The City of Manassas is recognizing the NSC National Safety Month this June. National Safety Month is recognized nationwide and has a focus on reducing preventable injuries and fatalities at work, on the road, and in our own homes. Our work in the City is vital as we perform so many municipality activities and services to the residents and travelers of the City of Manassas. We celebrate this month with various safety incentive based activities that are designed to promote our actively caring environment where all City employees look out for the safety and welfare of each other with courage and compassion to help achieve a safe and healthy workplace.

Each week we have a safety activity or event that all City staff are encouraged to participate in, so please join us in the following:

June 4th  The Safety Trivia question will be posted to https://manassasworks.com/safety-first/ on June 4th through June 6th and two winners will be randomly selected by an online selection generator to win two Yeti Tumbler Cups!
June 6th Many of our staff participated in the Why I Stay Safe Initiative by submitting a reason or picture of important reasons explaining why they stay safe every day. View their reasons on any CoM TV around the City and our City website. Two winners will be randomly selected by an online selection generator to win Amazon Echo Dots!
June 12th Swirlie’s Soft-Serve Ice Cream Truck will be visiting City Hall at 12:30 P.M. and our Public Works Department at 1:45 PM. Join your Risk Management Staff and have a free Safety Cone! Also a Safety Booth will be set up and if sign our pledge to participate in our actively caring environment you will receive a raffle ticket and two Amazon Fire Kindles will be raffled off!
June 18th-21st Take any online Safety or Health Course at our VML Online University and send your certificate to Vinny and two winners will be randomly selected by an online selection generator to win two Yeti Tumbler Cups!
June 26th Stop by the Public Works large conference room anytime between 6:45 am and 7:45 am for coffee and donuts and for an open door session to learn about Fall Hazards which are the most common and serious hazard in construction-like work activities and account for almost 40% of occupational deaths in the workplace. This will be an open door session that includes a PowerPoint that will constantly be screening and we ask you to view its contents which is approximately five minutes in length.

Help us celebrate this month and continue looking out for one another by demonstrating safe workplace behaviors because everyone is entitled and deserves to go home safe every day!