“Truly successful health and safety efforts are not something else you do;
they are the way you do everything”.
Terry Mathis

The Alberta Education Health and Safety Association

The Alberta Education Health and Safety Association (AEHSA) is a non- profit organization incorporated in May 2001. Our members are an engaged community of professionals involved in supporting health and safety program development and implementation within Alberta’s education sector. Our network and services extend to all of Alberta’s educational institutions from charter schools to universities.

As a Partner in Injury Reduction (PIR), we are committed to a leadership role in education health and safety. We work proactively to improve health and safety in both the working and learning environment by providing relevant and education specific information to members through newsletters, our website, formal and informal networking forums and professional conferences. Through a Memorandum of Understanding with the Alberta Government, a primary goal is to assist organizations in developing and maintaining health and safety management systems including the achievement of a Certification of Recognition (COR). 


  • AEHSA Hazard Assessment Seminar

    On April 7 members of AEHSA gathered in Ponoka at the Division offices of Wolf Creek Public Schools to learn more about the eCompliance/AASP Hazard Assessment Online Tool. Participants learned about setting up and using the tool, and then participated in working groups to develop templates for their organizations within the tool.


  • AEFAA Spring Conference and Trade Show
    May 16 - 18, 2017

    Registration for the Alberta Education Facility Administrators Association Spring Conference and Trade Show is now open.  AEHSA members can register at the AEFAA member’s rate.  Click Here to register.

  • Alberta Labour Grant Funding

    Alberta Labour is providing $667,000 in grant funding to 33 projects through the OHS Innovation and Engagement Grants Program. These projects aim to increase OHS awareness, knowledge, and action across all industry sectors in Alberta, and will reach over 2 million workers.   Information about grant recipients and projects, and a news release are available online.