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  • Towing Safely

    Mon, May 13th, 2019 by in NEWS
    Towing Safely

    Tips for towing your trailer this summer  One of the many great things about summer is taking off on a family road trip or heading to the cabin for some much-needed R&R – often with trailers, boats, campers or RV’s in tow. Before you get behind the wheel, here are a few safety tips for …

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  • Rev Your Engine for Safety 

    Mon, Apr 29th, 2019 by in NEWS
    Rev Your Engine for Safety 

    Motorcycle and scooter safety tips for new and experienced riders. With spring finally upon us, it’s time to dust off your bike and hit the open road. Before you do, whether you’re a seasoned rider or just starting out, it’s always a good idea brush up on your safety skills. Here are a few tips …

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  • National Day of Mourning

    Tue, Apr 23rd, 2019 by in NEWS
    National Day of Mourning

    Honouring those who have suffered a workplace tragedy Each year on April 28, the Canadian flag flies half-mast across the country for the National Day of Mourning.  The day not only remembers those who have suffered from work-related tragedy, but it is also a time to collectively renew our commitment to improve health and eliminate …

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  • Words of Wisdom from a Mature Driver

    Wed, Apr 3rd, 2019 by in NEWS

    “At some point in life — whether years from now or much sooner — you might look in the mirror and honestly ask yourself, ‘Is it still safe for me to be operating a vehicle?’” Mature drivers were recently at the forefront of a CBC article about the challenges they face on the road. The article cites MPI’s Traffic Collision Statistic …

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  • SSM Closed on Friday, April 5

    Tue, Apr 2nd, 2019 by in NEWS

    On Friday, April 5, our offices will be closed as we move to the newly expanded area of our facility! During this time, our offices, phone lines, email and course registration services (both online and in-person) will be unavailable. If you have any questions about registration, please feel free to send us an email at …

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  • Don’t Be Safety Blind This Spring

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    Don’t Be Safety Blind This Spring

    Warmer roads aren’t always safer roads when it comes to spring driving. Winter may have come to an end in Manitoba, but don’t let the warmer weather fool you (or your driving). There are still many hazards to look out for on the road, so stay safe this spring by slowing down, being aware of …

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  • A Safe Farm Equals a Strong Farm

    Wed, Mar 20th, 2019 by in NEWS
    A Safe Farm Equals a Strong Farm

    Canadian Agriculture Week raises awareness about the importance of farming safety.  Farming is a way of life for many Manitobans, but it is also one of the most dangerous occupations if you don’t have the proper training. When your home doubles as your workplace, safety must be a top priority. Although industrial agricultural equipment has …

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  • Brake for Safety

    Tue, Mar 5th, 2019 by in NEWS
    Brake for Safety

    Slow & Steady on Slippery Roads When the spring thaw finally hits Manitoba after a long and cold winter, the roads are slick, slippery and downright dangerous for motorists. A mixture of wet conditions from melting ice and poor visibility calls for extra precaution when driving on slippery roads. Slowing down and knowing how to …

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  • The Weather Outside is Frightful…

    Wed, Feb 6th, 2019 by in NEWS
    The Weather Outside is Frightful…

    But highway driving doesn’t need to be. Winter presents many challenges for motorists, but those challenges can be amplified if your commute involves highway driving. Take a look at the tips below to ensure you’re up to speed on best practices when hitting the road during our winter months. Be Mindful of Conditions Make sure …

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  • A Tidy Workspace is a Safe Workspace

    Tue, Jan 29th, 2019 by in NEWS
    A Tidy Workspace is a Safe Workspace

    In Canada alone, roughly 42,000 people a year are hurt from fall accidents at work. Good housekeeping can be the difference between a slip, trip or a fall. Slips – Uneven surfaces and inclement weather mean that our winter months often create conditions ideal for slipping hazards; take smaller steps and make wider turns around corners …

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