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Mental Health in the Hospitality Industry, Mind The Bar is here to Listen

It is no secret that the hospitality industry has had a reputation for being a challenging work environment. Workers in the hospitality industry face immense pressure to satisfy customers; work long, gruelling hours; have high-pressure kitchens, and are put under extremely high-stress situations compared to most other industries. With all of this in mind, it […]

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Does Your Workplace Have a ‘Brown Envelope?’

You probably see brown envelopes laying around the workplace regularly, but one of those envelopes is not like the others.  One of those envelopes is there to help workers recover more quickly from injuries, enhance communication about workplace injuries, and protect everyone involved.  Maybe you are doing something like this already, but by using a […]

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Does Your Organization Have a Fully Functioning Safety Management System?

Have you ever wondered if you have a fully functioning Safety Management System? Do you want to know if you have all the necessary policies and procedures to remain compliant with legislation? Do you not only want to stay compliant with legislation but also be provided with industry best practices to take your Safety Management […]

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Announcing Our Latest Health & Safety Leadership Certificate Recipients…

Today we would like to recognize Canalta Food Services and their commitment to improving workplace health and safety. It is with great pleasure to announce that their Victoria Avenue A&W location in Regina has achieved its Level 1 Health & Safety Leadership Certification (HSLC) in our Hospitality Stream. In 2021, during a global pandemic, this […]

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Youth Safety Education Day 2022 – Be A Safety Leader!

Join us for Youth Safety Education Day Week, from Sept 6th – 10th! Did you know? Young and new workers are the most at risk for injury on the job. Each year in Saskatchewan, approximately 3,200 youth under the age of 25 are injured on the job, and an average of two die from a […]

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