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Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day

On February 29th, 2024, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) recognizes Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day. This is a day to bring awareness to one of the lesser-discussed workplace hazards that cause repetitive strain injuries and reflect on how to prevent them. Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Awareness Day is February 29th*. As […]

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Compliance Undertaking and Notice of Contraventions – Here’s What You Need to Know!

Have you received a visit from an Occupational Health Officer recently? Were you left with a piece of paper outlining different safety legislation, specific tasks to complete, and deadlines? Did this leave you wondering, “What do I do now?” When an Occupational Health Officer visits your workplace, they can legally inspect all areas of your […]

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Our 3-Part OH&S Committee Training is BACK!

Every organization, big or small, requires occupational health & safety representation between the employer and workers. For workplaces with 10 or more employees, there must be a formal Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Committee. The members of the OH&S Committee play an important role in helping employers make sure everyone is safe at work! You […]

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When WCB Calls – Your Guide to Handling Claims with Confidence

As the WCB’s Business Transformation Program continues to roll out, adjustments have been made to streamline the claims management process, aiming to alleviate some of the burdens on employers and injured workers. It is important for employers to review these changes to ensure you are well-equipped to navigate the WCB claims system effectively. On October 11, 2023, […]

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November is Fall Prevention Month!

In 2022, 1 in 4 workplace injuries in Saskatchewan were caused by falls. November is Fall Prevention Month, and Service Hospitality wants to help you raise awareness and educate workers about preventing falls, whether your team is working at dizzying heights or just navigating the office terrain. Not all falls are created equal. According to […]

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