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3 Deaths Annually – Does That Matter, To You?

83,876 employed annually. 3 times more likely to be injured. 4,000 annual injuries. 3 annual deaths. These startling statistics belong to our employed, Saskatchewan youth. Something needs to change. Service Hospitality strives to bring awareness, education, and support to the youth of our province, to reduce their workplace injuries and deaths. For the 8th year […]

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The Cost of Claims is on the Rise…

Across the province of Saskatchewan, the cost of claims is on the rise.  Please read CEO George Marshall’s summary about the current environment (Now is a Good Time To Panic!)  Unfortunately, the service and hospitality industries are not immune to this trend.  So, what can you do about it? Injury prevention.  The #1 way to […]

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When Traffic Safety & Workplace Safety Collide

It’s important for employers to recognize that for many workers, driving is the most dangerous part of their day. Seatbelts are the focus of SGI’s monthly traffic safety spotlight, and this isn’t surprising.  Last year during their seatbelt blitz, police reported more than 4,700 offenses for failing to wear a seatbelt or not using the […]

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