CALGARY SAFETY COUNCIL
The Calgary Safety Council is a non-profit, non-government charitable organization dedicated to the promotion of safety and the prevention of injuries and fatalities on the streets and highways, in the home and work place. Often mistaken for a department of the City of Calgary, the Calgary Safety Council’s formation as an autonomous organization was initiated over 50 years ago as a result of vehicle safety checks. Our pedestrian safety program has had over 100,000 students and our motorcycle and scooter program has had over 300,000 students.
Liaison is maintained not only with the Canada Safety Council but with safety organizations throughout Canada and the U.S., departments of the Federal and Provincial governments, numerous City of Calgary departments including Police, Fire, Transportation, Parks and Recreation, the Calgary Board of Education, Calgary Catholic School Board, private schools, and many more.