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Dignitaries, first responders and MHSA's Central Regional Manager attended a Day of Mourning ceremony at city hall in Red Deer, AB.
Each year, on the 28th of April we gather to remember workers who were killed, injured or disabled on the job.
Out of respect for the 166 workers last year, Jacob Wannop (Central Regional Manager) hangs a wreath on MHSA's behalf.
Please visit the Red Deer Advocate for an article and video of this years commemoration.
Legislation has been passed for enhancing the workers' compensation system. As many of you are aware, some changes have already been implemented this year, but there is more to come.
Effective September 1, 2018 employers have a responsibility to offer modified work after a workplace injury.
On April 28th people across Canada will recognize a Day of Mourning for all workers who have been killed, injured, or disabled at their place of work.
MHSA has created a Day of Mourning Power Point presentation that you are welcome to raise awareness for the Day of Mourning and to show our respect for the 166 fallen workers last year.
Please join us by taking a moment to remember those who have suffered a work related injury or death.
Congratulations to this years’ recipients of the Ron Kirkpatrick Memorial OHS Scholarships!
These scholarships are given to deserving students to allow them to continue their studies and pursue their careers in health and safety.
Did you know Albertans can participate in the development of the new rules for workplace harassment and violence and joint work site health and safety committees? Written submissions are being accepted until April 9th.
Minsiter of Labour, Christina Gray comments, “Creating a culture that prioritizes health and safety strengthens workplaces and our economy. When workers feel protected, morale and productivity improve. I encourage everyone to share their views on how to make these new requirements work for all Albertans.”