SRC was awarded the first-ever Mission: Zero Award in the large company category from Safe Saskatchewan. Our Lost-Time Incident (LTI) rate has trended downward over the past decade and last year, we had zero LTIs.
The program aims to connect Aboriginal post-secondary students in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines with SRC mentors in similar disciplines to help them take their education and experience to the next level.
SRC and NRC announced a partnership to co-manage a fermentation facility located at SRC in order to grow the local and national biotechnology and bio-manufacturing industries.
SRC is managing the remediation of the former Lorado Mill Site, as part of Project CLEANS. An engineered cover of local sand and till was constructed over the tailings and a small water treatment plant was built at Nero Lake.
SRC was awarded the first-ever Mission:Zero Award in the large company category from Safe Saskatchewan earlier today.
These prestigious awards recognize three workplaces (small, medium, and large
Climate change represents one of the greatest challenges we face today. In order to sustain oil and gas production, new technologies will be required to meet increasingly stringent regu
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) has
achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification, the world’s most widely recognized
standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). This achievement demo
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