Elevator Safety Videos – Be Safe Not Sorry

Elevator Safety Videos – Be Safe Not Sorry

TSSA recently put together four dramatic safety videos – Be Safe Not Sorry – highlighting known risks with elevators and unsafe riding behaviour.

Each one showcases what can go wrong when users exercise unsafe behaviour: trappednot minding your childrendon’t rush; and distracted (digitally). TSSA’s Communications and Advocacy Team set out to highlight some of the more common issues out there today.

With an extensive campaign underway, TSSA is targeting: commercial establishments (elevator-screens in high-rise office buildings in Toronto/GTA and London); residential establishments (lobby screens in apartment buildings in Toronto/GTA, Ottawa, Hamilton, Kitchener, Kingston and London); creating an online Be Safe Not Sorry campaign page; and getting the word out through social media, via TSSA’s YouTube ChannelTwitterFacebook and Instagram. The hashtag – #besafenotsorry – is already gaining traction.

Share with friends and family so everyone can practice safe behaviour while on and/or around elevators.

Take a safety-minded ride…

Use the Button


Mind Your Children

Pay Attention


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