Manitoba Aboriginal Health & Safety Initiative
Welcome to the Manitoba Aboriginal Health & Safety Initiative Website!
The Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD) Inc., as lead organization in partnership with the Northern Manitoba Sector Council (NMSC) and the University of Winnipeg, is pleased to be developing the Manitoba Aboriginal Health & Safety Initiative (MAHSI).
What is MAHSI?
MAHSI is a 2-year project supported by a grant from the Research Workplace Innovation Program (RWIP) of the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba. MAHSI’s primary goal is to help prevent workplace-related injury and illness for Aboriginal workers; it will do this by developing an Online Learning Centre (OLC) that provides culturally appropriate health and safety training resources for Aboriginal workers, employers of Aboriginal workers, Unions, Aboriginal organizations, and employment preparation programs. The OLC will house Essentials of Health and Safety, an online health and safety course for Aboriginal workers, as well as other health and safety resources, cultural awareness resources, trainer materials, and employment information.
How will the MAHSI be developed?
MAHSI and it’s all of resources are being developed with extensive input from all stakeholder groups across Manitoba, particularly Northern Manitoba. The MAHSI has 4 phases:
- Planning & Research
- Evaluation and Sustainability
Stakeholder groups will be involved in all these phases.
How Can I Keep Informed About MAHSI?
Links to the MAHSI e-newsletters, current and previous, are on the right-side of this page. Newsletters will be posted quarterly in 2015 (March, June, September, and December). The website will be updated often, so check back often! For additional information about MAHSI please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the official website at: www.mahsi.ca
Visit our Partner Websites:
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
Canadian Tool and Die Ltd.
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
Lafarge Canada Inc.
Manitoba Building &
Construction Trades Council
Manitoba Construction Sector Council
Manitoba Homebuilders Association
Monarch Industries Ltd.
New Flyer Industries Canada
Safety Services Manitoba
Standard Manufacturers Services Limited
Technologies for Learning Group (TLG)
Northern Manitoba Sector Council:
CaNickel Mining Ltd.
Mega Precious Metals
Spruce Products Ltd.
Victory Nickel Inc.