The fines date back to three separate incidents that happened in 2015.
The first incident occurred on three separate dates – March 20, April 8 and Sept. 16 – when multiple workers were exposed to a formaldehyde-based disinfectant spill at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre.
The health region pleaded guilty for failing to ensure there was a competent person, equipment, supplies and personal protective equipment available for the prompt, safe and effective containment, neutralizing and decontamination of any accumulation, spill or leak of a hazardous product.
It also pleaded guilty for failing to ensure that anyone who works with, or in proximity to a controlled substance, has proper training in the use of the product.
The health region was fined $7,500 on each count.
Four other charges were stayed.
The second incident happened on May 21 when a worker suffered serious crushing injuries after her arm became entangled in a laundry conveyer.
The health region pleaded guilty for failing to provide an effective safeguard where a worker could come into contact with a dangerous moving part and was fined $50,000.
An additional charge was stayed.
The third incident happened on July 12 at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre.
An employee suffered a fractured wrist after her hand was pinned between the handle of a motorized cart and a door jamb.
SHRA pleaded guilty for failing to ensure that only trained operators use powered mobile equipment and was fined $30,180.
Three additional charges were stayed.