Safety and Health Week begins on May 5th – are you ready?

Looking for last-minute planning tips for Safety and Health Week? Here’s a crash course!

There are many things a company, big or small, can do to get involved in NAOSH week.  Here’s where you can start:

Establish an NAOSH Week planning committee – consider involving employees, workplace Occupational Health and Safety Committees, CSSE members, representatives from business, suppliers, government, city, municipalities, retailers and other safety organizations.

Develop an outline of events and activities that are being planned, in support of company/ business safety objectives. Promote these plans to senior-level leaders for their involvement and participation.

Plan for broad sector involvement, whenever possible, through a variety of events – public, corporate, private industry and community events.

Download Promotional Materials, checklists and sample documents.

More information and ideas can be found at NAOSH BC.

Most importantly, have fun, learn lots, and be safe!  And don’t worry if you don’t have a lot of time.  Taking one of SafetyDriven – TSCBC’s online course offerings is a great way to celebrate the week.  Every step, every effort, matters.