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Youth Safety Education – Bringing Mental Health Through Song

Today marks two months since we held our 10th Youth Safety Education Day Virtual Event. The purpose of this day is to provide meaningful safety education, leadership, and awareness to youth across Saskatchewan and beyond about the importance of workplace health and safety, safety at school while socializing, and psychological health and safety. Gaining this […]

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Service Hospitality TV Presents: Back to School with Safety in Schools

Young people in Saskatchewan are getting hurt at work – in fact, each year, approximately 3500 workers under the age of 24 experience a workplace injury. These injuries are often the result of the many hazards present in the places they typically work, such as sharp knives and slippery floors in restaurants. Limited or no […]

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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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Try A Career Day!

In February, thousands of grade 9 students across Saskatchewan will be tuning into Regina District Industry Education Councils first-ever, virtual Grade 9 Safety Fair Series to explore a variety of career areas. Service Hospitality is extremely honoured to participate in this virtual event and to educate youth on workplace safety. At our booth students will […]

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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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