Celebrating 50 years, Safety Services New Brunswick is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that is committed to health and safety education, training, consultation and advocacy where we work, live, and play.
50th Anniversary News
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June 8, 2017
June 8, 2017
Safety Services New Brunswick 50th Anniversary Celebration.
I am both proud and excited to acknowledge Safety Services New Brunswick’s (SSNB) 50 years of service and invite everyone to join us to celebrate the many milestones and successes that we have achieved. Safety Services New Brunswick has evolved in so many impactful ways since its founding in 1967 as the New Brunswick Safety Council Inc.; however, one thing has remained the same, “SAFETY.” For 50 years, SSNB has been relentlessly committed to the health and safety of New Brunswickers and the communities in which we all work, live and play through education, training, consultation and advocacy. SSNB will continue to strive to make our communities safer, every day.
Please join us on Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at 6pm at the Fredericton Trade and Convention Centre, as we celebrate the history of Safety Services New Brunswick and give thanks to the dedicated staff, safety instructors, new and long-term members and supporters for their contribution to safety over the last 50 years. I personally invite you to follow us @SafetyNB and safetyservicesnb.ca/50anniversary.php, as we commemorate the past, present and future of Safety Services New Brunswick and to join us in our celebration.
Yours in safety,
Bill Walker, President & CEO
June 8 & 9, 2017
June 8 & 9, 2017
October 1 – 31, 2016
Canada's Healthy Workplace Month
In conjunction with Safety Services New Brunswick’s 50th Anniversary, we are launching a Healthy Workplace Month campaign - #50for50.
50 healthy workplace initiatives for our 50 year anniversary
From October 1st-31st, 2016, we are challenging workplaces to complete healthy initiatives at their work, and post them on Twitter or Facebook. Winner receives a $100 Pita Pit gift card.
This campaign is now over. Thank you to everyone who shared their #50for50.
The winner is Mike Laskey!
December 1 – 7, 2016
National Safe Driving Week
Since the 1954 Canada Safety Council’s National Safe Driving Week has brought awareness to safe driving issues –impaired driving, distracted driving, winter driving habits, winterizing your vehicle and more.
During this week Jim Arsenault, Director of OSH & Traffic Safety with Safety Services New Brunswick, will be answering your safety driving questions. Questions can be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), posting or private messaging through facebook/twitter (@safetynb), or by calling us at 1-877-762-7233 (toll-free). Questions will be answered within 24 hours, and will remain anonymous.