Register for Safety in Schools Courses!

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As much as we all don’t want to admit it, summer is slowly coming to a close. This means colder weather, fewer beach days, and back to school for the youth in our communities. With the return to school on the horizon, we want to remind teachers, students, and families of our partnership with Safety In Schools.

Easy to use and dependable, Safety In Schools offers a free learning platform, giving students the opportunity to learn the basic principles of workplace safety! With many youth joining the workforce for the first time while in high school, Safety In Schools is an invaluable resource to ensure that they have the knowledge and ability to keep themselves safe and advocate for their safety when they walk into their workplace.

Safety In Schools offers a variety of courses aligned with Saskatchewan’s curriculum, including:

The provincial and federal governments have many rules that must be followed in the workplace before you start working, while you are on the job and when you leave your employer. You will find answers to questions about your employment responsibilities and entitlements on the job, including regulations for employment standards such as wages, termination and vacation pay, legislation on human rights and workplace health and safety, and privacy information.

This course is for workers who want to know more about employment rules in the workplace. It discusses legislation covering workers, their rights and responsibilities, and leaving the job temporarily or permanently.

Upon completion of this course, you will have a better understanding of:

  • Health and safety on the job
  • Human rights
  • Pay and deductions
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Leave, vacations and holidays
  • Pay records and earnings statement
  • Rest and break periods while working

The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) has aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) to reflect elements of a United Nations initiative. The updated WHMIS program is Canadian legislation that informs all workers about the chemicals and other hazardous materials they use or may be exposed to.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Determine your responsibilities and the responsibilities of your Employer and your Suppliers
  • Protect yourself from Hazardous Materials by being able to identify and interpret Supplier Labels
  • Distinguish between the need for and use of Supplier and Workplace Labels
  • Describe the purpose of Safety Data Sheets and be able to use them accordingly, and Identify the appropriate PPE by reading a Label or SDS

Knowing the hazards in your workplace is important to creating a safe environment. Recognizing hazards and how they can affect you and others around you will help you to eliminate and/or control the risk of accidents in your workplace. This course has been designed to help you meet all regulatory and government requirements.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the responsibilities and importance of recognizing hazards
  • Define the methods, risks, and controls associated with hazard recognition
  • List the various physical, chemical, biological, psychological, and safety hazards and
  • Describe the process and steps of hazard evaluation



Your Mental Health & Well-Being is available to students in any school in any province through the Safety in School’s online library. Mental health affects everything in a person’s life, including relationships, success in school, and even physical health. Anxiety, stress and change are normal parts of life that everyone faces, but how individuals deal with them can greatly impact mental health. This course is an excellent addition to Saskatchewan’s Health and Wellness Education curricula! 

This one-hour course is designed to help students develop mental health coping skills.

Upon completion of this online course, students should be able to:

  • Understand and define mental healthmental illness, and anxiety;
  • Describe some of the common causes and symptoms of anxiety;
  • Analyze and establish effective strategies for dealing with stress, anxiety and change and for helping others manage stress, anxiety and change;
  • Understand the benefits of helping themselves, and others manage stress, anxiety and change; and,
  • Understand when and how to seek support for their mental health.

As the new school year begins, register an individual or a class, and take advantage of the training Safety In Schools provides to Saskatchewan’s youth!

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

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