NAOSH Week: May 6 to 10

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NAOSH week is an annual, weeklong event in support of bringing greater awareness and education to illness and injury prevention in the workplace.

Join us at the following events from May 6 to 10.

Only together can we create a safe and healthy workplace. 

Monday, May 6: NAOSH Week Kick-off

Colouring Contest (for kids only)

  • Deadline for entry Friday, May 10 at 9 a.m.

Print this colouring sheet for your kids to colour any way they like. Imagination is encouraged! Drop it off with Debbie Dennis in Arbutus 106 or at the JOHSC table at Campus Coffee. Remember to add your child’s name, age and your contact information.

Emergency Assembly Point Scavenger Hunt (for staff and faculty)

  • Deadline for entry Friday, May 10 at 9 a.m.
  • Participate to earn entries for our NAOSH week’s grand prize

Find as many emergency assembly points as you can on campus and take a photo of each. For every assembly point you submit, you earn an entry. Bonus entries for a photo of one of the new 8 AEDs installed around campus and for creativity! Send all photos in one email with the locations to Jacki Vanoostrum.

Tuesday, May 7: ICBC’s Drive Smart Refresher Test

Take an ICBC Drive Smart Refresher Test and you'll receive an entry ballot for our NAOSH week’s grand prize and pick up some free swag from our partner’s at ICBC. This event is also open to students. And not to worry, the results of your test are anonymous!

“You may be surprised at what you’ve forgotten, like what some everyday road signs mean or the rules for passing, or even what to do at a four-way stop. Maybe you’re not sure how much room you’re supposed to give a cyclist, or when you have to yield to a school bus. Here’s your chance to put your knowledge to the test – and maybe you’ll learn a thing or two.” — ICBC

Wednesday, May 8: Lunch & Learn - Avoiding Musculoskeletal Injuries

This interactive workshop facilitated by CBI is designed to heighten awareness of the common biomechanical and ergonomic hazards associated with manual material handling around the home and in the yard. Participants will learn the necessary skills to work safely and reduce their risk of musculoskeletal sprains and strains most specifically related to overuse and overexertion type injuries.

See the poster for more info.

Thursday, May 9: Campus Coffee & Safety Jeopardy

The JOHSC is delighted to host Campus Coffee. Join us to learn more about our Occupational Health and Safety Program, meet your representatives and cheer on your brave colleagues who will compete to be Safety Jeopardy champions.

Friday, May 10: Spot the Hazard Contest

We'll wrap up the week with a Spot the Hazard Contest in Crossroads May 10. Keep an eye out!