Tag Archives: Preparation

It’s the “Fall” Season, not the “Slip, Trip and Fall” Season

October is here and as we transition to the cold and snow that will soon be upon us, organizations need to prepare to make the transition to preventing fall and winter-related incidents. A safety culture that is strong will extend throughout all seasons of the year and not just the warmer months. The service & […]

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Is Psychological Health & Safety on Your Radar?

Since 2016, the number of psychological injury claims accepted by the Saskatchewan WCB has grown by over 180%!  If psychological health and safety isn’t on your radar, it needs to be! Preventing injuries is always priority #1, but what if a psychological injury occurs?  Does your organization have a process in place to manage that […]

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Open for Business – Changes Expected as we Prepare for Phase Three

With May 19th marking the start of phase two in the reopen Saskatchewan plan, many individuals and businesses are looking ahead to phase three, which includes the reopening of restaurants and bars at 50% capacity. This will require proper preparation and planning, along with the acceptance of change by employers, staff and customers as we […]

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