurement for Safety

Move beyond tracking time loss injuries.
This free course will teach you how to collect and analyze the information needed to identify incident trends and enhance your safety management system.

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Effective Return to Work

This free two-day course is designed to teach supervisors and business owners how to create their own policies, form working committees and develop a return-to-work program.


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Computer Workstation Assessment Training (CWAT)

This free course is for those interested in conducting ergonomic assessments of their co-workers’ computer workstations and making recommendations to improve ergonomic fit.


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Back safety workshop

Back injuries are one of the most common work related injuries that can significantly disrupt our lives including our ability to work.
This free seminar outlines the ergonomics of safe lifting, safety tips, hazard assessment and controls to prevent back injuries.


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The Saskatchewan Employment Act and The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations consolidation  

We are now using paperless copies of The Saskatchewan Employment Act and The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations consolidation in our classrooms. Please download your copy here to prepare for OHC Level 1, OHC Level 2 and Supervision and Safety.  This file is current as of June 11, 2019.