Graham Construction resumed work on the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan Wednesday.
The site was shut down by the province on July 21 after a worker was killed on the job.
Eric Ndayishimiye, 21, died when he was crushed by a steel construction lift.
Since the incident, the lift has been taken out of service at this site and at all Graham construction projects, the company said in a release.
“We conducted a comprehensive safety review and have the support of the Saskatoon Health Region to restart,” said Colin Anderson, vice president of buildings for Graham Construction.
“This safety review is part of a broader return to work plan for the site. We are confident we are ready to safely resume work.”
The return to work plan includes elements such as a detailed review of safe work procedures, job hazard assessments, group risk assessments, as well as a reorientation of all site workers.
Investigators with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) have been looking into the circumstances of his death since the accident.
An OHS spokesperson said Tuesday they could not reveal what the initial investigation turned up, adding those details would be released in a future report.