Tag Archives: Community Services

When on the Road, Keep Safety in Mind!

Do you work within the Community Service, Hospitality or Service Industry? Are you required to drive for your day-to-day tasks?  Have you identified driving to be one of your top hazards? Whether you are driving within the city limits or out on the highway, driving safely should never be overlooked. In 2022 there were 141 […]

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Introducing Our Applied Workplace Ergonomics Training Course!

A quick internet search of “workplace ergonomics” typically results in a cookie-cutter approach to setting up an office chair and desk. But many Community Service workers spend their workdays everywhere BUT at a desk! We are proud to introduce our latest safety training program on Applied Workplace Ergonomics!  Because of the variety of work within […]

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SARC Achieves Health and Safety Leadership Level 4 Certification: A Testament to Their Commitment to Safety!

Congratulations to SARC and their leader, Amy McNeil, on achieving Health and Safety Leadership Level 4 Certification! This accomplishment is a testament to their commitment to building a comprehensive safety management system, further cementing their status as industry experts in the Community Service Sector. SARC is a provincial association representing approximately 100 community-based organizations dedicated […]

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Celebrating Eagles Nest’s Dedication to Keeping Staff Safe!

At the end of 2022, Eagles Nest Youth Ranch achieved a milestone in its commitment to workplace safety. Through their dedication to the Health and Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) program, the organization has built an internal safety management system that will help ensure their employees’ physical and psychological protection. 2022 was a year to be […]

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Resources for Working Alone in Community Services

We identified a need and put together resources for those working alone in the Community Service industries. Assisted living, youth support, and other community service workers are frequently required to work alone or in isolation with people and in environments that are difficult to predict. Working in isolation can increase the risk of psychological and […]

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