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SAFE Work NL’s - Who Wants to Save a Life? travels to Churchill Falls
Tuesday, March 2, 2010


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 2, 2010  

St. John’s, NL Season Two of SAFE Work NL’s Who Wants to Save a Life? travels to Churchill Falls March 3 for a game at the community theatre at 8:30 am. Two teams from Eric G. Lambert school will play for the right to represent Labrador at a semi-final game in Stephenville on March 25.  

SAFE Work NL’s - Who Wants to Save a Life? is the fast-paced trivia game show developed by the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission to educate young people about workplace health and safety.  The show is being delivered to high school students throughout Newfoundland and Labrador in partnership with the Department of Education.  

Who Wants to Save a Life? is an engaging approach to teaching the importance of health and safety to the most vulnerable members of our province’s workforce,” said Leslie Galway, CEO of the Commission.  “Collectively, every partner and every participant can help save a life when they enhance their education and awareness of young worker safety.”   

Throughout the 2010 academic year, students will compete for more than $15,000 in scholarships and cash prizes for their schools.  

For more information on the show and a complete game schedule, visit: http://www.safeworknl.com/Game%20Show/home.htm

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Kathy Dicks-Peyton
Manager of Communications and Event Planning
Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission
Telephone: 709-778-1566 or 1-800-563-9000  

Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission
146-148 Forest Road •  St. John’s • NL  • A1A 3B8
Telephone (709) 778-1000 •1-800-563-9000
www.whscc.nl.ca 

For a printable version from the Commission’s website, please visit: http://www.whscc.nl.ca/news.whscc

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