2018 Day of Mourning & NAOSH Week

Every year on April 28th communities across Canada take a moment to pause and remember those who were injured, disabled, or who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational illness. In Alberta, ceremonies for the National Day of Mourning are coordinated by each of the ACSA’s eight Regional Safety Committees.

ACSA’s 30th Anniversary

On Novermber 9, 1988, the ACSA was founded as a not-for-profit organization under the province’s new Societies Act. Its first instructional courses – WHMIS Train-the-trainer, Safety Basics, and Safety Basics Audit – commenced in 1989 in Edmonton. At the time, the ACSA had just three employees. Throughout the past three decades,

ACSA Launches New e-Learning System

After months of hard work, testing, and double- and triple-checking, ACSA’s new e-learning system is now live. Our new system provides online learners with a more advanced user experience and an enhanced learning environment. It’s a more intuitive system that offers a number of sophisticated delivery options. ACSA’s Senior Project

Bill 30 and You

Your ACSA has established a special webpage to keep our stakeholders informed about the Government of Alberta’s proposed changes to the OHS Act. We will be keeping the webpage updated because we want to provide you with the easiest access to all the information you need to make the transition. Your

UBC Researcher Seeks Participants

Dr. Chris Mcleod of the University of British Columbia is seeking participants for a research program. The purpose of the research is to collect information that will enhance understanding of the barriers and facilitators to early and safe return to work (RTW) in the construction sector. The researchers will conduct interviews