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Congratulations to K-Bro Linen Systems for achieving HSLC Level 2!

It gives us great pleasure to announce that K-Bro Linen Systems has achieved HSLC Level 2. Jackie Belanger, General Manager at K-Bro, along with her team have worked diligently to improve the organization’s workplace safety culture. Due to the dedication of management and staff, K-Bro was able to decrease injuries by 68% from 2019 to 2020, […]

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First to Reach the HSLC Finish Line; Congratulations Cosmo Industries!

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Cosmopolitan Industries has achieved HSLC Level 4, making them the first community-based organization in Saskatchewan to achieve this accolade! Their journey began in 2018 when Executive Director, Sharlene Duquette, committed the organization to achieve health and safety excellence. They quickly accomplished HSLC Level 1 and have continued […]

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Are Youth Becoming Safer Workers? The Proof Is In The Numbers…

Who remembers their first job? Maybe it was lifeguarding at the neighborhood pool or working the concession stand at the ball diamonds. Maybe it was scooping ice cream at the local ice cream shop. We all remember our first jobs – whether we loved it, hated it, or just wanted the paycheck to build our […]

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Youth Safety Education Day 2020: Reaching Saskatchewan Youth Like Never Before

We are excited to announce that 2020 marks the 9th consecutive year declaring September 10th as Youth Safety Education Day. What is YSED, you ask? Well, YSED may mean many things to different people. Some may think of it as a chance to remind their child to wear a helmet while riding their bike, another […]

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Office Ergonomics Made Easy

Employers are required by law to take every reasonable precaution to protect workers from hazards – but who would have guessed sitting at your office desk could be considered a hazard? In Canada, musculoskeletal disorders (or MSDs) are the most frequent type of time-loss injury and the single largest source of time-loss costs in Canada. […]

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