Signup | Login
Below are the items you have added to your library. If you would like to remove an item, simply click on the 'Remove' icon to the left of it. If you don't see any items listed, please log in to your account or create an account if you haven't already done so.
Quickly share this page via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Email.
Mining, quarrying and oil wells all fall under the natural resources sector, and have a number of physical, environmental and ergonomic hazards that could cause injury or illness to workers, including:
Looking out for hazards in your workplace means looking out for your co-workers and yourself. Reporting unsafe work and speaking up about safety prevents injuries and saves lives.
The large title at the top of each page will ensure you always know which page you're visiting.
put together information about this industry to help you learn more about it,
including the industry-based safety program (if applicable) and some of the
most common topics associated with it.
‘Featured’ section shows you some of the featured news, resources or videos
related to the industry. Check back often – these features will change when we
have new information available.
Popular Resources are our most-viewed items – these are the items others are
clicking on. Hazard Alerts provide information on equipment hazards, fatalities
and unsafe work procedures – the most recent are listed here or click the
button to view them all.
frequently asked questions about your industry or SAFE Work Manitoba. Clicking
the plus sign will reveal the answer. Below FAQs, you’ll find the top questions
about Safety Certification.
SAFE Work Manitoba is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.
Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.