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Occupational Health and Safety Policy (2009)

Download it here!


North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week

May 5-11, 2019
Make Safety a Habit

Through out NAOSH Week 2018, Squamish Nation staff and community members will be encouraged to actively participate in activities to reinforce making safety a habit at work, at home and at play.

2018 Safety Week Proclamation – available here !


Workplace Safety News

Squamish Nation Safety Team Celebrates

On November 26, 2018, the BC/Yukon Region of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) awarded representatives of the Squamish Nation Workplace Safety Committee and Squamish Nation Council with the following prestigious occupational health & safety awards:

  • BC/Yukon Achievement Recognition Award, Organizations 51-500 Employees
  • Safety Week Regional Government Award, Honourable Mention

This achievement marks Squamish Nations’ ninth consecutive year of active participation and safety award category recognition.

Pictured right to left:  Chrystal Nahanee, Workplace Safety Committee Member, Squamish Nation Councilor, Deborah Baker and Doreen Maruska, Senior Health & Safety Officer.

Tha Canadian Society of Safety Engineering was founded in 1949, and is the leading health, safety and environmental organization in Canada. For more information on the Society visit www.csse.org.

The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering was founded in 1949 and is the leading health, safety and environmental organization in Canada. For more information on the Society visit www.csse.org.

On October 25, 2013 Byran Lundale, CSSE Regional Vice President B.C./ Yukon presents Doreen Maruska, Squamish Nation OHS Officer with the 2013 CSSE Senior Safety Professional the Year Award –Honourable Mention.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Doreen Maruska CRSP, CHSC, CHRP
SQUAMISH NATION
Health & Safety Officer
Chen Chen Stway Human Resources


How Safe is Your Home?

Squamish Nation encourages all staff and community members to be aware of potential safety hazards in their home. Protect your home and your family. Take the home safety quiz today to find out how safe your home really is.

CLICK HERE For the Squamish Nation Home Safety Quiz! 


Think Safety Video – Part of our 2012 Think Safety campaign


“Say No to Bullying” video


Squamish Nations Previous Campaign Posters

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