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  • Don’t Be Safety Blind This Spring

    Tue, Apr 2nd, 2019 by in NEWS
    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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  • Congrats to Our 2018 Client Survey Winner!

    Wed, Jan 9th, 2019 by in NEWS

    At SSM, we value our clients’ feedback. That’s why we’re always looking for new ways to improve our services and better serve the needs of everyone who looks to SSM for health and safety. At the end of each year, we send out an annual Client Feedback Survey to help us guide our projects in …

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  • SSM and NWDC Continue to Enhance Safety Training Services in Northern Manitoba

    Wed, Dec 5th, 2018 by in NEWS
    SSM and NWDC Continue to Enhance Safety Training Services in Northern Manitoba

    This past summer, SSM forged a new partnership with the Northern Workforce Development Centre (NWDC) to bring enhanced occupational health and safety training to Northern Manitoba. After a successful launch and exceptional demand for courses like forklift and front-end loader training, SSM will continue to invest in Northern Manitoba’s occupational safety by offering additional courses …

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  • 12 Days of…Safety!

    Mon, Dec 3rd, 2018 by in NEWS
    12 Days of…Safety!

    Tips on making smart choices this holiday season  The holidays are a time for celebrating the end of a long year,  as well as indulging in some of our favourite foods (and drinks!). Take care of yourself this holiday season and the loved ones around you by making responsible choices with the tips below. Plan Your …

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  • Get a Grip on Safe Winter Driving

    Mon, Nov 19th, 2018 by in NEWS
    Get a Grip on Safe Winter Driving

    Even if you’re a seasoned motorist, winter driving poses a challenge to even the most experienced drivers. Review the tips below to ensure you’re prepared for everything that comes your way on the road this winter. Try and install your winter tires after the first snowfall of the year and remove them in the spring. …

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  • Best Practices for Safe Snow Shovelling

    Wed, Nov 7th, 2018 by in NEWS
    Best Practices for Safe Snow Shovelling

    With November upon us, we’re getting closer and closer to snow shovelling season. Take a look at the tips below to make sure you’re prepared for what’s in store! Ensure you’re warming up before starting your task (e.g., flexing and stretching). Wear the right clothes by dressing in warm but lightweight layers Spread rock salt …

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