Tag Archives: WHMIS

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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Are Your Employees Returning to a Safe Workplace?

Throughout the province, and as the Saskatchewan Re-Open Plan evolves, organizations remain at varying levels of operations.  For some, their doors have never closed, they have adjusted, re-adjusted, and re-adjusted again to respond to the ever-changing requirements.  For others, their doors are still closed, and they eagerly await a re-open date from the province.  And […]

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Workplace Safety for Newcomers to Canada

Service Hospitality is excited to share their knowledge of workplace safety with the newcomers to Canada, who have chosen to settle in Saskatchewan.  This valuable information is helpful to newcomers as workplace safety laws and procedures can vary greatly from country to country. Service Hospitality safety advisors share their knowledge with the newcomers through a […]

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Safety in Schools Teacher Training at Campus Regina

On Monday, January 28th, Safety advisors, Danielle Bachart and Keri Rieger, attended Campus Regina’s Professional Development Day.  They facilitated a session for teachers to learn about Safety in Schools’ online courses and how to utilize them in their classrooms. With this training, teachers will now be able to enroll students in a variety of safety […]

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Regina Immigrant Women’s Centre: Workplace Safety – A Newcomers Guide

The Regina Immigrant Women’s Centre has hosted the SHSA numerous times to present Workplace Safety – A Newcomers Guide. This guide offers an introduction to workplace safety, for newcomers in Canada. The course content is taught through an easy to follow PowerPoint presentation, along with purposeful in-class activities to help further knowledge learned. Some of the […]

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