Leading the Way in Psychological Health & Safety

In Canada, one in five people is living with a mental health problem or illness.  Those employed in the services sector are more likely to experience mental health issues. In October 2016, the Saskatchewan Government passed an amendment to the Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 establishing a rebuttable presumption for those experiencing work-related psychological injuries.  This […]

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Getting to the Root of it: A look at Incident Investigations and Root Cause Analysis

When a worker experiences a workplace injury, the first thing most employers think is “How can we make sure this never happens again?” If you’ve had this thought before, you have probably been involved in an Incident Investigation. A successful Incident Investigation will look beyond the immediate and seemingly most obvious cause of an incident. It […]

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Youth Safety Education Day on Global News Morning Saskatoon LIVE!

This morning safety advisor, Laura Bence appeared LIVE on the Global News Morning Saskatoon show to talk more about Youth Safety Education Day 2019! In Saskatchewan, young worker injuries are not declining fast enough. Approx. 6,000 young workers, under the age of 25, are injured at work each year and on average, three young workers […]

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