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Campus Safety

NIH Mission First, Safety Always Award NIH Mission First, Safety Always Award
The NIH "Mission First, Safety Always" Award, presented by the Office of Research Services (ORS), Division of Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS), showcases NIH personnel who have demonstrated leadership, innovation and involvement in their organization’s safety culture and promoted safety in the workplace. Nominate a colleague today!
In Focus! Safe Workplaces For All Photo Contest "In Focus! Safe Workplaces For All" Photo Contest
The 2014 "In Focus! Safe Workplaces for All" photo contest challenges anyone with a passion for photography to capture an image of workplace safety and health and share it with the Office of Research Services (ORS), Division of Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS). The goal of the contest is to further efforts to reduce personal injuries and illnesses; educate and underscore the importance of safety; foster innovation to create shared solutions; and achieve community involvement by relying on your talent, imagination and creativity to raise awareness of workplace safety and health.
2014 NIH Safety, Health and Wellness Day 2014 NIH Safety, Health and Wellness Day
The third annual NIH Safety, Health and Wellness Day will be held Wednesday, August 27, 2014, at the Natcher Conference Center from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. A wide range of Free activities and exhibits will be presented including health screenings, nutrition demonstrations and tastings, physical fitness activities, NIH IC exhibits, heart saver CPR training and Elder and Adult dependent care information and resources. This event will also serve as the finale of the Feds Feeds Families summer food drive at NIH. Donation collection boxes will be set up throughout the event for one last pust to provide healthy food for our neighbors in DC, Maryland and Virginia.
NIH Pedestrian Safety PSA NIH Pedestrian Safety PSA
The Office of Human Resources (OHR), the Office of Intramural Research (OIR) and the Office of Research Services (ORS) partnered up to develop a public service announcement to promote pedestrian safety on NIH's Bethsda campus. This PSA gives several tips to pedestrians, cyclists and drivers to encourage campus safety.External Web Site Policy
Ergonomics MD 355 Underground Tunnel from NIH to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Pedestrians will no longer have to cross six lanes of traffic on MD 355/Rockville Pike to get to and from the Metro. Funding recently became available to build a shallow pedestrian tunnel as a safety precaution and to improve traffic conditions caused by BRAC. Construction is projected to begin late fall of 2014. External Web Site Policy

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