Feb 11 2020 - Feb 12 2020


8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Level 1 OHC Course (Saskatoon Feb 11 & 12, 2020)

We are transitioning to a paperless delivery model, beginning with integrating electronic versions of the Act and Regulations into the classroom.

Participants are asked to download a the Act & Regulations to their tablet, e-reader, laptop or similar device ahead of time and bring it with them to class.  Phones are not recommended due to screen size and the amount of class time spent utilizing the devices. Paper copies of the Act and Regs will now be available in the classroom for reference only for those who do not have a device or prefer to use a book.

We have consolidated the Sask Employment Act, OHS Regulations 1996, WHMIS 2015 regs and Prime Contractor regs into a single document which can be downloaded here:


Level 1 Occupational Health Committee (OHC) Course is an introductory course for OHC members and occupational health and safety representatives (Reps). By the end of this two day course, OHC members and Reps will know:

  • How to locate relevant information in Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety legislation to address occupational health and safety (OHS) issues in their workplace.

  • The requirements for establishing and operating an effective OHC.

  • The duties and role of the OHC within the OHS Workplace Responsibility System.

  • How to identify and assess workplace hazards.

  • How to identify and recommend corrective actions to control workplace hazards.

  • How to handle OHS concerns and investigate refusals to work.

There is no pre-requisite for attending this course.

A critical component of this course derives from attendance and active participation in class.  Attendees and employers must commit to full attendance, as missing class time due to late arrivals or absences during the session may result in an attendee being asked to withdraw and re-register in a future session.

*NOTE: Lunch is not provided.

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