FREE Virtual Safety Training – See What’s Coming Up

Do you have one or two employees who need safety training? Interested in building your health and safety knowledge? All your training needs solved? Training courses on all the topics you need? Service Hospitality is excited to deliver our HSLC Training Courses FREE through our Virtual Public Safety Training Sessions. 

Health & Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) Training virtually on HSLC Levels 1, 2 & 3, regularly priced at $500 per course. These will occur on an ongoing basis. Participating in a program to achieve certification can help reduce injuries, reduce premiums and save lives. More information on our HSLC program can be found here.

*Certificates to be provided upon completion 

Register for the upcoming courses & events below: 

Thurs, Aug 11th, 2022

Psychological Health & Safety for Hospitality

10:00 AM – 2:30 PM (CST)

Hospitality workers face immense pressures to satisfy customers, co-workers, and supervisors, with many reporting increased stress from their work. When workers feel safe discussing psychological health and safety challenges in the workplace, it encourages open dialogue between employees and employers and creates a supportive working environment that promotes positive wellbeing. 

This course will cover:

  • Testimonials and case studies from individuals within the hospitality industry 
  • Communication, coping mechanisms and support for common mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, addictions, and harassment 
  • How to notice, acknowledge and support poor mental health in ourselves and co-workers 
  • Additional resources and community services 

Recommended for: 

  • Supervisors, Managers, Human Resources, all workers and anyone interested in learning more about Psychological Health and Safety 

Wed, Sept 7th, 2022

Youth Safety Education Day Event
Mental Health Matters 

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM (CST)

 

Join us for this FREE virtual event for this year’s Youth Safety Education Day. Register & attend to be entered to win our special sponsorship prize stuffed full of amazing goodies!

On September 7th, 2022, at 10:30 AM (CST), Let’s Talk Mental Health with Service Hospitality’s Safety Advisor, Beyanka Lodongi. Mental health matters at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. In this one-hour session, you will learn about the most common form of mental illness, common causes and symptoms, and the coping strategies we can apply to ourselves and others.

Recommended for: 

  • Teachers, students ages 14-24, any workplace that employs youth under 25, anyone interested in learning more about mental health 

Two Available Sessions:
Thurs, Sept 8th & Fri, Sept 9th

Youth Safety Education Day Event
Make Safety Personal

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM (CST)

 

Join us for these FREE virtual events for this year’s Youth Safety Education Day. Register & attend to be entered to win our YSED 2022 GRAND PRIZE valued at over $1,500, including a Nintendo Switch!

Choose from TWO live sessions on Sept 8th & 9th at 10:30 AM (CST) to Make Safety Personal w/ Candace Carnahan. Being young isn’t easy. Being a young worker embarking on a journey into a world where experience is not on your side adds to that challenge. Candace will share her personal story with you to demonstrate what is at stake when unnecessary and uncalculated risks are taken. The first step in not getting hurt is knowing you can be – recognizing that can change everything.

Recommended for: 

  • Teachers, students ages 14-24, any workplace that employs youth under 25, anyone interested in learning more about workplace health and safety 
 

Wed, Sept 21st, 2022

Qualifications, Orientation & Training

10 AM – 12 PM (CST)

Employers have legislated responsibilities to ensure workers know their health and safety responsibilities. They need to be informed of the hazards and methods of control for these hazards in their workplace. This course outlines how orientations and job-specific training help meet these obligations and support an incident-free workplace. 

This course will cover:

  • Why health and safety orientations must be conducted, what to include, and how to deliver
  • Why job-specific training must be completed, what to include, and how to deliver 
  • Who should provide orientations and training
  • What records to keep, and why you need to keep them

Recommended for: 

  • All Key Staff who oversee and/or carry out orientations or training, General Managers, Directors, Senior Managers, Human Resources and safety professionals 
 

Thurs, Oct 6th, 2022

OH&S Committee Training Part 1: Making Your Committee Shine 

10 AM – 12 PM (CST)

Your organization’s Occupational Health & Safety Committee is an integral part of your Safety Management System. The Committee helps review safety policies and procedures and plays a crucial role in workplace inspections and incident investigations. 

This course will cover:

  • Roles and responsibilities of each Committee member
  • Occupational Health & Safety Committee legislation 
  • How to make your Safety Committee truly shine within your organization 

Recommended for: 

  • Health & Safety Committee Members, Managers, Human Resources, and anyone interested in the role of the Occupational Health & Safety Committee 

 

 

Wed, Oct 12th, 2022

OH&S Committee Training Part 2: Workplace Inspections

10 AM – 12 PM (CST)

How often does your organization conduct inspections, and who is responsible for conducting them? Effective health and safety inspections are one of the most critical incident prevention tools in your organization’s health and safety program. 

