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SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATIONS SAFETY ASSOCIATION

Empowering First Nations communities though supporting an injury-free lifestyle.

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SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATIONS SAFETY ASSOCIATION

Supported by the belief that well informed communities defining, and recapturing the philosophy of Building Communities Safely.

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SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATIONS SAFETY ASSOCIATION

To develop a Public Safety Awareness Campaign for employers, employees and community members engaged in Work, Family, and Play activities.

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SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATIONS SAFETY ASSOCIATION

Create an awareness campaign to reduce human and financial losses associated with public and workers Occupational Health & Safety prevention.

About Us

Mission

Empowering First Nations communities through supporting an injury-free lifestyle; supported by the belief that well informed communities defining, and recapturing the philosophy of Building Communities Safely.

Vision

To develop a Public Safety Awareness Campaign for employers, employees and community members engaged in Work, Family, and Play activities. This will in-turn reduce human and financial losses associated with public and workers Occupational Health & Safety prevention.

Training

The Saskatchewan First Nations Safety Association currently offers many types of training which can be found on their page. There are considerable discounts when your organization is a member of the Association. To learn more about the different types of training we can offer your organization and staff, visit our training page for the full list and description.

News

In the News

Feb 2, 2017
MOU with Star Blanket Cree Nation Chief Michael Starr and Sask First Nations Safety Association’s CEO Toby Desnomie January 31, 2017. Safety is everyone’s business.

Announcements

Dec 12, 2016
MOU Signed with Beardy’s Okemasis FN & SFNSA

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