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ANNOUNCING our 2022 SK Polytechnic Hotel & Restaurant Management Program Scholarship Recipient!

It has always been said that safety starts at the top. This is why Service Hospitality supports the training and development of well-trained hospitality industry professionals who are preparing to not only run Saskatchewan hotels and restaurants successfully but safely, as well.  We are honored to support this endeavour this year and to provide 1 […]

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Record Your Injury To Solve the Mystery – Safety & Health Week 2022

One of the most important aspects of Safety and Health Week is awareness. This year, to recognize and support Safety and Health week and our industries we will be highlighting the importance of following Occupational Health & Safety legislation by discussing some of the top 10 OH&S Contraventions issued in Saskatchewan in 2021 in the […]

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Harassment Contravention Prevention – Safety & Health Week 2022

One of the most important aspects of Safety and Health Week is awareness. This year, to recognize and support Safety and Health week and our industries we will be highlighting the importance of following Occupational Health & Safety legislation by discussing some of the top 10 OH&S Contraventions issued in Saskatchewan in 2021 in the […]

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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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Minerva Rising Star Award

Minerva Canada is pleased to announce the launch of its new award, the Minerva Rising Star Award as part of the 2022 Canada’s Safest Employers event. This award recognizes leaders of the future with a demonstrated commitment to the integration of health and safety.  Eligible nominees include full-time post-secondary students from Canadian universities or colleges in undergraduate, graduate, […]

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