Safety Haiku Celebration

let blossoms inspire/health and safety words spring forth/your winning haiku

May 7-13 is National Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week, CCHSA is hosting its first ever SAFETY HAIKU celebration!   A Haiku is a 3-line poem with a set number of syllables in each line: 5/7/5.  For example:

 in traffic, honking

now who will give the finger?

should have used the guards

  

big skull and crossbones

bad for pests and you, so don

a respirator 

Writing a Haiku about safety is a great way to get us thinking creatively about safety and use the right side of our brains.  You can put yours in the comments.  🙂

 

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5 Responses to Safety Haiku Celebration

  1. Catherine says:

    Submitted by Safety Culture Guru Hasse:

    “Social Norms”

    smelting steel, tough job
    suggestions? better safety?
    newbie should relax

  2. Bridget says:

    Travelling by plane?
    Look around. Nearest exit
    May be behind you.

  3. Catherine says:

    AWESOME! does it have a title?

  4. Bratty Sister Nurse says:

    I love all these haiku submissions! They are wonderful. So awesome that you are promoting a culture of both physical and emotional/artistic safety.
    love,
    elizabeth

  5. Bridget says:

    Um… how about

    “Landing on the Hudson”

    ?

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