Partnerships in Injury Reduction (PIR) promotes health and safety through partnerships with safety associations, industry groups, educational institutions and labour organizations. It is designed to encourage injury prevention and the development of effective workplace health, safety management systems. PIR employers can earn a Certificate of Recognition (COR) or Small Employer
Your ACSA has over 100 classes running throughout July across our eight regional locations in Edmonton, Lloydminster, Grande Prairie, Fort McMurray, Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer and Medicine Hat (no classes in Medicine Hat for July). To see what’s on in a location near you, download this pdf To book, visit
ACSA’s Lakeland Regional Safety Committee held its second annual ‘Treads for Life’ community event on Saturday June 17th in Lloydminster. Participating motorcyclists enjoyed the 340km ride on a beautiful sunny day, gathering at collection points and engaging with the community at regular checkpoints along the way. In conjunction with the
ACSA is proud to once again support the Annual Health and Safety Conference and Trade Fair. This conference attracts a wide range of exhibitors, facilitates high profile keynote and blockbuster speakers, and provides delegates a diverse and valued choice of session topics. The conference focuses on working together in occupational
Your ACSA is increasing its presence in Fort McMurray by providing additional safety training services and resources for the local construction community. We have recently started operating out of our new training facility and invite the local construction industry to join us for the official opening event! Enjoy a BBQ
For the last six months, your ACSA has been working hard to ensure our change over to our advanced new eLearning system proceeds seamlessly. We are expecting to switch from our existing eLearning system to the new one in late-summer. As we have advised previously, current registrants and those who
To ensure we remain compliant with Partnerships Standards, we now require a comment to be made for each question on the Audit Tool. There had previously been an exemption for ‘experienced’ auditors, for specific elements only in the case of a positive response. As of July 1st 2017, this exemption
The ‘Active’ NCSO is here, with the new standard coming into effect on July 1st, 2017. After signing the national agreement at last month’s Annual Meeting of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA), all new registrants in the NCSO program will now be included under the “Active” standard.
As reported in previous issues of ‘Your ACSA Update’, we have been exploring opportunities to provide greater value for our students, instructors, facilitators and members. We have identified the best path forward to realizing this goal and have begun work on an upgrade to our e-Learning system which is scheduled
Your ACSA has over 100 classes running throughout June across our eight regional locations in Edmonton, Lloydminster, Grande Prairie, Fort McMurray, Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer and Medicine Hat. To see what’s on in a location near you, download this PDF. To book, visit www.youracsa.ca or call 1.855.SAF-T-REG (723 8734).