RSK Safety Fortnight 2021 is coming to a close today, wrapping up two weeks of discussions on the theme “Avoiding work-related ill health”. Every employee across the RSK group has been asked to take part in a safety day during the last two weeks, participating in presentations, discussions and exercises on two topics related to this year’s theme.
As this year’s event concludes, we want to ensure we make safety personal – after all, when you go to work, your family and friends want you to come home safely again. Ahead of this year’s events, we launched a new Safety Fortnight poster competition for the children and relatives of RSK employees, their friends and the wider community, and there is still time to enter!
If your little ones could tell you one thing about staying safe and healthy or protecting the environment while you are at work, what would it be? Ask them to create a poster for RSK that illustrates that message and they could win a prize for placing first, second or third in one of three age group categories. The winning posters could also be displayed on RSK sites and offices across the world to promote health, safety and environmental awareness.
Maybe they could choose a theme based on aspects of our work you already know about, such as driving, construction or working at height? Or perhaps you could visit our website to help them get more ideas about what we do at RSK?
Posters can either be hand-drawn or computer-generated images and should be A4 in size. The competition is open to all young people aged 5–16 years, including children and relatives of RSK employees, their friends and the wider community.
The submission deadline of 31 January 2022 is fast approaching! Get creative and share what staying safe and healthy means to you.
Entries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 January 2022. Please remember to include your name, address, age and a contact telephone number on the back of your entry. Good luck!