Archive for 2017

Saskatchewan Building Trades Working With Indigenous People

February 1st, 2017 | News, News & Events

The Saskatchewan Building Trades have recently adopted a new vision statement to direct and support on-going relationships with Indigenous people, governments and communities in Saskatchewan.

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Dads Day Golf Tournament

January 13th, 2017 | Events, News & Events

August 3, 2017
Dakota Dunes Golf Links

2016 Dads Day Tournament – Deer Valley Golf Links

Mixed Team Winners:
Ron Doepker
Darch Doepker
Don Ross
Donalee Lamontagne

Overall Winners:
Joe Riley
Mike Ward
James Riley
Kyle McNamee

Men’s Longest Drive: Jay Hodgson
Ladies Longest Drive: Heather Jensen

 

Saskatchewan Workers Compensation Act Review

January 13th, 2017 | News, News & Events

The final report from the Committee, including recommendations, is now available.

In October and November 2015, the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review held public consultations for individuals and organizations to provide feedback and make suggestions on improvements or reform of The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013, the regulations and the administration of the Act and regulations.

  1. Report and Recommendations
  2. Next Steps
  3. Written Submissions
  4. Information about COR

Please Note: The above links are located at www.saskatchewan.ca

The Labour Relations (Supervisory Employees) Regulations

January 13th, 2017 | News, News & Events

Chapter S-15.1 Reg 4 (effective April 29, 2014) as amended by Saskatchewan Regulations 109/2015 and 88/2016.

CHAPTER S-15.1 REG 4
The Saskatchewan Employment Act

Title

1 These regulations may be cited as The Labour Relations (Supervisory Employees) Regulations.

Interpretation

2 In these regulations, “Act” means The Saskatchewan Employment Act.

9 May 2014 cS-15.1 Reg 4 s2.

Certain occupations not included

3(1) For the purposes of clause 6-1(1)(o) of the Act, employees in the following occupations are not supervisory employees:

(a) registered psychiatric nurse, as defined in The Registered Psychiatric Nurses Act;
(b) registered nurse, as defined in The Registered Nurses Act, 1988;
(c) non-commissioned officer, within the meaning of The Police Act, 1990;
(d) foreman, general foreman and journey person in the construction industry.

(2) For the purpose of clause (1)(d), the construction industry:

(a) is the industry in which the activities of constructing, erecting, reconstructing, altering, remodelling, repairing, revamping, renovating, decorating or demolishing any building, structure, road, sewer, water main, pipeline, tunnel, shaft, bridge, wharf, pier, canal, dam or any other work or any part of a work are undertaken; and
(b) includes all activities undertaken with respect to all machinery, plant, fixtures, facilities, equipment, systems and processes contained in or used in connection with a work mentioned in clause (a), but does not include maintenance work.

9 May 2014 cS-15.1 Reg 4 s3; 31 Dec 2015 SR 109/2015 s2; 25 Nov 2016 SR 88/2016 s2.

Coming into force

4(1) Subject to subsection (2), these regulations come into force on the day on which section 6-1 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act comes into force.

(2) If these regulations are filed with the Registrar of Regulations after the day on which section 6-1 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act comes into force, these regulations come into force on the day on which they are filed with the Registrar of Regulations.

9 May 2014 cS-15.1 Reg 4 s4.

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