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Hiring Residential Contractors Interview (March 2017)

"The things that you would really want to look for in a contractor, they had exactly what she needed.  They had their business license, their commercial insurance, a copy that they provided, certificate to install the product that they were putting in, their WCB clearance letter, references, their accreditation from the Better Business Bureau." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"These folks were really prepared and my mom was really confident to go ahead and make that purchase." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Talk to the Experts: Safety Leadership (Feb 2017)

"From a leadership perspective, it’s all about creating that culture where not doing it the right way, not doing it the safe way, is not acceptable." - Kavis Reed, General Manager for the Montreal Alouettes

"Young people coming out of trade schools are learning more about prevention of injury and the importance of maintaining good health when they are going to work. But leaders are also recognizing, because it is costing them directly, both from a financial perspective but also reputational." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

COR® Awareness Interview (Jan 2017)

"The nationally recognized Certificate of Recognition is the program that we offer at the SCSA. And we have advisors that help companies through every step of the program, ensure that they have the mandatory training, the documentation, and the ability to continually maintain and improve their systems." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"COR® is a strong indicator that a company is not only investing in making sure that their workers go home safe, but it is also about getting projects done on time and on budget and that’s a huge benefit of having a methodical system in place." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Safety Training During Winter Interview (Dec 2016)

"Construction doesn’t halt for the winter. A slowdown that works for us right now is giving an opportunity for businesses to actually take advantage of the timing and get their workers trained." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"With COR® certification, companies can implement safety practices and that can significantly reduce human and financial losses." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Keeping your crew safe and working (Sep 2016)

Construction is go, go, go, when you need to beat the snow, but do you have a feeling someone in your crew is going to hurry themselves right into a hospital? How about proactively avoiding that and keeping your crew safe and on the job? Contact the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association today. They have the training and safety programs to keep your crew safe and working. Having safety programs in place can reduce your insurance rates too. Let's all get home safely. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. SCSAONLINE.CA

Keep your crew safe and on the job! Pre-Game Commercial (June 2016)

Summer in construction is go, go, go, but do you have a feeling someone in your crew is going to hurry themselves right into a hospital? How about proactively avoiding that and keeping your crew safe and on the job? Contact the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association today. They have the training and safety programs to keep your crew safe and working. Having safety programs in place can reduce your insurance rates too. Let's all get home safely. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. SCSAONLINE.CA

Homeowners Hiring Contractors Interview (November 2015)

"I know most households are concerned with the costs of projects and certainly they want to get the best deal in town, but what they may not realize is that usually companies that take shortcuts with safety usually have higher injury rates and that produces lower quality work. So, some of the things they should really be asking is, are the workers adequately trained, have they got a safety management system in place, like the nationally-recognized Certificate of Recognition of safety; and are they working at heights, and if so, do they have a fall protection plan?" - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Homeowners Hiring Contractors Interview #2 (November 2015)

"Homeowners can be sure that companies are using the proper safety equipment, and are they working safely versus just trying to rush through the job and get it done? The other thing they can do is make sure that companies are registered with Workers’ Compensation Board and that they’re adequately trained. Having a strong safety management system in place is one of the several things that homeowners can find that’ll be protecting them and their assets." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"It’s for getting the best quality work in the safest possible manner." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Losing Your Quarterback/Employees to Injuries (September 2015)

Losing your quarterback reduces team productivity. Losing your employees to job injury does the same to your team. The biggest players in the building industry know this: fewer injuries make you a more productive company. For the best way to get on track, get COR® certified with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association's Certificate of Recognition Program, the national standard in construction safety certification. Get COR® certified now with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. SCSAONLINE.CA

Choose a Builder Who is Safety Certified by the SCSA (June 2015)

Are you planning a new home build or renovation? Want a better chance of your project being on time and on budget? Make sure you choose a builder who’s safety certified by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. A builder who cares about safety has the highest standards of quality.  Injuries on the job site cause delays and end up costing you money.  If workers stay safe, your project is more likely to stay on time and on budget.  For more information see the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association at SCSAONLINE.CA.

Worksite Accidents = Home Build and Renovation Delays (August 2015)

Your new home build or renovation is coming along nicely. It looks like it will come in on time and on budget. Then you get the phone call. There’s been an accident on the job site. And on time and on budget just became don’t know when and a lot more money than you thought. Don’t let it happen to you. Ask your builder if they’re safety certified by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. Companies that care about safety have the highest standards, and safety training can help avoid costly work stoppages. For more information go to SCSAONLINE.CA.

