Join Strive for NAOSH Week!
Strive is proud to be participating in NAOSH (North American Occupational Safety and Health Association) Week again this year! Join our NAOSH Open House on Monday, May 7th, we’ll be promoting awareness of Health and Safety in the workplace.
The open house will showcase ways in which Strive (and other organizations) can make safety a habit. This event will feature:
- Interactive displays for kitchen safety
- Interactive ergonomic safety at a desk
- Build a First Aid kit discovery station
- Full display of what is in an Earthquake Kit
Date: Monday, May 7, 2018
Location: #500-4370 Dominion Street, Burnaby BC V5G 4L7, Tonnar Brace Room
Time: 10 am to 2 pm
This event is open to anyone from Strive and the general public as well. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Kyla Tinham, HR Coordinator, Health & Safety: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Join Strive at its Annual Acquired Brain Injury Awareness BBQ
Join us on Wednesday, June 13th for our annual ABI Awareness BBQ! This fun, inclusive, and free event takes place in New Westminster from 12 pm to 3 pm in Queen’s Park. This is a community celebration that includes food, music, games, and special guest speakers.
We aspire to bring together community members in the Lower Mainland affected by acquired brain injury for a diverse social gathering and celebration. This event also increases public awareness of ABI by offering interactive information, speakers, and the opportunity to meet people living with acquired brain injuries.
Food options include hot dogs, veggie dogs, fruit, and veggies. Games include bocce, badminton, and a bean bag toss. We’ll also have a live DJ, dancing, and swag! Our Brain Health Stations will teach you how the activities you do in your daily life can improve your brain’s health.
This event is open to the public! We specifically encourage survivors of brain injuries, their families, friends, caregivers, support staff, and professionals working within the ABI community to attend. Come enjoy a beautiful day in the park and help raise awareness for Acquired Brain Injury.