Safety Reconnect (formerly known as Safety Stand Down Week)
What: Safety Reconnect is a designated time for CEO’s, executives and senior managers to talk about safety issues directly with frontline supervisors and workers.
When: Safety Reconnect can take place any time of year. It can take place once, for a day or a week, or on a monthly basis. You should choose a time frame that works best for your organization. The most important thing is that you make time for safety – no matter when that might be.
NAOSH – North America Occupational Health and Safety Week
What: The goal is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home and in the community. The success of NAOSH Week is rooted in a community–based approach. Across the country, NAOSH Week events and activities are coordinated by local, provincial and/or regional committees, comprised primarily of volunteers, who share a focus and vision of safer workplaces and communities.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
CCOHS promotes the total well-being – physical, psychosocial and mental health – of working Canadians by providing information, training, education, management systems and solutions that support health, safety and wellness programs. We offer a range of workplace health and safety services to help your organization raise awareness, assess risks, implement prevention programs, and improve health, safety and well-being.
Canadian Society of Safety Engineering
CSSE shapes the safety profession in Canada by working collaboratively with its members and partners. This is done by providing timely and relevant safety information and developing safety professionals. CSSE collaborates with industry, governmental agencies, and other safety organizations to promote a greater awareness of health, safety, and environmental issues across Canada.
Health and Safety Executive
HSE provides a new regulatory framework for work place health and safety in Great Britain. This has helped make Britain one of the safest places in the world to work, saving thousands of lives, preventing many more injuries at work and reducing the economic and social costs of health and safety failures.