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Don’t Let Safety Slip Your Mind

The days are shorter, the air is cooler, and the ground we walk on can be unpredictable. Streets, sidewalks, and parking lots have the potential to be very slick and pose the greatest risk for injury during the winter months. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep you safe and injury-free while moving […]

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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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Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

It’s finally here…. Old man Winter has made his presence known here in Saskatchewan.  Along with cold temperatures, we have also had wind chills, making it feel even colder out there.  There are three main factors that modify our response to cold: air temperature, air movement (wind speed), and humidity.  For those who have to […]

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