Tag Archives: HAZARD

Results are in! Refresher Training is a Good Idea

Over the past 6 months, COVID-19 has taken over as the #1 health and safety topic in the workplace. Training has been provided on sanitizing, social distancing and mask-wearing – but what about training on hazards that existed before COVID-19? Frequent refresher training is an important tool that helps workers commit important safety knowledge and best […]

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Stay Safe, Be Prepared: Staying Home Alone

The million-dollar question remains uncertain, at what age can a child stay home alone? Like most provinces, Saskatchewan does not have an age restriction for when a child can stay home alone. The Canadian Safety Council recommends the age of 10 as a minimum to stay home alone for short periods of time and children […]

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FREE Safety Webinar on Hazard Assessment & Controls

What is a hazard? How does an organization control a hazard? A hazard can be defined by many definitions. When referring to workplace health and safety the most common definition is “a hazard is any source of potential damage, harm or adverse health effects on something or someone.” – CCOHS Saskatchewan Occupational Health & Safety […]

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