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Soaring To New Safety Heights – The Sky Is The Limit, Or Is It?

Approximately one year ago today, the Provincial Emergency Communication Centre – CanOps started a journey to improve its safety culture. Improving physical and psychological health and safety are integral to achieving a change in culture within the organization. Flash forward to ONE YEAR LATER…. PECC has achieved Health & Safety Leadership Certification Level 1. But […]

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Mental Health Capacity Builders, Coming Soon to a Saskatchewan School Near You!

In early May, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the success of the Mental Health Capacity Building initiative. This initiative began as a pilot project to benefit the mental health of Saskatchewan students. The pilot took place in five high schools across the province to serve as a mental health resource hub for students. This initiative […]

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Identifying an Overdose & Administrating Naloxone – Are you Prepared?

Within the Service and Hospitality industry, it is no surprise that these organizations will see a high number of diverse clientele daily, especially when looking at the hotel and restaurant industry members. With the constant flow of customers coming and going, your workers may be exposed to different emergency situations. As the opioid crisis continues […]

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An Organization Reaching New Safety Heights with HSLC!

It is with great pleasure to welcome Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. to our HSLC family! Saskatoon Student Child Care Services Inc. is a non-profit, registered charity that was incorporated in 1982. This program offers a variety of supports and programming specifically for young parents which assists them as parents and as high school […]

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ANNOUNCING our 2022 SK Polytechnic Hotel & Restaurant Management Program Scholarship Recipient!

It has always been said that safety starts at the top. This is why Service Hospitality supports the training and development of well-trained hospitality industry professionals who are preparing to not only run Saskatchewan hotels and restaurants successfully but safely, as well.  We are honored to support this endeavour this year and to provide 1 […]

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