Congrats to our Injury-Free Certificate Recipients

Every year we have the honour of recognizing those employers who have had an injury-free workplace for the past year.  This means one year (or more!) of every worker being ...

Safety and Health Week May 5-11, 2019

The goal of Safety and Health Week (formerly known as NAOSH) is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the ...

Youth Safety Education Day – September 10th, 2019

Partnership Opportunity In Canada, an average of 21 young workers dies each year. In Saskatchewan, young worker injuries are not declining fast enough. On average, 3 young workers are injured ...

Balgonie Try a Career Days

Last week, the Regina District Industry Education Council (RDIEC), with Prairie Valley School Division, orchestrated a three-day event targeting the future careers and choices of some of Saskatchewan’s grade 9 students! Grade 9 students from PVSD, RCSD, RPSD and FHQTC, gathered over the three days to explore, learn and hear about various career opportunities that […]

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Workplace Safety for Newcomers to Canada

Service Hospitality is excited to share their knowledge of workplace safety with the newcomers to Canada, who have chosen to settle in Saskatchewan.  This valuable information is helpful to newcomers as workplace safety laws and procedures can vary greatly from country to country. Service Hospitality safety advisors share their knowledge with the newcomers through a […]

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Service Hospitality rebrands with a view to the future

BY ANDREW LIVINGSTONE On March 27, the Service and Hospitality Safety Association of Saskatchewan rebranded itself as Service Hospitality, a shorter name that will simplify communications in the future and shift the focus onto the organization’s clients. “Surprisingly enough, the name Service and Hospitality Safety Association of Saskatchewan Incorporated doesn’t roll off the tongue,” said […]

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