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Re: An HSFB Charity Event?

Post by jonsi » Thu May 24, 2012 9:15 am

safetygal wrote:Jonsi - love the SafeTEA idea - really love it!

what about sponsorship from a Health and Safety organisation? <snip>...
the DM bit was with tongue firmly planted btw.

given that a box of 80 tea bags cost less than £2 and with Milk and sugar the total cost is going to be less then £10 then nobody is going to break the bank in paying for supplies.

If this is going to be done in the workplace I should imagine that the Boss would be quite happy to stump up the cost of the supplies for a SafeTEA Awareness thing. Maybe also ask the local HSE Office or IOSH for some posters etc. to back it all up??

Fundraising comes into it by getting the workers to chip in for their tea! It wouldn't take long ...the time it takes for a SafeTEA break - so no-one is looking to drag people away from their work for long periods of time - but it could continue for the breaks throughout the day ...or even the week!
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Re: An HSFB Charity Event?

Post by Jack Kane » Thu May 24, 2012 10:19 pm

Just getting used to Google+ pages, but it looks quite a good way of communication for this project. People can be added to 'circles' where a chat group can be used for instant chats.

I have no more info than that, just getting used to it myself.

It's another option to help maybe.
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Re: An HSFB Charity Event?

Post by Keith1983 » Fri May 25, 2012 8:23 am

On the communication front Jack, the Facebok page will be up and running over the weekend and I will invite those who's facebook info I have. I will also post a link tot he page on here. Don't forget people that we need as many as possible invilved in whatever we end up doing so if you know some H&S bods or just bods that would like to take part join up on here!
So when the whole world is safe..............what are we going to do then?

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Re: An HSFB Charity Event?

Post by Keith1983 » Mon May 28, 2012 9:05 pm

Her eis the link to the Facebook group people! Don't be shy now! http://www.facebook.com/groups/436397363052114/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
So when the whole world is safe..............what are we going to do then?

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