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43rd Annual Industrial Safety Seminar


Join us at the 43rd Annual Industrial Safety Seminar at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 from 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm for a Free Open House.

The SCSA will be on site showcasing a variety of safety demonstrations focused around the importance of proper fall protection equipment, lifting techniques, as well as head, hand, and eye protection. Make sure you stop by to see these exciting demos and chat with our Safety Advisors to learn how you can improve safety in your company!

Hundreds of safety professionals from all across North America gather annually at Saskatchewan’s premier safety event to not only learn but also see the latest in safety related products, services, and information on display at the seminar trade show. This is your opportunity to attend the Saskatchewan Safety Council’s Industrial Safety trade show free of charge. The show features one of the largest displays of safety equipment and services in western Canada with 105 display booths.

Industry has known for many years that safety doesn’t cost - it pays. The 1st Annual Industrial Safety Seminar was held in 1974. Started by a group of concerned individuals, the aim of the conference was to give safety professionals in Saskatchewan a forum to discuss areas of common concern. It was an opportunity to bring a high quality safety event to the province. Since 1974, the event has grown to become Saskatchewan’s premier safety show and one of the largest events of its type in western Canada.

About the Saskatchewan Safety Council

Since 1955, the Saskatchewan Safety Council, a non-profit registered charity, has been dedicated to the prevention of injury in Saskatchewan... at home, at play, and at work. Funded through donations, membership contributions, sponsorships, and the distribution of its safety programs and materials, the revenues generated by the Safety Council are invested within the province of Saskatchewan to further promote safety.

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