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Offering Health and Safety Services to the Manufacturing Industry since 1992.

The Manufacturers' Health & Safety Association (MHSA) is a not-for-profit organization funded and directed by the manufacturing industry. Based out of Rocky View, Red Deer, and Edmonton, we offer tailor-made health and safety programs to reduce injuries and occupational illnesses on worksites.  Learn More

Please note our office hours and closures.

Featured Health and Safety Courses

Forklift Operator
Earn a forklift certification through this 1-day course.

Responding to OH&S Investigations
Learn how to respond to a formal investigation by OH&S officers.

MHSA offers over 30 health and safety courses.

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NEWS & EVENTS

In honor of MHSA's  25th Anniversary we will be extending charity support to STARS.

We will be hosting BBQ's and welcoming bottle drive drop off on these days. We will be selling MHSA Cookbooks and Mulligan Booklets, and all proceeds earned at the Golf Tournament will go towards STARS. We have requested that STARS track how much MHSA and you, our employers have raised! 

Please visit MHSA's STARS donation page by clicking here 

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May 9, 2017

As many of you may have heard it is MHSA's 25th Anniversary!

Please stay tuned to our website and your inboxes for further details as they are released. In the meantime we ask that you simply save the date for your region.

  • Tuesday September 26, 2017 in Edmonton
  • Wednesday, September 27, 2017 in Red Deer
  • Thursday, September 28, 2017 in Rocky View                

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May 9, 2017

From a fellow MHSA staff member...

In describing Day of Mourning to my children one of my sons said “Oh you mean, Remembrance Day for Workers?” I couldn’t have worded it any better. Understanding was instantaneous and his young mind was reflecting on what that really meant. “That’s your job, right, to help people be safe so no one gets hurt?” 

Please take a moment today to remember the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured, or suffered illness as a result of work related incidents and pay respect to the family family and friends who have been affected.

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April 28, 2017