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Back to School & Back to Safety

  Did you know young and new workers are the most at risk of 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 workplace incidents. Youth are heading back to work – returning to a part-time […]

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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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Benefits of the Safety in Schools Teacher’s Dashboard

In partnership with Safety in Schools, a non-profit organization from Alberta, we offer FREE online safety courses for high school students! There are many courses offered to Saskatchewan teachers and students, all developed based on Saskatchewan legislation and Saskatchewan high school curriculum. The courses range from 30 minutes to 3 hours in length. Teachers can […]

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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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Young Workers Readiness Certificate Course

As students say goodbye to another school year, many will begin the summer job hunt. For many students who are fresh out of high school, this will be unfamiliar territory as they enter the workforce for the first time. Unfortunately, youth (ages 16-24) are more likely to be unaware of how to conduct themselves in […]

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