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Congratulations to Our Latest HSLC Recipients!

Earlier this year, Canalta Food Services achieved their HSLC Level 1 for 15 of the A&W locations. We are pleased to announce that three additional A&W areas have completed their HSLC Level 1! This total of 18 HSLC Level 1 certification was achieved at one organization in one year during a global pandemic. Talk about […]

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Health & Safety Pays – And We Have The Proof!

A healthy and safe business makes good sense and good cents. We often hear about reduced costs, both financial and human, for organizations who have strong Safety Management Systems. But where is the proof for such a bold statement? Well, Service Hospitality crunched the numbers for you. In Saskatchewan, there are approximately 4100 employers within […]

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What If We Had Done Nothing To Reduce Youth Workplace Injuries?

What if we had done nothing?  That question sometimes enters our minds at Service Hospitality as we continue to enhance and expand our youth initiative.  Prior to the launch of Youth Safety Education Day in 2012, there was an average of 795 youth workplace injuries in the service and hospitality industries each year (2008 – […]

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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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Results are in! Refresher Training is a Good Idea

Over the past 6 months, COVID-19 has taken over as the #1 health and safety topic in the workplace. Training has been provided on sanitizing, social distancing and mask-wearing – but what about training on hazards that existed before COVID-19? Frequent refresher training is an important tool that helps workers commit important safety knowledge and best […]

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