School & Youth Events
In celebration of NAOSH Week, the WSCC invites your school to compete in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Creative Safety Challenge - Deadline Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
Share Your Story - Grades 7 - 12
Participate in the Creative Youth Challenge! Create a short video or share your story on Don't Be A Number!
Use the NAOSH 2013 theme 'Are You as Safe as You Think?' and create a short 1-2 minute video for us. Send a hard copy of your video to our Yellowknife office, or submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Don't Be A Number and click on the Share Your Story icon in the top navigation bar. Use the NAOSH 2013 theme 'Are You as Safe as You Think?' to tell us a true story about safety. Use your own experience or that of someone you know and help us spread the word about being safe!
Winners will be notified by email.
Colouring Contest - Grades K - 6
The concept of workplace safety can be difficult for students at this age to understand; therefore, we suggest presenting material linked to safety at home and in the classroom. We offer colouring templates that students colour while identifying the hazards in each picture. The colouring templates can be school or home activity. We determine winners in this grade category by random draw of all submissions received.
Download the colouring contests here:
· Fire House
· Safety House
· Restaurant House
· School House
Colouring Contest Rules:
· All entries must contain the submitting student’s name, age, school, home phone number, and mailing address.
· Students must submit entries for their grade level.
· If entries are too large to mail, photographs and a detailed description will suffice.
· Winners’ names, and possibly images and details of their entries, may appear on this page.
· We will notify winners by phone or mail.
· The WSCC and Safety Street partners are not responsible for lost entries.
· The WSCC will return entries to students or schools upon request.
One Life Logan Tournament
WSCC is hosting a One Life Logan tournament to celebrate NAOSH Week! Visit Don't Be A Number to play One Life Logan from May 5 -11, 2013 and play to win prizes!
One Life Logan, an online game and a tool of our young worker safety campaign, Don’t Be a Number, promotes workplace safety and worker rights and responsibilities to youth age 13-25. When playing One Life Logan, students must identify workplace hazards, navigate them, and use the appropriate personal protective equipment to remain safe.
If you want to host a One Life Logan tournament in your school during NAOSH Week, contact us at email@example.com.
Resources for Teachers and Parents
Go Safe Work Smart curriculum modules
Interactive PowerPoint Presentation
Teachers' Answer Version.