2014 Corporate Challenge winners Alta-Fab from Edmonton
Steps for Life Corporate Challenge
Sure, plenty of companies SAY they’re all about safety. But how many of them are ready to stand up and PROVE it?!
Well, lots, as it turns out! By the end of last week, 55 teams were already registered for the Steps for Life Corporate Challenge, showing off their commitment for all to see. The Corporate Challenge is a friendly competition that gives employers and employees the chance to support families affected by workplace tragedy, make everyone more aware of health and safety, and demonstrate their leadership.
To get involved, companies form a team of three to ten people who are willing to walk in Steps for Life and do some fundraising. The team can register on line and get started right away. The top fundraising team in Canada will win a prize, along with the top team from each region.
You can monitor the competition on our Corporate Challenge leaderboard, updated each week. Will anyone beat the leading team from AltaFab? Edmonton teams hold the three top spots in the country: is it time for another city to show their colours? That’s the Corporate Challenge!
Corporate Challenge teams raise money by collecting pledges from co-workers, family and friends; and hosting events like barbecues, bake sales, dunk tanks and tournaments.
It’s not too late to join in. Just go to the Corporate Challenge page at stepsforlife.ca, and follow the step-by-step guide.
Corporate Challengers are our heroes! They help us keep our programs and services going. Every step they take shows their commitment to health and safety. Thank you!
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