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Keeping Your Employees Safe When It Comes to Pool Chemical Safety

Saskatchewan hotels make guests feel at home by offering a variety of amenities, often including a swimming pool. Did you know maintaining a swimming pool can be VERY dangerous for EMPLOYEES? What do we mean by VERY dangerous? Pool areas include many hazards that are often overlooked, particularly pool chemicals. Not only is the potential […]

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Safety in Schools Training – General Electrical Safety

SWIFT Learning and well-known, highly respected industry professionals developed this FREE two-hour Safety in Schools course on General Electrical Safety.  Course Description: Electricity is so widely used that it is easy to forget how dangerous it can be. Inadequate safety precautions while dealing with electricity may lead to a fatal electrical shock. Therefore, it is […]

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Working Alone in Community Services – Free Virtual Webinar Dec 15th

Assisted living, youth support, and other community service workers are frequently required to work alone or in isolation with people and in environments that are difficult to predict. Working in isolation can increase the risk of psychological and physical harm. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers have the training and resources needed to […]

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It’s the “Fall” Season, not the “Slip, Trip and Fall” Season

October is here and as we transition to the cold and snow that will soon be upon us, organizations need to prepare to make the transition to preventing fall and winter-related incidents. A safety culture that is strong will extend throughout all seasons of the year and not just the warmer months. The service & […]

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Now Available: Virtual Classroom Training!

Service Hospitality has always been dedicated to providing quality, engaging, and easily accessible safety training. These things haven’t changed – or have they? COVID-19 has changed the way people all over the world are learning. Six months ago, it may have been relatively easy to gather a group of workers for a full day of […]

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