OSHA's Safe + Sound Week 2018 to be Held Aug. 13 to 19

Tue December 26, 2017 - National Edition
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OSHA invites you to show your commitment by sharing the save the date graphic on social media using #safeandsound2018.
OSHA invites you to show your commitment by sharing the save the date graphic on social media using #safeandsound2018.

OSHA is pleased to announce the date for the 2018 Safe + Sound Week, Aug. 13-19.

The second annual Safe + Sound Week is a nationwide effort to raise awareness of the value of workplace safety and health programs. These programs can help employers and workers identify and manage workplace hazards before they cause injury or illness, improving a company's financial bottom line.

Throughout this week, organizations are encouraged to host events and activities that showcase the core elements of an effective safety and health program, including: management leadership, worker participation and finding and fixing workplace hazards.

Visit the Safe + Sound Week webpage for more information and stay tuned for additional updates, resources and webinars to help prepare you for Safe + Sound Week!

OSHA invites you to show your commitment by sharing the save the date graphic on social media using #safeandsound2018.

If you belong to a membership organization, nonprofit organization or educational institution, there is an opportunity to partner with OSHA on the campaign. Individual businesses can also become campaign supporters. Neither partnering nor supporting the campaign has a financial obligation. Contact safeandsoundcampaign@dol.gov to become a partner or business supporter.




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