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Safety & Health Week May 1st – May 7th, 2022

The goal of Safety and Health Week (formerly known as NAOSH) is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. This goal seeks to improve attitudes towards safety, increase understanding of the importance of occupational safety and health, foster a […]

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Thank You For Attending Our 2nd Annual We’re Only Human Conference!

Proudly presented by Service Hospitality and The Canadian Mental Health Association – SK Division! This year’s We’re Only Human Conference – Cultivating a Culture of Well-Being featured a FULL lineup of special guest speakers on June 15th, 2022. Thank you for attending our conference, we had a great time and appreciate your support. We hope […]

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Congrats to our 2021 Injury-Free Workplace Certificate Recipients!

Over the last two years, we have seen massive disruption to workplaces in all industries. However, we have also seen incredible work done by individuals, communities, and organizations during these challenging times. On behalf of Service Hospitality, we would like to commend and congratulate the over 3,400 employers who received our 2021 Injury-Free Certificates. Throughout […]

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Protect your workers with an Exposure Control Plan!

Are you aware that an exposure control plan is required within your organization? Do you know what it is and the importance behind it? Exposure control plans can help to eliminate or minimize workers’ exposure to COVID-19. As well as protecting anyone that takes out the garbage, cleans bathrooms, interacts closely with the public, or […]

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Restrictions Are Lifting – What Does This Mean For Your Business?

On July 11th, the Saskatchewan government will lift all public health measures — including mandatory masking and gathering size limits. As an employer, you may be wondering where this leaves you and your workplace – restrictions are lifting for the public, but what are your responsibilities when it comes to your employees? Under the Saskatchewan Employment […]

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