Thank you for visiting our website. I feel highly honored and privileged to welcome you on the behalf of Manor OHNS Training Centre: the best place for occupational health & safety (oh&s) training and consultancy in Saskatchewan, a proud member of Saskatchewan Safety Council and Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE).
In a workplace especially in oil & gas industry, equipment maintenance and construction business, we often experience work-site near miss and incident. We sometimes hear, read and watch a dangerous occurrence mentioned in Section 8, Regulation 1996 (OH&S - SK), an environmental damage or water pollution due to pipeline breaks or leaks, a catastrophic situation like plant explosion, a serious health injury to worker and even a loss of human-life in job-sites. Thus, safety negligence, over-looked safe-work procedure, short cuts taken in a rush or not following the governmental legislation etc. may cost the company a regulatory approval for a project, may tarnish very rapidly over-all reputation of the business and its integrity that really takes a long to time to build in the society.
That is why, while recommending OHNS, I do pledge to facilitate with the industry proven OH&S training and safety consultation that meets or exceeds provincial and/or federal standards without taking precedence over any applicable governmental OH&S Act/Regulation.
Section 13 Act 1993 OH&S SK states Duty to provide occupational health and safety programs and Section 22 of the Regulation details on minimum Occupational health and safety program. Therefore, as an employer or a business operator, you must provide a health and safety program(s) in your place of employment in province of Saskatchewan. As a worker should know your occupational safety rights and responsibility, too. The OHNS Centre collaborates with clients to build the most comprehensive safety programs possible, in compliance with legislation and safely optimizes their operations to help them perform at their best. We offer the most up-to-date instructional resources to educate workforce on what site-specific safe-job-procedures are and how to utilize an industry recommended “best safe-work practices” through Supervision & Safety Training, OHC Level 1 & 2, H2S Alive safety training, Emergency First Aid/CPR/AED training, Global Ground Disturbance Level 1 & 2, Confined Space Entry & Rescue, Radiation Safety Training and many others.
I candidly believe that employer, manager, contractor, subcontractor, supervisor or workers; people at all levels from businesses like energy generating, pipelines construction, refineries, oilfield maintenance, trucking and convenience stores can benefit from our services. Our commitment to health, safety, and the environment motivates our belief that we are the one & only in safety business that genuinely wants to help our customers be the finest in theirs! We understand today’s game is about quality and reliability, not size. Hence, we focus on being the best. This is by the heart and knowledge of our certified, experienced instructor-team(s) and our unwavering pledge to the highest safety training service. Our instructor-team members are dedicated living with our core values each day:
* Client/Student Priority: Safety of employer, worker and workplace come first.
* Operational Excellence: Set the bar for occupational health & safety standard, accuracy and reliability.
* Reputation Matters: Always follow the legislation. Do what is right. If you say it, do it with integrity.
Finally, to our existing client(s)/students, we sincerely thank you for choosing Manor OHNS Training Centre for your occupational health and safety needs. To new or returning employers or students, we always welcome the opportunity to serve you with our passion and excellence towards your safety, safety for your workplace, and the environment. I reassure you that we will never take your partnership for granted and I deeply appreciate your support in changing safety culture so that together, we can really achieve ‘Zero’ in ‘Mission Zero’ in our province of Saskatchewan.
Lead Instructor Education:
NCSO / RSO / -
Advanced Material Science and Chemical Engineering / MBA.
Member: Saskatchewan Safety Council.
Member: Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE).
Member: Saskatchewan Common Ground Alliance (SCGA).