Tag Archives: Safety in Schools

Safety in Schools Training – Cold Stress Awareness

Understand the risks: Did you know? Cold stress can lead to hypothermia. Hypothermia is a gradual process because it happens slowly, workers may not realize they are in danger until it’s too late. Feeling cold is the most important warning sign to note. If workers feel cold, their bodies are likely losing heat faster than […]

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Safety in Schools Training – Ladder Safety

What type of ladder is right for the job? What factors do you need to consider when choosing the right ladder? How do you effectively use a ladder safely and properly? Course Description: Ladders are used in a wide variety of tasks both at the work site and at home. There are many different types […]

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Safety in Schools Training – Personal Protective Equipment

Think & Reflect: Why is it important to wear the correct Personal Protective Equipment for the job? Give an example to explain your reasoning. Course Description: Managers, supervisors, and workers are all responsible for selecting and using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Legislative requirements and standards provide the framework for manufacturing and selecting PPE for different […]

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Safety in Schools Informational Webinars

Thank you to those who attended our Safety in Schools Informational Webinar on January 31st, 2022! It was so great to virtually connect with new teachers across Saskatchewan about all things Safety in Schools. In partnership with Safety in Schools, we offer FREE, online safety courses for high school students. There are many courses offered […]

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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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