Making an Impact
January 2020 - Volume 7 - Issue 4
Safer Workers Mean Safer Roads for All
Information from The National Safety Council

  • Every 7 seconds, someone is injured in a car crash
  • Every 15 minutes, someone is killed
  • Many of the crashes occur during the work day or the daily commute
  • Employers absorb costs associated with these crashes, whether they occur on or off the job
  • Motor vehicle crashes are the #1 cause of workplace death

Employers have a significant role in reducing vehicle crashes. Through workplace policies and education, employers can help protect their workforce, protect their organizations and, in turn, protect employees' own families and communities.

NSC and its sponsor,  Wheels , have released the  free NSC Safe Driving Toolkit .

  • It helps safety and HR professionals build senior management support for policies and education to influence safer driving behaviors
  • It provides policies and educational materials that look at the top factors in fatal crashes: distraction, alcohol, drugs and fatigue
  • It contains myriad safe driving resources and ready-made communication tools to educate employees, including videos, fact sheets and FAQs, infographics, posters, survivor advocate stories and more
The Summit is hosted by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Child Abuse Team and the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team. Through relevant and thoughtful programming, we hope to reduce harm to children and families. Our goal is to connect agencies, educate individuals, and build community to improve outcomes. Working together, we can stand strong to better serve those you need us most. "The Power of One in Collaboration with Others." 

Rewind Documentary
Th is year we’ll be offering a special movie premier of the documentary film  Rewind  on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 during the lunch break. Directed by keynote speaker Sasha Neulinger, this gripping autobiographical account revels a harrowing story of childhood sexual abuse suffered by him and his sister; tracking the work of many who fought to help them see justice.

Grab & Go lunches will be available onsite for purchase. View the trailer at:  https://vimeo.com/361163468 .

Volunteers
Interested in Volunteering? Please click  here  to complete the application. Please ensure the drop down catergory indicates "Summit Volunteer".

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Exhibitors are invited to apply for space at the 21st Annual Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit -- set for April 21-24, 2020 at the Red Lion Hotel on the River in Portland, Oregon.

Partner with us and participate as an exhibitor in the only conference of this distinction in the Northwest -- and one of the few conferences of its kind in the United States.

It's an excellent opportunity to increase your company or organization's visibility with a captive (and captivated) audience.

All exhibitor fees go directly to scholarships that allow local professionals to attend the conference.
As an exhibitor, you'll be able to maximize your exposure to an audience that matters. You'll be located in the main conference area -- meaning you can capture attendee attention during breaks and between speaker sessions.

If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor we invite you to click on the Registration button and follow the steps listed.

Scholarships

The Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit provides scholarship opportunities for professionals to attend the conference. This year, we're proud to present the following scholarship opportunities:

  • Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) of Clackamas County. These scholarships are available to agencies within Clackamas County.
  • Summit Scholarships. A limited amount of scholarships available to those in child abuse or family violence prevention or education professions.

Please complete the following steps in order to help us successfully process each applicant:


  • Download and complete the scholarship form. Please refer to the form for specific submission instructions.
  • All scholarship applications need to be received by each applicant no later than February 18, 2020. Scholarship applications received after February 18, 2020 cannot be processed.
  • All scholarship awardees will be notified by March 2, 2020. Awardees will be given a specific scholarship discount code to be used to register online for the conference. Please do not register online until you have received the discount code.


Think First Oregon

ThinkFirst Oregon is located at OHSU and dedicated to educating Oregon youth on ways to prevent brain and spinal cord injury by thinking about their choices. We age-appropriate presentations in schools and at community events. Learn more at https://www.ohsu.edu/brain-institute/think-first

Winter injury prevention - Helmets aren’t just for bikes
If you’ve swapped out your bike for a snowboard, skis or other sport for the winter, helmets are still a crucial part of reducing your risk of brain and spinal cord injuries.

Remember:
One crash and the helmet is trash- Helmets are only designed to absorb one impact. Replace after any and all crashes or falls.

Helmets must fit to be effective- They should rest level and snug on your forehead about 1” above your eyebrows. Straps must be adjusted to form a “V” around each ear, with room for 1-2 fingers under the chinstrap.

Helmets are for everyone- Both kids and the adults they look up to can increase their safety by wearing a helmet. 

You can schedule a presentation or inquire about volunteer opportunities by emailing thinkfirst@ohsu.edu


Car Seat Check Up Events

Date and Time

01/30/2020 3:00pm - 5:00pm
01/30/2020 4:00pm - 6:00pm
02/01/2020 10:00am - 2:00pm
02/01/2020 10:00am - 1:30pm
02/06/2020 11:00am - 2:00pm
02/07/2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm
02/08/2020 9:00am - 11:30am
02/11/2020 8:30am - 11:00am
02/13/2020 4:00pm - 6:00pm
02/15/2020 8:45am - 2:15pm
02/15/2020 9:00am - 11:30am
02/18/2020 10:00am - 1:00pm
02/26/2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm
02/27/2020 3:00pm - 5:00pm
02/27/2020 4:00pm - 6:00pm
02/27/2020 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location

Forest Grove Fire
Eugene Fire
Banks Fire Department
Lake Oswego Fire Department
Redmond Fire
Oak Grove Fire Department
Tuality Health Education Ctr
Clackamas - AMR
Ontario Fire
Peace Health Vancouver
Kuni Auto Center - Beaverton
Hillcrest Public Safety Station
Umatilla Morrow Head Start
Forest Grove Fire
Eugene Fire
Albany Fire Station 11
Address

1919 Ash Street
1705 West 2nd Avenue
13430 NW Main Street
300 B Street
341 NW Dogwood Ave.
2930 SE Oak Grove Blvd
334 SE 8th Ave
12438 SE Capps Rd
444 SW 4th St.
92nd Ave Entrance
3725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
NW Hillcrest Drive, Grants Pass
2203 SW Court Ave. Pendleton
1919 Ash Street
1705 West 2nd Avenue
Lyon Street SE