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Does Your Organization Have a Fully Functioning Safety Management System? Find Out Today With Service Hospitality’s Safety Evaluation!

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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Identifying an Overdose & Administrating Naloxone – Are you Prepared?

Within the Service and Hospitality industry, it is no surprise that these organizations will see a high number of diverse clientele daily, especially when looking at the hotel and restaurant industry members. With the constant flow of customers coming and going, your workers may be exposed to different emergency situations. As the opioid crisis continues […]

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That’s A Wrap On Try a Career 2022!

After two long years, our advisors were beyond thrilled to be back in person for the WorkSafe Grade 9 Try a Career Event that took place last week from May 16th-19th, where grade 9 students from several school divisions across the province gathered for over four days to explore, learn, and hear about various career […]

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Are Youth Becoming Safer Workers? The Proof Is In The Numbers…

Who remembers their first job? Maybe it was lifeguarding at the neighborhood pool or working the concession stand at the ball diamonds. Maybe it was scooping ice cream at the local ice cream shop. We all remember our first jobs – whether we loved it, hated it, or just wanted the paycheck to build our […]

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Are Your Employees Returning to a Safe Workplace?

Throughout the province, and as the Saskatchewan Re-Open Plan evolves, organizations remain at varying levels of operations.  For some, their doors have never closed, they have adjusted, re-adjusted, and re-adjusted again to respond to the ever-changing requirements.  For others, their doors are still closed, and they eagerly await a re-open date from the province.  And […]

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