Tag Archives: Indirect Costs

Workplace Safety – A Wise Investment

Over the last several months we have seen a massive disruption to workplaces and routines as we all worked together to slow the spread of COVID-19. Fortunately, it appears that things are starting to settle down, we are seeing businesses reopening and staff returning to their physical work locations. As we return to our previous […]

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No Change Isn’t Good Enough

Written by CEO, George Marshall          2009 was arguably the worst year for health and safety in the history of the hotel industry in Saskatchewan.  For the fourth straight year, injuries exceeded 580 and for the second straight year, direct costs of injuries exceeded $2.8 million.  In 2010, Service Hospitality issued a challenge to […]

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NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO PANIC!

BREAKING NEWS from CEO, George Marshall: The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) recently released its 2018 Annual Report and it contains some very concerning trends.  Injury rates are on the rise slightly from 2017, but perhaps what is more concerning is a steep increase in claims costs.  Claims costs have gone from $230.2 million in […]

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