Lifesavers is the largest gathering of highway safety professionals in the United States. In 2021, the Lifesavers Virtual Conference will provide a global platform with over 70 virtual workshops, plenary sessions, peer exchange discussion groups, and an extensive interactive exhibit hall. The Lifesavers Conference will virtually engage federal, state and local government; law enforcement; public health; injury prevention; advocacy and non-profit agency professionals in an exchange of ideas, strategies, and programs to reduce these preventable injuries and deaths.
Congratulations to Anthony Wayne Jr High School - Penta Career Center for being selected to participate in a traffic safety panel! They have invited Kay-Lynne Schaller, Allen Zhu and Violet Lowe to be on the panel to share more about their FACTS project. The event will be hosted virtually from April 26-28, 2021. Title: Youth Advocates for Safe Systems: Changing Cities and Changing Mindsets
Description: This session will feature youth who have led advocacy projects that support strategies for safer systems for bicycle and pedestrian safety. These youth safety advocates will share what they have learned to work most effectively in engaging their peers and provide suggestions on how to engage youth in your communities. Congratulations on representing Ohio at this national conference.
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Monday, March 1 - 3:00 P.M. -5:30 P.M.
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Monday, March 8 - 3:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.
State Office Phones
State Office telephones have been forwarded to our computers. If you need to talk to Cheryl Hamblin, call 614-466-5718 or Mary Jo Kohl, call 614-644-6333.