HSLC Program

Helping Organizations Achieve The Highest Standard
for Safety Certification!

Our Health & Safety Leadership Certificate is designed to lead your organization through the process of developing and implementing a Health and Safety Management System, and to empower you to create a corporate safety culture that will improve the way you do business!

In partnership with SARC and the Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council (STEC), our Health & Safety Leadership Certificate Program now includes two distinct streams for organizations in the Community Services and Hospitality sectors!

Find out more about our partners below:

Through consultation, evaluations and training, we make sure that your safety management system is not just a dusty pile of documents – but a complete, effective system. Progressing through each level of HSLC, your organization will achieve increased recognition and improved health and safety processes.


DID YOU KNOW? Due to workplace injuries, the average employer is paying 30% MORE in associated costs than they need to be? 

What are the benefits of participating?

-Protect your employees from potential injuries, illnesses, and fatalities
-Protect yourself and your business from prosecution, fines and tickets
-Reduce your WCB premiums
-Reduce employee turnover and retain quality staff
-Improve employee morale, productivity, and customer experience 

We are here to help you step by step — we are your roadmap to safety!

All training and services are run by our Safety Advisors. Your organization will work with one dedicated Advisor through the lifetime of your HSLC journey to ensure you are given the customized attention and expertise required. We offer the flexibility your business needs to achieve its HSLC goals! All training and consultations are offered in-person or virtually, on your schedule and in a private setting in order to facilitate the most open and conducive dialogue with your employees. 

 

Hospitality and Community Service Stream

Start the development of an effective Safety Management System by establishing management’s commitment to the process and taking a baseline measure of the organization’s health and safety culture. 

Level 1 Application Form


Hospitality Stream – Level 2

Build the Foundation of a Safety Management System. Use conducted hazard assessments to improve proactive processes such as workplace inspections and staff training. 

Required Training:   

* Key employee(s) complete Hazard Assessment & Control training

* Key employee(s) complete Qualifications, Orientation & Training

* Key employee(s) complete Workplace Inspections training

 

Any One Elective: 

* Key employee(s) complete Psychological Health & Safety for Hospitality Level 1 – Frontline Workers

* Key employee(s) complete Harassment Prevention in Hospitality: Beyond the Policy

*Risk-based training of a comparable level 

Other Requirements:


Serve It Right Training completed for all required staff 

* The property’s formal hazard assessments have been completed within the last year or reviewed within the last year

The following documents are completed and in place at the property:

           *Workplace Inspections Policy

           * Property-specific Inspection form(s) and report template(s)

           * Property-specific Training and Orientation Policy

           * Job-specific Training Checklist(s)

Level 2 Application Form – Hospitality Stream


Community Services Stream – Level 2

Build the Foundation of a Safety Management System. Use conducted hazard assessments to improve proactive processes such as workplace inspections and staff training. 

Required Training:   

* Key employee(s) complete Hazard Assessment & Control training

* Key employee(s) complete Qualifications, Orientation & Training

* Key employee(s) complete Workplace Inspections training

 

Any One Elective: 

* Key employee(s) complete Transfer Lifting Repositioning (TLR) (or equivalent) 

* Key employee(s) complete Approved Mental Health training (see table at bottom)

*Risk-based training of a comparable level

 

Other Requirements:

* The property’s formal hazard assessments have been completed within the last year or reviewed within the last year

The following documents are completed and in place at the property:

           *Workplace Inspections Policy

           * Property-specific Inspection form(s) and report template(s)

           * Property-specific Training and Orientation Policy

           * Job-specific Training Checklist(s)

Level 2 Application Form – Community Services Stream

 


Hospitality Stream – Level 3

Enable your Safety Management System to react swiftly. Take the training needed to develop the systems required to control the workplace hazards identified and maintain a health and safety management system for the organization.

Required Training:   

*Key employee(s) complete Incident Reporting & Investigation training

*Key employee(s) complete Claims Management training 

Any Two Electives: 

* Key employee(s) complete Psychological Health & Safety for Hospitality Level 2 – Supervisors/Managers

* Key employee(s) complete Emergency Response Planning training

* Key employee(s) complete Needles and Infectious Bodily Fluids training

* Key employee(s) complete Service First for the Taxi Industry (STEC)

* Key employee(s) complete Risk Management for your Event (STEC)

Other Requirements: 

*  Job-specific hazard training provided to 80% of all staff.  Training must cover job-specific hazards as identified in the Formal Hazard Assessments completed in Level 2

The organization completed the required policies and procedures:

*Incident Reporting and Investigation Policy(s)

*Incident Reporting/ Incident Investigation Procedures

*Incident Report form

*Incident Investigation form

*Modified Work (or Return to Work) Program

 

Level 3 Application Form – Hospitality Stream


Community Services Stream – Level 3

Enable your Safety Management System to react swiftly. Take the training needed to develop the systems required to control the workplace hazards identified and maintain a health and safety management system for the organization.

Required Training:   

*Key employee(s) complete Incident Reporting & Investigation training

*Key employee(s) complete Claims Management training 

Any Two Electives: 

* Key employee(s) complete Emergency Response Planning training

* Key employee(s) complete Needles and Infectious Bodily Fluids training

* Key employee(s) complete Professional Assault Response Training (PART) (SARC) or equivalent 

* Key employee(s) complete Positive Behavioural Support (SARC) or equivalent

* Key employee(s) complete Approved Mental Health Training (see table at bottom)

 

Other Requirements: 

*  Job-specific hazard training provided to 80% of all staff.  Training must cover job-specific hazards as identified in the Formal Hazard Assessments completed in Level 2

The organization completed the required policies and procedures:

*Incident Reporting and Investigation Policy(s)

*Incident Reporting/ Incident Investigation Procedures

*Incident Report form

*Incident Investigation form

*Modified Work (or Return to Work) Program

Level 3 Application Form – Community Services Stream


Take the final step and conduct a Health & Safety Audit. To bring your organization up to the gold standard! 

  • The organization successfully completes a Health & Safety Scored Audit.

Level 4 Application Form

 

Don’t delay, make the commitment today!


To retain all levels of HSLC, the following must be maintained: 

*The current General Manager (Senior Manager) must have completed the Health & Safety Leadership training at all levels of certification.  The intent of this seminar is to expose senior management to training that will explain the importance of health and safety to their business.  It is designed to ensure senior managers understand their responsibilities for the safety of their workers, the repercussions of not meeting these responsibilities, and the basic systems they must implement.

** For all Level 2 & Level 3 training programs, key staff are required to attend.  This includes those who will be overseeing and/or carrying out the relevant function.  For example, for Workplace Inspections, those responsible for Inspections must complete the training.

*The organization has completed a Safety Evaluation within the past 3 years.

** Approved Mental Health Training

Course

To qualify for credit

Mental Health First Aid

25% of supervisory staff, or;

One certified worker on shift at all times

The Working Mind: Employee

50% of key staff

The Working Mind: Manager

75% of all supervisory staff

ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)

25% of supervisory staff or;

One certified worker on shift at all times

UFred Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace – Advanced Certificate

100% of key staff (Executive Safety Champion)

Courses of a comparable nature may be considered

 

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