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Working Alone in Community Services: Tools to keep your workers safe!

Disability, youth support, and other community service workers often work alone or in isolated environments. Whether working a shift in a group home, providing care in someone else’s home, or the community, these workers often work in unpredictable and irregular conditions. These circumstances heighten the risk of both psychological and physical harm due to the […]

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Safety & Health Week May 6-11th, 2024

Safety and Health Week is a national campaign that occurs annually during the first week of May and aims to focus the attention of employers, employees, partners, and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. The goal is to improve attitudes towards safety, […]

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Youth Safety Education Day 2024

Partner for YSED2024 Today! Did you know? Young and new workers are the most at risk for injury on the job. Each year in Saskatchewan, approximately 3,200 youth under the age of 25 are injured on the job, and an average of two die from a workplace incident. (Source: WCB 2021 Annual Report – Page […]

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Introducing the Service Hospitality Member Dashboard

Did you know Service Hospitality measures your organization’s injury rates and lost work time due to injuries? We do this because your success in injury prevention is a measure of our success! Introducing the Service Hospitality Member Dashboard! Our Member Dashboard will show how well your industry met or beat last year’s injury targets. To […]

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2024 Kickoff Message from our CEO, Carrie Bjola!

Happy 2024! I am compelled to thank you again, our members and partners, for your engagement and collaboration in 2023. Our focus for 2024 is AWARENESS and TAKING STOCK. Safety is a proactive process of preventing an incident before it happens. Through awareness, simply paying attention and being in the moment, we are able to […]

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