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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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3 Deaths Annually – Does That Matter, To You?

83,876 employed annually. 3 times more likely to be injured. 4,000 annual injuries. 3 annual deaths. These startling statistics belong to our employed, Saskatchewan youth. Something needs to change. Service Hospitality strives to bring awareness, education, and support to the youth of our province, to reduce their workplace injuries and deaths. For the 8th year […]

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Service Hospitality rebrands with a view to the future

BY ANDREW LIVINGSTONE On March 27, the Service and Hospitality Safety Association of Saskatchewan rebranded itself as Service Hospitality, a shorter name that will simplify communications in the future and shift the focus onto the organization’s clients. “Surprisingly enough, the name Service and Hospitality Safety Association of Saskatchewan Incorporated doesn’t roll off the tongue,” said […]

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