Below are the committees that are currently meeting at the Lansing Area Safety Council. If you would like to volunteer to help on a committee, please contact Rita LaMoreaux at email@example.com or 517-974-5523. All that is needed is a passion to help others.
See a committee you want to join, email call or sign up online at this link HERE.
Safe Relationships Committee, meetings the 2nd Friday of each moth at 11:00am
The Safe Relationships committee brings together those who are working toward safe relationships in the realm of sexual health and safety. Initiatives of the committee includes helping to create a resource hub for those looking for safe organizations to contact for help.
Safety Patrol Picnic, meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 4:00pm
The Safety Patrol Picnic committee help to plan and to put on the annual Safety Patrol Picnic that has been help since 1929 to thank our local student safety patrols.
Workforce Education, meets the last Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm
The Workforce Education Committee helps to develop programs and find instructors for the safety council to bring safety trainings to our workplaces in greater Lansing. This includes OSHA programs.
Safety Officer Roundtable, meets the first Wednesday of each month at 11:00am
The Safety Officer Roundtable is for corporate safety managers and officers to have a place where those in the same field of work can come together to bounce ideas off each other and to learn from one another.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Safety Committee
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Safety Committee is to help the safety council ensure we are providing programming that includes everyone and does not discriminate in how we train and educate our community. It also helps to gather resources to provide on our website for education.
The Community Safety Committee helps guide the Safety Council’s programming and resources so we can find ways to do outreach and education of safety programs, awareness campaigns. Supports the community of Lansing, Michigan, and the surround areas with preventive education for adults, children, and families. Programs include prevention and awareness programs, safety programs for local organizations and data collection.
The School Safety Committee helps schools on safety awareness and support our crossing guards and student safety patrols. Programs are any program that we can offer our local schools such as cyber safety and mental health awareness.
Mental Health Safety
The Mental Health Safety Committee helps to develop programs that have a focus on how the mental health of individuals is vital to the safety of themselves and those around them.
The Event Committee helps to plan our large events such as the Family Safety Day, Safety Awards Gala, Holiday Open House and any other community and fundraising events the Safety Council puts on.
Let us know if you have ideas for other programing and directions the Safety Council should take to keep our community safe.