Psychological Health and Safety at Work

Prevention, promotion and guidance for your workplace Today in Canada one in five people are living with a mental health problem or illness.  The accommodation and food services, government services, ...

Why are you paying 117% more for WCB coverage than you need to be?

Written by George Marshall, CEO of Service Hospitality The Saskatchewan hotel industry is classified under the S23 industrial rate code by the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB), this is for purposes ...

Youth Safety Education Day – September 10th, 2019

Partnership Opportunity In Saskatchewan, young worker injuries are not declining fast enough. Young people and new hires are the most at risk of injury on the job and over 70% ...

New mental health support launched for Saskatchewan’s first responders

New resources include confidential support lines and self-assessments July 24, 2019 – WCB Media Release Regina, SK – Workplace mental health claims continue to rise in Saskatchewan and due to the nature of their work, first responders are at a higher risk of mental health injuries. One step in addressing mental health in the workplace […]

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Improving Psychological Health and Safety in Your Workplace

Earlier this month, in Canada’s Occupational Health & Safety Magazine, an article was published discussing harassment in a Saskatchewan workplace, which led to a suspension. The article (Saskatchewan’s child advocate apologizes for harassment that led to suspension), discusses that the investigation and suspension resulted from multiple complaints of harassment. It further voices that, “. . […]

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Educating Saskatchewan Youth – One Presentation at a Time

Did you know, 45% of young people – aged 15 – 24 – and new hires, are the most at risk of injury on the job? On average, there are 4000 young people getting hurt on the job every year and approximately 817 of those injuries come from the service and hospitality industries, in Saskatchewan. […]

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