Safety Means Projects are On Time, On Budget (September 2015)

As a builder, my reputation is my most important selling feature. I hire the best people, use the highest quality materials and my company is safety certified by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. Safety management systems help me avoid costly work stoppages due to on site accidents, and that saves me and my customers time and money. Projects come in on time and on budget, and my customers love that. Make sure your company is certified by the trusted name in safety.  Contact the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association at SCSAONLINE.CA.

Choose a Builder who is Safety Certified by the SCSA (June 2015)

Are you planning a new home build or renovation? Want a better chance of your project being on time and on budget? Make sure you choose a builder who’s safety certified by the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. A builder who cares about safety has the highest standards of quality.  Injuries on the job site cause delays and end up costing you money.  If workers stay safe, your project is more likely to stay on time and on budget.  For more information see the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association at SCSAONLINE.CA.

Saskatoon Homestyles Homeshow Interview (March 2015)

"We’re really excited about being at the Homestyles show this year. We get a chance to show consumers first hand some of the benefits of using builders that have strong safety management systems." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"For consumers, it gives them greater confidence that their projects are going to be on time, on budget with fewer deficiencies." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Why Should a Home Builder get COR® Certified Interview (September 2014)

"The top professional homebuilders in Saskatchewan who are serious about the quality of their product are also really serious about their safety programs." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"They protect their top skilled craftspeople, and they tend to also then have better managed projects that are on time, on budget and, for the consumer, it’s delivering the most value for their money." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Investing in Safety Management (September 2014)

The biggest players in the building industry know this: investing in safety management creates a strong reputation and long term profitability. Fewer injuries and job interruptions make you more productive company. The best way to get on track? Get COR® certified with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association’s Certificate of Recognition program—the national standard in construction safety certification. Get COR® certified now with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. SCSAONLINE.CA

Young, Inexperienced Workers Highest Risk for Injury (2014)

Work sites don’t have to be dangerous. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association reminds you that young, inexperienced workers are at the highest risk of injury during their first six months on the job. By following safety precautions, like wearing proper attire, watching danger areas and paying attention, workers can help reduce needless accidents. A message from the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association, making safety everyone’s business by offering cost-effective, quality safety training and advice to the construction industry in the province. Visit SCSAONLINE.CA.

Helping Businesses Improve (October 2014)

"The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association's really excited about celebrating its 20th year, coming up in 2015, as a formal organization providing advice and guidance to businesses in terms of safety." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

"We’re talking about avoiding the controllable losses in the construction industry in particular." - Collin Pullar, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association

Stay in the Game Get COR® Certified! (September 2013)

Is your worksite as safe as it can be? Are you missing out on contracts because you’re not COR® certified? Stay in the game. Contact the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. Fewer injuries and job interruptions make you a more productive and profitable company. And COR® certification is more frequently becoming a pre-bid qualification. For effective safety development and implementation, think of us first and get COR® certified. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. SCSAONLINE.CA

Set Your Business Apart with the SCSA (2013)

Set your business apart with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association. They offer COR® program certification which trains companies to develop and maintain an effective health and safety program that meets national industry standards. With COR® certification, your company can implement safety practices that can significantly reduce the human and financial loss associated with injuries in the construction industry. Learn more about COR® at SCSAONLINE.CA. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association—making safety everyone’s business.

The SCSA Provides Cost-Effective, Quality Safety Training and Advice (2013)

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association provides cost-effective, quality safety training and advice to the construction industry. They offer several different resources to help companies and individuals learn more about health and safety in the workplace and on the job site. With the proper training courses and programs, your company can significantly reduce the human and financial loss associated with injuries in the construction industry. Learn more at SCSAONLINE.CA. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association—making safety everyone’s business.

Is Your Company COR® Certified? (2013)

Is your company COR® certified? Improve performance and reduce financial costs with the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association COR® program. COR® certification helps your company develop and implement an effective health and safety program that can lead to fewer injuries and job interruptions, making you a more productive and profitable company. And, COR® certification is more frequently becoming a pre-bid qualification. Learn more at SCSAONLINE.CA. The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association—making safety everyone’s business.