New damage prevention rules came into force last month
On June 19, 2016, the National Energy Board (NEB)'s regulations for pipeline damage prevention came into force. Saskatchewan has many pipelines that are covered by these new regulations. You can find more information in the availavle documents, including the notification's letter and a copy of the regulations.
By The Global Transportation Hub
It was 20 years ago that the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) was formed – a new entity established to bring together public and private sector interests in developing Saskatchewan’s trade economy.
Two decades later, the proof is in the numbers: STEP has grown to more than 400 members and Saskatchewan exports have increased from $9.3 billion in 1996 to $32.8 billion in 2015.
Creating a safe space for your staff
By The Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
Imagine working in a highly productive environment in which you feel safe, respected and valued; the work is challenging, the demands of the job are reasonable, you have work-life balance and your employer ...
Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Saskatchewan Polytechnic recognizes Gord Broda at convocation ceremony
Saskatchewan Polytechnic paid tribute to a long-standing SHCA member and leader in the heavy construction community with an honorary diploma at one of their spring convocations.
Gord Broda, the owner and manager of the Broda Group, a multi-faceted earthwork, concrete production, aggregate processing civil construction company, was recognized at the Prince Albert ceremony on June 13.
A monthly note from the desk of SHCA’s President
By Shantel Lipp, SHCA President
Over the past several years the profile, presence and impact of the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA) and our sector has evolved, our association has gained the ear of government, and we continue to lobby successfully for record levels of investment into our highways and other transportation infrastructure throughout all levels of government.