Our Partners

We Partner For You! Through increased collaboration, we can improve our current products and services and extend our reach to a wider audience. In other words, we can impact more of our members more meaningfully. Below is a list of our current partnerships with organizations across Canada.

In addition to these exciting partnerships, Service Hospitality also works alongside other provincial and national organizations in the following groups:

  • Canadian Associations for Safe Hospitality (CASH)—This includes hospitality safety associations and other organizations that prioritize hospitality safety.

  • Saskatchewan Association of Safety Associations (SASA)—This group comprises the seven provincial safety associations.

  • Conference Board of Canada’s Council for Safe Workplaces – this group is facilitated by the Conference Board and includes the sharing of resources, guest speakers/experts, and access to health and safety research.

More Info on Our Partners:


We are ecstatic about this partnership with an inspirational individual who shares our passion for educating young people about workplace safety and injury prevention.  In collaboration with Candace Carnahan, we have launched Step Up Your Safety for Youth – an introduction to workplace health and safety from both a physical and psychological lens. 

Discover Saskatoon is a membership-based, non-profit visitor and convention bureau marketing Saskatoon and the region as a destination of choice for leisure and business travel. With shared hotel and hospitality industry members, Discover Saskatoon helps us create connections with Saskatoon and area-based hotels, restaurants, and taxi organizations.

Minerva is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization that aims to be a global leader in health and safety management education by influencing the curriculum of post-secondary institutions to ensure that future engineers and business leaders create healthier and safer workplaces.  Minerva and Service Hospitality work together to promote each other’s events and initiatives focusing on health and safety awareness for future workers, leaders, and the organizations supporting them.

RDIEC works with school divisions, community-based organizations, government agencies, and employers to provide career information between students and employers, creating career development opportunities. RDIEC and Service Hospitality have partnered on many initiatives for future workers, including RDIEC’s Try-A-Career and Think Tourism events and Service Hospitality’s Youth Safety Education Day.

Because of this partnership, over 10,000 students in Saskatchewan have mastered workplace health and safety courses through the Safety in Schools platform. We also worked together to create a virtual version of Service Hospitality’s Anxiety & Mental Health course, which youth across Canada can access.


Service Hospitality continues to work closely with SARC to support shared members. This includes attending and participating in events like SARC’s Spring and Fall Conferences, the Mental Health Best Practice Group, and Youth Safety Education Day. SARC is the official partner of the HSLC Community Services Stream.   

We collaborated with Saskatchewan Polytechnic to develop a high-quality kitchen safety training program. This program fills an elective requirement for the HSLC program and is meant for anyone who works in (or plans to work in) kitchens.  With knife cuts and burns being the top injuries in the hospitality sector, this course supports our members in their efforts to reduce injuries.

SIEC bridges Saskatchewan’s career opportunities and Saskatoon area youth, utilizing partnerships with businesses, K-12 and post-secondary schools. They help students find a career that connects their passion and natural talents with current and future workforce needs.  As one of the key stakeholders in the Enough Already project, SIEC worked closely with Service Hospitality to develop the Creating Harassment-Free Workplaces in Community Service and Hospitality training program.

SASS is a provincial non-profit organization that works collectively with front-line agencies, community partners, and governments that provide support and advocacy for those affected by sexual violence in Saskatchewan. As one of the stakeholders in the Enough Already project, SASS and Service Hospitality continue to find new ways to support each other in preventing sexual violence in the workplace.

We have had great success in collaborating with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division, on the Mental Health Best Practice Group, as well as numerous sponsored training activities, supportive communication strategies, and two virtual conferences.

With many shared members, Tourism Saskatchewan continues to be a supportive partner.  We have worked together for eCampus content, on developing and sharing resources, and various events such as Think Tourism and Youth Safety Education Day.  Tourism Saskatchewan is the official partner of the HSLC Hospitality Stream. 

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