This course will cover:

  • How to prepare, conduct and evaluate a workplace inspection
  • Types of inspections, covering both formal and informal 
  • Who should be involved, and in what capacity, for workplace inspections

Recommended for: 

  • All Key Staff who oversee and/or carry out workplace inspections, Managers, Supervisors, Human Resources, Health & Safety Committee Members and anyone wanting to increase their injury prevention knowledge 
 

Thurs, Oct 20th, 2022

OH&S Committee Training Part 3: Incident Reporting & Investigations

10 AM – 12 PM (CST)

Do you investigate all incidents, including near misses? Do you have an effective process to ensure all staff are reporting incidents? Incident reporting and investigation is a key method for correcting issues in the workplace to ensure the same incident never happens again. By understanding WHY an incident occurred, you can be confident you have the tools to correct it in the future. 

This course will cover:

  • Direct, indirect, and root causes with the understanding of how to prevent all causes from occurring again
  • Different types of investigations, including for near misses  
  • How to complete an incident investigation report competently and follow up

Recommended for: 

  • All Key Staff who oversee and/or carry out incident investigations, Managers, Supervisors, Human Resources, Health & Safety Committee Members and anyone wanting to increase their injury prevention knowledge 

Part 1: Tues, Nov 22nd, 2022

Claims Management Training Part 1

Nov 22nd – 9 AM – 12 PM (CST)

*Participants must attend parts 1 & 2 to complete this training*

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, and that doesn’t just mean for the organization. Service Hospitality’s Claims Management program will train you to set up a process before anyone is injured, so you can ensure a smooth transition through medical appointments, modified work, and into the return to full duties.

Claims management doesn’t end with physical injuries. This course will also cover psychological injury claims and the nuances that are required to effectively manage the claim and the return-to-work process. 

This course will cover:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work prior to an injury occurring 
  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims, including accommodations and modified work 
  • Methods to tackle long-term claims to get them back on track 
  • Ways to mitigate costs to the organization and the injured worker. 

Recommended for: 

  • Human Resource professionals and all managers and supervisors who may play a role in the claims management or modified work processes. 

Part 2: Wed, Nov 23rd, 2022

Claims Management Training Part 2

Nov 23rd 9 AM – 12 PM (CST)

*Participants must attend parts 1 & 2 to complete this training*

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, and that doesn’t just mean for the organization. Service Hospitality’s Claims Management program will train you to set up a process before anyone is injured, so you can ensure a smooth transition through medical appointments, modified work, and into the return to full duties.

Claims management doesn’t end with physical injuries. This course will also cover psychological injury claims and the nuances that are required to effectively manage the claim and the return-to-work process. 

This course will cover:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work prior to an injury occurring 
  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims, including accommodations and modified work 
  • Methods to tackle long-term claims to get them back on track 
  • Ways to mitigate costs to the organization and the injured worker. 

Recommended for: 

  • Human Resource professionals and all managers and supervisors who may play a role in the claims management or modified work processes. 

Testimonials:

“The ‘Your Safety Committee and the Law’ training series offered by Service Hospitality was outstanding! We coordinated a private session for a group of employees to learn together — it was absolutely perfect! The training was well organized, and the facilitators were professional, knowledgeable and highly engaged; moreover, it was evident that Service Hospitality took the necessary time to carefully develop a professional training package. Online learning can be tough; this training kept everyone engaged in learning the whole time! Most importantly, it was relevant and customized to meet our unique needs.”  

-Michael Lavis, Creative Options


Excellent organized content that builds on your knowledge and reinforces what you already know. One of the main things that impressed me about the webinar was that it was relevant to today’s workplace and very interactive, which kept me focused and engaged. The support from presenters was first-rate and was delivered at a well-paced level which allowed me to learn quickly.

-Nadia


I have done a number of different webinars, honestly, this is by far the best one I have ever done!!! Just keep doing what you are doing. Thanks for the opportunity, I have signed up for many more of your webinars.

-Cal


It was excellent. The instructor was very easy to understand and did not rush through the webinar. I found it to be very eye-opening and a reminder of how important safety is for all of us.

-Christine


One of the best online training experiences I have had. I really don’t have any suggestions – info was clear, concise and lots of opportunities to ask questions. Thank you!

-Keri 


Woohoo, thanks, Brelyn! I just have to say you are a fantastic presenter! This kind of information can be incredibly dry, but you have a way of injecting so much fun and making it interactive. Your teaching style really helped me and other members of the Safety Squad in attendance really absorb the info. I appreciate you and can’t wait to recommend your webinar series to anyone else needing this valuable training.

-Wendy 

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