Tag Archives: workplace health and safety

Congrats to our 2022 Injury-Free Workplace Certificate Recipients!

On behalf of Service Hospitality, we acknowledge the over 3,500 members who received our Injury-Free Certificates and congratulate you on achieving an injury-free workplace in 2022. Thank you for being so committed and prioritizing the health and safety of your employees, customers, and community. We are honoured to recognize employers who have an injury-free workplace […]

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Preventing Workplace Harassment

Every organization must be prepared and equipped to deal with reports of workplace harassment, but sometimes, the requirements and legal duties have our heads spinning. In the below article, you will find resources for preventing workplace harassment. Labour Relations and Workplace Safety have created three videos illustrating the distinct difference between personal harassment, sexual harassment […]

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Don’t Want HAZMAT, Have A Pool Chemical Safety Plan

Saskatchewan hotels make guests feel at home by offering a variety of amenities, often including a swimming pool. Did you know maintaining a swimming pool can be VERY dangerous for EMPLOYEES? What do we mean by VERY dangerous? Pool areas include many hazards that are often overlooked, particularly pool chemicals. Not only is the potential […]

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Safety in Schools – WHMIS 2015 Course

SWIFT Learning and well-known, highly respected industry professionals developed this FREE two-hour Safety in Schools course, WHMIS 2015.  Course Description: The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) has aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) to reflect elements of a United Nations initiative. The updated WHMIS program is Canadian […]

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Ending 2022 on a High Note – Living Skies Housing Authority Successfully Achieves HSLC Level 1!

Reaching the sky is the limit, or is it? With great pleasure, we announce that Living Skies Housing Authority successfully achieved Health and Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) Level 1 in December last year! Ray Sieber, Provincial Manager, and the rest of the Living Skies Housing Authority team began their safety journey with Service Hospitality in […]

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