Thank you for participating in National Safety Month! We’re excited to share a month’s worth of free resources with you below. Our insights-based tools will help you create a culture of safety in which everyone – from leaders and safety professionals to each individual worker – plays their part, not just in June but all year long. Check back often for more resources.
Show Your Safety Pride! Choose a day or week to showcase your safety pride with our Go Green for Safety campaign. Encourage your team to dress up in green – the universal color of safety – and hold up our printable Go Green for Safety sign. Capture photos and videos to share in your communication and on social.
Week 1: June 1-11 - Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
MSD’s are a leading cause of workplace injury and cost billions each year in workers’ compensation and lost productivity. Gain the latest resources and practical tools to help your organization take action.
We all know the dangers of substance use on the job. But did you know mental distress, stress and fatigue are also impairing? Access resources to recognize the signs and address impairment, in all its forms.
Graphic: Continue the momentum by using this week’s graphic on your social media channels and in employee communications.
In 2020 alone, more than four million workplace injuries required medical attention in the U.S. Learn about approaches to preventing injuries and deaths, including identifying hazards and assessing risks.
Graphic:We’ve reached the halfway mark! If you haven’t already participated in a Go Green for Safety day or week, send out an email encouraging your workers to share their safety pride by wearing green and taking photos with our printable Go Green for Safety sign. Also, take time to share out this week’s graphic.
With falls the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death, this week we’ll focus on reducing slips, trips and falls, falls from heights and how technology can play a role in saving lives.
Graphic:Conclude the month with a final employee email or social post showcasing all of your organization’s NSM efforts. Also, include this week’s graphic.