Tag Archives: Hazard Identification

Top TEN Contraventions in the Community Service and Hospitality Industries

Service Hospitality’s mission is to build our members’ capacity to prevent workplace injuries by ensuring they identify hazards in their workplace and comply with relevant health and safety legislation, protecting them from legal action. Below are the TOP TEN contraventions in our industries during 2023 in Saskatchewan.  1. Establishing of OH&S Committees – Saskatchewan Employment […]

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Innovative Training Programs for Emerging Health & Safety Challenges

In today’s rapidly changing workplaces, ensuring that your health and safety program keeps up with changing legislation, emerging issues, and new hazards can be difficult. At Service Hospitality, we ensure that our products and services continually meet the changing needs of our members and help them address these challenges while promoting a culture of health […]

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2024 Kickoff Message from our CEO, Carrie Bjola!

Happy 2024! I am compelled to thank you again, our members and partners, for your engagement and collaboration in 2023. Our focus for 2024 is AWARENESS and TAKING STOCK. Safety is a proactive process of preventing an incident before it happens. Through awareness, simply paying attention and being in the moment, we are able to […]

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Don’t Want HAZMAT, Have A Pool Chemical Safety Plan

Saskatchewan hotels make guests feel at home by offering a variety of amenities, often including a swimming pool. Did you know maintaining a swimming pool can be VERY dangerous for EMPLOYEES? What do we mean by VERY dangerous? Pool areas include many hazards that are often overlooked, particularly pool chemicals. Not only is the potential […]

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Safety Champion of the Year Goes To….

Service Hospitality’s Safety Champion is…. Brooklynn Radmacher, Youth Advisor This year marked the inaugural year of Service Hospitality’s Safety Champion Award. Service Hospitality’s vision: Healthy & Safe Workplaces. Prospering goes beyond what we do for our employers in the service and hospitality industries but is also measured within our own organization. At the beginning of 2021, […]

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