About Us

Mission, Mandate and Vision

What is the SCSA? 

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is an industry-funded nonprofit organization that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees throughout the province. Companies that are registered with Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and fall under the CLASS B – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION rate class are members of the SCSA. SCSA members and supporter members receive preferred pricing on classroom training year-round. The SCSA equips more than 10,000 workers each year with the education and training they need to achieve their organization’s safety goals. 

Mission Statement

The Mission of the SCSA is to provide quality safety training and advice to construction employers and employees that will lead to reduced human and financial loss associated with injuries in the construction industry.

Mandate Statement

The Mandate of the SCSA is to provide safety related programs and services to the construction industry that result in a sound foundation for a safe, healthy and profitable industry.

Vision Statement

The Vision of the SCSA is to create a business environment which provides stimulants to encourage positive change(s) in the culture and nature of the way the construction industry does its business in Saskatchewan.

Statements that support the Vision are:

  • We see a culture where safety becomes a way of doing business within the construction industry leading to zero incidents and lower premiums
  • We see the SCSA as a self-controlled, industry supported organization which sets and oversees standards for the industry
  • We see safety education and training fully integrated into the K-12 education system and the trades and apprenticeship training programs
  • Through effective marketing and public awareness, we see the public gaining a greater awareness and understanding of safety issues and the construction industry

Corporate Reports

To view/download the SCSA's Strategic Plan and/or Annual Report, please visit: www.scsaonline.ca/corporate-reports