The Energy Career Literacy Program continues to garner excitement and support as SWIFT Learning and the SiS Foundation secure more funding. With ongoing support from the Alberta Enterprise Group, Modern Miracle Network was the first to step up to fund this project, The Stream-Flo Group of Companies have followed suit and announced their proud support of this crucial education initiative, providing detailed and factual information about the energy industry delivered free to high school students in the province of Alberta, and beyond.
November 28th, 2022 – Calgary, AB – The Calgary Fire Department (CFD) and the Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada (SiS) are pleased to announce a new partnership to develop a Fire Prevention and Safety app and online program for teens and young adults which will be delivered to high schools and post secondary institutions in Calgary and the surrounding area first quarter of 2023.
Calgary, Alberta, – November 21st, 2022 – The SiS (Safety in Schools) Foundation of Canada is honored to welcome Larry Masotti to the SiS Board of Directors. A Canadian Registered Safety Professional, with a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, bachelor’s degrees in both Adult Education and the Arts, Larry also has over 25 years of health and safety experience.
What are the core concepts of mental health? That’s exactly what a study (Manwell LA, 2015) was commissioned to answer but concluded with no consensus and more research required. What there is a consensus on, is that the copious studies and poll results are all “depressing,” especially when it comes to youth mental health.
To read the full article: https://www.thesafetymag.com/ca/topics/technology/how-one-app-is-tackling-youth-mental-health-and-workplace-hazards-to-reduce-accidents/411523
SAHARA (Safety and Health Awareness Risk Assessment) was developed to mitigate hazards, psychological health, and well-being in the workplace. To read the full article: https://www.thesafetymag.com/ca/topics/leadership-and-culture/how-company-is-empowering-young-workers-to-stay-safe/405748