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Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review Report with Recommendations

In late 2021, Service Hospitality reached out to many of our largest member organizations, encouraging them to submit feedback to the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review on some key issues affecting them from the Workers’ Compensation Act. Following that review, the committee released a full report with 34 recommendations for improving the workers’ compensation system. […]

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Our 2019 Safety Centered Leadership Award Goes To…

Michael Lavis from Creative Options Regina! “Thank you Service Hospitality! I am humbled by this recognition. People are at the heart of our organization — our approach to safety is holistic ensuring everyone feels safe and valued:  employees, people supported, families, partners, volunteers and stakeholders — everyone! Our success has and continues to be, the […]

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Office Ergonomics Made Easy

Employers are required by law to take every reasonable precaution to protect workers from hazards – but who would have guessed sitting at your office desk could be considered a hazard? In Canada, musculoskeletal disorders (or MSDs) are the most frequent type of time-loss injury and the single largest source of time-loss costs in Canada. […]

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COVID-19 Guide for Hospitality

With the global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s important for employers to be prepared to respond. Service Hospitality has created the Covid-19 Guide for Hospitality to help assist you, our members, with these preparations during this unprecedented time. Do you have a formal plan in place in the case of an outbreak at […]

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Tackling Workplace Mental Health: How your OH&S Committee can help

Autumn is a transition season, and with the days growing shorter, the leaves falling off the trees, and a long winter approaching, many workplaces begin to see shifts in their employee’s behaviors. A normally upbeat manager becomes withdrawn and quiet. A star employee starts coming in late and forgetting about projects. Tempers flare and previously […]

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