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Upcoming Occupational Health and Safety Committee Training

3-Part OH&S Committee Training! Every organization, big or small, requires occupational health & safety representation between the employer and employees. This occurs through a formal Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Committee for workplaces with ten or more employees. Training is a legal requirement. The law says Committee co-chairs in Saskatchewan must be trained on the […]

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Occupational Health and Safety Committees & Top Contraventions

Service Hospitality is dedicated to building our members’ capacity to prevent workplace injuries by NOTICING hazards in their workplaces and following applicable health and safety legislation. This safeguards them from legal repercussions and fosters a culture of safety. Below are 3 out of 10  contraventions in 2023 from Saskatchewan Community Service and Hospitality Industries. Our […]

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Safety & Health Week May 6-11th, 2024

Safety and Health Week is a national campaign that occurs annually during the first week of May and aims to focus the attention of employers, employees, partners, and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. The goal is to improve attitudes towards safety, […]

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Virtual Health & Safety Training – See What’s Coming Up

Whether you have one or two employees who need safety training or you are interested in building your health and safety knowledge, Service Hospitality offers training on everything you need. As leaders in your organization, you are responsible AND liable for ensuring your workers’ health, safety and welfare. *Certificates to be provided upon completion  Your […]

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Youth Safety Education Day 2024

Partner for YSED2024 Today! 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 workplace incident. (Source: WCB 2021 Annual Report – Page […]

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