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Upcoming Occupational Health and Safety Committee Training

3-Part OH&S Committee Training! Every organization, big or small, requires occupational health & safety representation between the employer and employees. This occurs through a formal Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Committee for workplaces with ten or more employees. Training is a legal requirement. The law says Committee co-chairs in Saskatchewan must be trained on the […]

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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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Congratulations to Thomas’ Circle of Care for Achieving HSLC Level 2!

The enthusiasm and dedication for health and safety shine bright for the Thomas’ Circle of Care team. With great pleasure, we announce their successful achievement of Health and Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) Level 2 in our Community Service Stream! There truly is no stopping Thomas’ Circle of Care when it comes to health and safety. […]

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Does Your Organization Have a Fully Functioning Safety Management System?

Have you ever wondered if you have a fully functioning Safety Management System? Do you want to know if you have all the necessary policies and procedures to remain compliant with legislation? Do you not only want to stay compliant with legislation but also be provided with industry best practices to take your Safety Management […]

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Young Workers Readiness Certificate Course

As students say goodbye to another school year, many will begin the summer job hunt. For many students who are fresh out of high school, this will be unfamiliar territory as they enter the workforce for the first time. Unfortunately, youth (ages 16-24) are more likely to be unaware of how to conduct themselves in […]

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