Tag Archives: Community Services

Safety & Health Week May 1st – May 7th, 2022

The goal of Safety and Health Week (formerly known as NAOSH) is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. This goal seeks to improve attitudes towards safety, increase understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health, foster a […]

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Integrating Psychological Health and Safety Into HSLC Streams

With one purpose in mind, Service Hospitality’s goal has always been to stop people from getting hurt! Through our Health and Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC), our employers work through a step-by-step process to build a safety management system. With the changes to OH&S Regulations in this past year and an increased number of psychological injury […]

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Health & Safety Pays – And We Have The Proof!

A healthy and safe business makes good sense and good cents. We often hear about reduced costs, both financial and human, for organizations who have strong Safety Management Systems. But where is the proof for such a bold statement? Well, Service Hospitality crunched the numbers for you. In Saskatchewan, there are approximately 4100 employers within […]

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Official Partnership Announcement to better support the Community Services Industry!

Service Hospitality is pleased to announce our new partnership with SARC to better support the community services industry. First a little bit about them. They’re a provincial association of approximately 100 community-based organizations, dedicated to supporting people in their communities to live life to their full potential! They do this by providing services to non-profit […]

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Proceed with Caution – A Guide to Return to Work Policies Amidst COVID-19

For organizations and individuals throughout Saskatchewan, the last two months have been a time filled with challenges and leading us to adjust to a different way of living and doing things. We have seen businesses make the tough decision to close their doors or change their way of operating. We have also seen plenty of […]

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