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The Top 10 Contraventions in the Community Service & Hospitality Industries

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 community […]

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National Day of Mourning April 28th, 2022

Marked annually in Canada on April 28th, the National Day of Mourning is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives, suffered injury or illness on the job, or experienced a work-related tragedy. On this day, Service Hospitality renews its commitment to improving occupational health and safety in the workplace.  Please take a moment […]

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Congrats to our 2021 Injury-Free Workplace Certificate Recipients!

Over the last two years, we have seen massive disruption to workplaces in all industries. However, we have also seen incredible work done by individuals, communities, and organizations during these challenging times. On behalf of Service Hospitality, we would like to commend and congratulate the over 3,400 employers who received our 2021 Injury-Free Certificates. Throughout […]

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Leading the Way – For You

The intersection between physical and psychological health and safety is vast and growing.  As our existing HSLC program expands to integrate psychological health and safety, we are also exploring new technological solutions to help even more.  One of these potential solutions is the SAHARA (Safety and Hazard Awareness Risk Assessment) App.  This app is currently […]

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Service Hospitality TV Presents: Back to School with Safety in Schools

Young people in Saskatchewan are getting hurt at work – in fact, each year, approximately 3500 workers under the age of 24 experience a workplace injury. These injuries are often the result of the many hazards present in the places they typically work, such as sharp knives and slippery floors in restaurants. Limited or no […]

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