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Benefits of the Safety in Schools Teacher’s Dashboard

In partnership with Safety in Schools, a non-profit organization from Alberta, we offer FREE online safety courses for high school students! There are many courses offered to Saskatchewan teachers and students, all developed based on Saskatchewan legislation and Saskatchewan high school curriculum. The courses range from 30 minutes to 3 hours in length. Teachers can […]

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Psychological Health and Safety for Hospitality

Think of five people you know, are you picturing them? Is it family, is it friends, is it a co-worker? Now think about how one of those five people is living with a mental health problem or illness. Each year one and five Canadians experience a mental illness or addiction problem and by the time […]

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Mental Health Matters – Fight the Stigma

Combating stigma related to mental illness starts with how we use language – something that continuously evolves. In our organizations, we must be aware of any outdated language being used. Everyone can be a champion against stigma when practicing the use of appropriate and respectful language. So, as you communicate with others, be mindful that […]

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Join Us Apr 22nd For Claims Management Virtual Training

The first of its kind in Canada to be integrated into a certified safety program! WHEN! Thurs, Apr 22nd, 2021 9 AM – 4 PM (CST) WHERE! This training will take place virtually, via our virtual training platform, Demio. There is no need to download any additional software, you will be able to participate using […]

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COVID-19 Return To Work Guide for Hospitality & Service Industries

As we look towards life after the worst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has passed, business recovery will be paramount. Service Hospitality has put together a Guide for Hospitality & Service Industry employers to assist them and their employees in returning to work safely. The guide has been developed to give employers a series of […]

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