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Safe and Sound Week 2018

08/10/2018 - Posted in Safety and OSHA byronlee Comments (0)

Have a Safe + Sound Summer!

As summer heats up, so are preparations for Safe + Sound Week, August 13-19. How will your organization participate? The Safe + Sound Campaign is offering new resources for bringing managers and workers together to create a strong safety and health program and participate in Safe + Sound Week, no matter how much time your schedule allows. You can:

Register your event to show your commitment to safety.

Do a Making Safety Personal activity at your next meeting or during Safe + Sound Week to get everyone in your workplace talking about their own personal connections to safety.

Check out Safe + Sound Week for Any Schedule to get ideas on what your organization can do with just an hour, half a day, or a whole day to kick off or enhance a safety and health program.

Use your safety meetings to spark change in your organization.

Tune into a free, on-demand webinar all month long from the American Society of Safety Professionals to learn the five steps of a GREAT safety meeting. After viewing the webinar, you will be able to describe, implement, and customize the five-step process for your workplace.

Watch the webinar here!

For more OSH learning from ASSP, please visit www.assp.org/education.

Engage native Spanish speakers in Safe + Sound Week with newly translated materials:

Click to download an informational flyer, a general event flyer, and an event flyer for workers.

 

About the Safe + Sound Campaign

The Safe + Sound Campaign is organized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, American Industrial Hygiene Association, American Society of Safety Professionals, The Center for Construction Research and Training, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, National Safety Council, and Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association. For more information and additional resources to help you establish or improve your safety and health program, visit the Safe + Sound Campaign website.