At School or at Play, Let Safety Lead the Way!

Did you know? Young and new workers are the most at risk for injury on the job. Each year in Saskatchewan, approximately 3,200 youth under 25 are injured on the job and an average of two die yearly from workplace incident. (According to SK WCB stats in 2021)

Through our youth presentations, we aim to equip young people with the tools they need to make informed decisions when faced with danger and unpredictability. As young adults transition to unfamiliar settings like the workplace, they may lack the experience to identify hazards and may feel uncomfortable seeking help if they feel unsafe. Ultimately, our goal is to instill in them the critical life skills of risk assessment and hazard recognition, which will serve them physically and psychologically throughout their lives.

Here at Service Hospitality, we are deeply concerned about the safety of future workers. That’s why we’ve developed youth safety presentations for elementary students, designed to educate them on specific safety knowledge, skills, and understanding. Our presentations are SK curriculum-aligned and presented in a fun yet educational way. Our classroom presenters and safety advisors, Beyanka and Dayton, are ready to talk to your students about safety at home, at school, in the community and online! 

Find out more about our available safety presentations below:

Grade 3 – Hazard Hero Presentation


Grade 4/5 Community Safety Presentation 








Grade 6 Safety at Home, School and while Socializing







Grade 8 – Mental Health Presentation 







For the past six years, we’ve been offering this presentation to Saskatchewan school divisions and are excited to reach even more students every year. The presentation can be delivered in person or virtually using a platform that best suits teachers and students.

For assistance, or if you have questions or comments, please Get in Touch with Service Hospitality.

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