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As we continue to build resources and factsheets here in Saskatchewan I thought I would bring your attention to resources provided by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety at www.ccohs.ca/outbreaks/. This page provides links for home, workplaces, community and resources or facts sheets.
Many of the resources here are new and are COVID-19 specific. Some are general in nature (for any workplace) and some are sector specific: transportation, day cares, construction. www.ccohs.ca/outbreaks/resources/.
Please share further with your stakeholders as you see fit.
Donna Johnson Government of Saskatchewan Deputy Minister Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety
COVID-19 Updates and how it affects members of SHCA and Saskatchewan. Please click the articles below to learn more.
March 18, 2020 | view web version
The situation sorrounding the COVID-19 pandemic is constantly changing, Our National Labour & Employment Group is committed to keeping you informed of measures taken by federal, provincial and municipal authorities that may impact you.
Premium penalties waived for employers effective April 1 until June 30, 2020 during the COVID-19 crisis.
Regina, Sask., March 30, 2020 – The Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) is introducing additional relief measures for employers who are unable to pay their WCB premium payments. Effective April 1 until June 30, 2020, the WCB will waive penalties and interest charges for late premium paymets.
Due to the recent arrival of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan and advice from the Saskatchewan Chief Medical Officers to limit public gatherings of 50 people or more, SHCA has decided to indefinitely postponed its Annual General Meeting and Steak Night. A future date will be determined as soon as possible and we will advise members of new dates as we learn more about the extend of the COVID-19 outbreak.
By My Newsroom on Apr 20, 2020 02:50 pm
Watching municipal governments around the province wrestle with budgets in the wake of the COVID19 outbreak, it is a stark reminder that the time is long past for local authorities to have more flexibility in raising money. At this point, about all they have is property tax, some fees and parking tickets as a source of revenue. And now is when we need them to spend – to prime the pump of the local...