CSE Patrick Hauser

Patrick Hauser
Safety & Compliance Coordinator, USask Safety Resources

 

Patrick has over 15 years of experience in safety management system consulting, development and implementation in post-secondary education and research laboratory and fieldwork settings, as well as construction and arboriculture safety. He has worked at the University of Saskatchewan since 2008, and is currently the Safety and Compliance Coordinator. In this role he supervises the USask Fire and Life Safety team, leads the USask Hearing Loss Prevention Program, and conducts ergonomic consultations for the campus community.

 

Patrick also supports all local safety committees across campus and is a resource to the institutional Occupational Health Committee helping to identify and resolve new health and safety concerns and issues. Through these committees Patrick assists academic, research and service groups across campus to develop and implement locally specific safety management systems, including the development and provision of worker and student training systems and procedures, locally specific workplace inspection protocol and local emergency response plans. He also works with leaders and researchers across campus to develop a wide variety of off-campus activity safety plans, and children’s camp and science outreach safety plans.

 

In 2012 Patrick began volunteering with the local chapter of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE). He recently served as CSSE Regional Vice-President for Saskatchewan and Manitoba, from 2016 to 2020. Patrick currently sits on the Northern Light Chapter Executive, and is a member of the Saskatoon Steps for Life walk organizing committee. Patrick was recognized for his service to the local health and safety field earning the 2019 Saskatchewan Safety Professional of the Year award.

 

Patrick earned a BA in Economics from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995, then completed the OHSP program at Sask Polytech in 2006. In 2010 Patrick earned the Canadian Registered Safety Professional designation. He continues to pursue professional development opportunities to ensure his skills, knowledge and abilities remain current.

 

Patrick recognizes that safety management systems must be clear and be easy to empower employees and students to maintain safe and healthful workplaces and learning spaces, to continually improve our proactive culture of safety, and ultimately prevent workplace injuries.

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