Tag Archives: saskatchewan

Students Are Getting Ready To Head Back To School & So Are We!

With September in sight, our Safety Advisors are getting ready for another school year of educating youth across Saskatchewan about the importance of workplace safety! Every year the Regina District Industry Education Council hosts a Summer Skills Camp focused on hands-on learning in several industries for students grade seven to nine. Our Safety Advisor Brooklynn […]

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Announcing Our Latest Partnership W/Sask Polytech!

Service Hospitality is proud to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Saskatchewan Polytechnic.  The partnership between Service Hospitality and Saskatchewan Polytechnic has been growing for years, and the signing of this MOU is just the next step in that partnership.  Future collaborations include the cross-promotion of skills training and educational opportunities, as […]

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Amended Regulations – What You Need To Know!

Important Reminder: All places of employment must always have a copy of the SEA and OHS Regs available to their employees. This can either be a hard copy in a common area of the workplace or saved as a PDF version on a shared drive and/or their desktop. To remain compliant employers must download or […]

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Health & Safety Pays – And We Have The Proof!

A healthy and safe business makes good sense and good cents. We often hear about reduced costs, both financial and human, for organizations who have strong Safety Management Systems. But where is the proof for such a bold statement? Well, Service Hospitality crunched the numbers for you. In Saskatchewan, there are approximately 4100 employers within […]

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Grit & Grace – Tackling Women’s Mental Health on International Women’s Day

Presented By: Service Hospitality   Join us on Monday, March 8th, 2021 from 1 – 4:50 pm (CST) for Grit & Grace – Tackling Women’s Mental Health!  Join us on International Women’s Day as we explore the journeys of various women from across Canada, their struggles and triumphs with mental health, and celebrate the things […]

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