Did you know?

You do not get used to noise. If you think that you have grown used to noise it has probably damaged your hearing.


SARM and the Network

February 4, 2014

The Saskatchewan association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) has proudly performed its role as the voice or rural Saskatchewan since 1905.  All 296 RMs in the province are voluntary members of the organization.  SARM represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan and is the principal advocate in representing them before senior governments.

In 1988 the Agricultural Health and Safety Network was founded as a partnership between the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture and SARM.

The Network’s devotion to farm families parallels SARM’s dedication to rural Saskatchewan.  SARM has a rich history of advocating for the health and safety of Saskatchewan agriculture producers.  This natural partnership between CCHSA and SARM has contributed to the steady growth and success of the Network.

The Network attends the annual SARM convention every year where the annual general meeting takes place, the scholarships are presented, and connections are made through the time spent talking to people at our booth.