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  • NAOSH Week: It’s Official

    Fri, May 4th, 2012 by in NEWS
    NAOSH Week: It’s Official

    May 6 to 12 is North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week in Manitoba. Anita Zubricki, our Director of Marketing and co-chair of the Manitoba 2012 NAOSH Week Planning Committee, attended the signing of the NAOSH Week Proclamation, officially declaring May 6-12 to be NAOSH Week in Manitoba. Left to right: Jeff Bencharski, Co-Chair …

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  • Motorcycle Season Starts With Safety

    Mon, Apr 23rd, 2012 by in NEWS
    Motorcycle Season Starts With Safety

    Safety Services Manitoba’s motorcycle training course hones defensive driving skills for new and experienced riders to help them stay safe on the road. Winnipeg – Eighty-four down, 2,000 to go. Safety Services Manitoba wrapped up its first week of motorcycle training on Sunday, with students completing the final skills test to receive their full motorcycle …

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  • Making It Work – NAOSH Week 2012

    Tue, Apr 10th, 2012 by in NEWS

    NAOSH Week kicks off May 6 – what are you doing to show your commitment to safety and health? At SSM, we are excited about this year’s theme for NAOSH Week – making it work. At the heart of everything we do is our commitment to help businesses in Manitoba make safety work for them – …

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  • Lay the Cornerstone for an Injury-Free Workplace with a Customized Safety Management System

    Tue, Mar 27th, 2012 by in NEWS
    Lay the Cornerstone for an Injury-Free Workplace with a Customized Safety Management System

    Safety and health have a direct impact on efficiency, productivity and costs. SSM’s customized safety management system will help you manage risk, set goals and measure performance in health and safety in your workplace. An effective safety management system is the cornerstone of an injury-free workplace – the first step to bringing health and safety …

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  • Safety Services Manitoba and Manitoba Pork Council Plan Farm Safety

    Tue, Mar 13th, 2012 by in NEWS

    Winnipeg, Manitoba – Fewer than one in 10 Canadian agricultural producers has a written safety plan, but that’s about to change for Manitoba hog farmers. Just in time for Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, which kicked off March 11, Safety Services Manitoba (SSM) and Manitoba Pork Council (MPC) have joined forces to develop customized loss prevention …

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  • A New Crop of Executive Training Courses

    Tue, Mar 6th, 2012 by in NEWS
    A New Crop of Executive Training Courses

    We have a bumper crop of Executive Training courses coming this spring! Hydraulic Safety Awareness Exposure Level April 23 $250 Hydraulics are commonly used – and often overlooked as a hazard – in many workplaces. Learn about the hazards and misconceptions of hydraulics, their effect on environmental health, and how to manage the risk. Download …

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  • Back to Bio-Basics

    Mon, Mar 5th, 2012 by in NEWS
    Back to Bio-Basics

    The words “biological hazard” make most of think of hospitals and laboratories – not our own workplaces. In fact, every workplace presents the risk of biological exposure. Mould, yeast or bacteria live in many materials and thrive in a wide range of environments. Common sources of biological exposure are needle sticks, animal bites and air-borne …

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  • Secure Your Spot in Fall Protection Train the Trainer

    Fri, Feb 10th, 2012 by in NEWS
    Secure Your Spot in Fall Protection Train the Trainer

    SSM’s 3 day Fall Protection Train the Trainer course delivers effective training techniques for fall protection. Fall protection is an essential element of workplace safety for any organization where employees perform work at heights. And fall protection legislation covers more than heights – it’s also required when there is a risk of a worker falling: …

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  • Feeling SAD? You Can Beat the Winter Blues

    Wed, Feb 8th, 2012 by in NEWS
    Feeling SAD? You Can Beat the Winter Blues

    When the alarm went off this morning, Sarah rolled over and hit the snooze button. Everything seems like extra work these days, as she drives to her professional job and back home in the dark. She doesn’t have the energy to go out in the evening, instead staying home on the couch, watching tv. She …

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  • Executive Training Update – February- April 2012

    Fri, Jan 6th, 2012 by in NEWS
    Executive Training Update – February- April 2012

    Get your training year off on the right foot with hazard-specific and train the trainer courses. SSM’s Executive Training Series offers high-level training to OHS specialists, safety officers, managers, supervisors and trainers. This series offers topics, skills and discussion that take your understanding and practice of safety management to the next level. Executive Training Series …

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