Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Students learn how to keep #yycsafe at Safety Expo

More than 3,800 students will take over our Municipal Building Atrium to learn how to be safe at home, school and play for the 13th annual Safety Expo.

Making learning fun


Every year, Safety Expo provides registered schools and students with the opportunity to participate in interactive displays and workshops designed to help them make responsible decisions around their own personal safety at home, school and play.

Thirty two exhibits are set up through the Municipal Building Atrium including workshops on anti-bullying, fire safety, internet safety and outdoor safety.

Power in partnerships

Safety Expo remains free for students and exhibitors in thanks to partnerships with community, not-for-profit and corporate organizations who provide both financial and in-kind contributions.

Hundreds of contributors will participate in the two-day event, including volunteers, exhibitors, and presenters.

Committed to public safety

Learn more about best practices in personal and public safety or visit the websites of our various Safety Expo partners, or follow #yycsafe on Twitter.

Submitted by Dustin Rogers, Calgary Community Standards

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