Request a Safety Presentation

Let's talk safety

We are committed to safety and look for opportunities to talk about it. Whether you’re a safety coordinator at a jobsite, a teacher, or a member of a community association, natural gas education is important to keep everyone safe. 

Topics available for discussion include:

  • Damage Prevention (safe digging near underground infrastructure)
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Detecting a Natural Gas Leak

Send us a message outlining the details of your request. A SaskEnergy Representative will follow-up with you in 3-5 business days to discuss options and determine availability.

Presentation Descriptions

Content and topics as outlined below may be modified depending on the size and demographic of the audience.

Damage Prevention/Safe Digging

Topics of discussion include the following:

  1. A guide to safe excavations or digging:
    1. Planning and design of your project
    2. White lining your dig (or excavation) area
    3. Sask 1st Call - facility locate requests
    4. How to safely expose facilities or 'daylighting'
    5. Working around critical infrastructure and/or high pressure natural gas lines
  2. What to do if I hit a line
  3. Damage investigation and the consequences of hitting a gas line
  4. How SaskEnergy responds to a line hit with escaping natural gas
  5. How to obtain the proper approval if a natural gas line has been identified in your project area

Program length: 1-1.5 hours

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

This presentation is well suited for occupations that experience CO hazards as well as non-occupational settings, including:

  • Firefighters 
  • Lawn care workers
  • Garage mechanics
  • Janitorial staff
  • Aircraft refuelers
  • Disaster relief workers
  • Truck drivers
  • Miners
  • Furnace operators 
  • Parking garage attendants
  • Forklift operators 
  • Hospitals
  • Agricultural workers
  • Homes
  • Schools 
  • Rural municipalities
  • Transportation industry
  • Nursing homes  

Topics of discussion include the following:

  1. What is carbon monoxide (CO)
  2. How does CO form
  3. Preventative measures
  4. Proper placement and maintenance of CO alarms
  5. Signs and symptoms of CO poisoning
  6. What to do in an emergency situation
  7. CO awareness in Saskatchewan

Program length: 45 minutes to 1 hour.​​​​​​

Detecting a Leak

Learn how to detect a natural gas leak and how to take action. The goal of this presentation is to equip you with the information you need in the case of an emergency and inform you of the precautionary measures SaskEnergy is taking to keep our gas system operating safely.

Program length: 30 minutes


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