Provide notice of projects involving environmental hazards to the Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission.
Approval for workers planning to enter confined spaces.
Speakers about workplace safety at an event or gathering.
Information about Workers' Compensation Act, General Safety Regulations, Safety Act, Mine Health and Safety Act, Mine Health and Safety Regulations, and Explosive Use Act.
The Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission's Mine Safety Unit manages the examination and certification of workers at mine sites. All applications to write exam must be in writing.
Apply to the Chief Inspector of Mines for the following permits: Mine, Provisional Certificate; Explosive/Detonator Permit; Raise Climber Permit; and Underground Diesel Permit.
Taking place in Yellowknife every June, the Annual Mine Rescue Competition bring together mine rescue teams to show their skills and share best practices in mine rescues.
Every May the Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission celebrates North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week with events for organizations, youth and members of the general public.