"Take 3 in 30" challenge
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“Take 3 in 30” Challenge

Management leadership is a core element of a workplace safety and health program.

Accelerate your program and show your commitment in your workplace. Take 3 in 30!

Here’s how you do it:

  1. Take 3 actions in 30 days

There are lots of ways to accelerate your program!

Choose from our list or pick one of your own. Every workplace is different so select actions that work best for you.

  1. Share in your workplace

It is important for your employees to see your commitment to safety!

Show them that safety starts with you! List your three actions and share it on social media, in your company newsletter, or post it in the workplace.

  1. Accept your challenge coin

You did it! Visit our website once you complete your activities to download your virtual challenge coin for showing management leadership. Share it on social media, post it in your workplace, or put it in your email signature – display it proudly!

Download the Take 3 in 30 challenge and share in your workplace and on social media!

Why is Management Leadership Important?

When management at the highest levels of an organization are committed and leadership is attentive and is supported by actions, workers know that safety and health are important to business success. This means that the steps they take to improve safety and health will be valued by the business. Learn more...


Mark Your Calendar

  • 30 days from now to complete your challenge!
  • Save the date for Safe + Sound Week 2019
  • Look for information on finding and fixing hazards coming soon


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Making Safety Personal

This resource is filled with engaging activities that can increase participation in safety and health programs by getting managers and workers thinking about and discussing what safety on the job means to them.

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About OSHA
Under the Occupational Safety and Health act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthy workplace for their employees. OSHA’s role is to promote the safety and health of America’s working men and women by setting and enforcing standards; providing training, outreach and education; establishing partnerships and encouraging continual process improvement in the workplace for safety and health. For additional information, visit
About CCAR
As a proud OSHA Alliance Partner, CCAR is celebrating their 25th anniversary here in 2019. The Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair is a not-for-profit organization that works – internationally in scope – with the automotive industry, the insurance industry, OEM’s, career and technical schools, collision and automotive repair shops, governments, municipalities and other organizations to provide best practice information and training. To learn more about CCAR and its programs, please call 888/476-5465 or visit 
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