Wear Your Life Jacket at Work Day

Wear Your Life Jacket at Work Day is May 21, 2021. Wear your life jacket, snap a picture while at work and share on social media with the hashtags #lifejacket2work and #safeboating.

Hosted by the National Safe Boating Council, this annual event is a fun, educational way to heighten life jacket awareness and highlight the various styles just prior to the official launch of National Safe Boating Week.

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Wear Your Life Jacket At Work Day Poster

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Safe Boating Pledge Card

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Wear Your Life Jacket At Work Day Press Release Template

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Wear Your Life Jacket At Work Day Social Media Posts

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