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Protecting Your Organization and Employees

In any given week approximately 500,000 Canadian workers will be absent from work due to a mental health issue. In Canada, mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression, account for 30% of short-term and long-term disability claims and 70% of disability costs. Given the statistics noted above, as an employer, are you doing everything […]

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Workplace Harassment – Where Does Your Organization Stand?

Recently, OHS Canada released an article discussing that many political parties in Canada, have recognized their offices do not communicate or enforce strong anti-harassment policies. Some staff and volunteers are unaware of their rights and support regarding their mental health, in the workplace. If this is even happening on a national level, what does your […]

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Hotel, Liquor & Restaurant Conference and Tradeshow

Last week, the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA) and the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority’s (SLGA) Conference & Trade Show, rocked Regina! The morning was filled with many informative sessions including, Meet the Regulators, Millennials/Gen Z “Feeding the Future”, and Hotel Security – are you covered? Laura Bence, Safety Advisor with Service Hospitality, presented […]

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Me Day at St. Lorenzo Ruiz Elementary School

In early February, we had the privilege of speaking at St. Lorenzo Ruiz Elementary School in Saskatoon. They organized and hosted a “Me Day” designed in connection to a personalized learning project for the Grade 8 students. The students identified health issues of concern for kids in their community, such as gossiping, bullying, residential schools, sleep […]

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FREE Safety in Schools Certificate Training

Did you know your high school students can receive FREE health and safety certification through their school and our organization? The SHSA and Safety in Schools formed a partnership to provide high school teachers & students with FREE training covering Saskatchewan legislation, resulting in safety certification. Workplace safety training is essential for students to learn […]

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