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Soaring To New Safety Heights – The Sky Is The Limit, Or Is It?

Approximately one year ago today, the Provincial Emergency Communication Centre – CanOps started a journey to improve its safety culture. Improving physical and psychological health and safety are integral to achieving a change in culture within the organization. Flash forward to ONE YEAR LATER…. PECC has achieved Health & Safety Leadership Certification Level 1. But […]

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An Organization Reaching New Safety Heights with HSLC!

It is with great pleasure to welcome Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. to our HSLC family! Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. is a non-profit, registered charity that was incorporated in 1982. This program offers a variety of supports and programming specifically for young parents which assists them as parents and as high school […]

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Safety & Health Week May 1st – May 7th, 2022

The goal of Safety and Health Week (formerly known as NAOSH) is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. This goal seeks to improve attitudes towards safety, increase understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health, foster a […]

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Congratulations to K-Bro Linen Systems for achieving HSLC Level 2!

It gives us great pleasure to announce that K-Bro Linen Systems has achieved HSLC Level 2. Jackie Belanger, General Manager at K-Bro, along with her team have worked diligently to improve the organization’s workplace safety culture. Due to the dedication of management and staff, K-Bro was able to decrease injuries by 68% from 2019 to 2020, […]

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First to Reach the HSLC Finish Line; Congratulations Cosmo Industries!

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Cosmopolitan Industries has achieved HSLC Level 4, making them the first community-based organization in Saskatchewan to achieve this accolade! Their journey began in 2018 when Executive Director, Sharlene Duquette, committed the organization to achieve health and safety excellence. They quickly accomplished HSLC Level 1 and have continued […]

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