#VVVSAFETYSELFIE

 
Each year during the month of June, Valvoline celebrates Safety Month. We take this time to encourage our employees to follow and adopt safe practices at work and home.
 
In 2018, we conducted a companywide “Safety Selfie” scontest where our employees took selfies showing an action or behavior they or their family takes to be safe. We had nearly 100 selfies submitted.
 
Please view the safety selfies below to learn various steps you can take to be safe at work, home or play.
 

  • Prinesh Nana
    South Africa

    Our safety action as a country is called the Safety Medic. The brand awareness element clips over your seat belt and holds all your personal details. So in an event of an accident, the first person on site / paramedic can get all your contact details without delay. As an initiative we have extended this item to all B2C and B2B partners to ensure that we are all safe. #vvvsafetyselfie

  • Brandy McFarlane
    Tyler, tx

    Always check your mirrors! You never know WHAT could sneak up behind you or in the other lane.

  • Brad Bellerby
    Barrie, Ontario, Canada

    Ready for my monthly meeting and inspection with Barrie Transit.

  • Gustav Pousette
    Lexington, KY

    Safe driving.

  • James Brown
    Lexington, Ky, 40515

    No car is safer than one that is finely tuned, maintained, and properly lubricated.

  • Darlene Lovings
    Lexington, KY

    Taking precautions to ensure we have no slips, trips or falls when wet weather conditions exist.

  • Joe Schleeper
    Tyler, Texas, USA

    We're putting fresh grip tape on the lifts here at 7-28! That way, guests who choose to use our waiting room will be safe stepping out of their vehicle.

  • Gary Allen
    Lexington, KY

    ALWAYS hold the handrail!

  • Paul Whelan
    Wetherill Park, Australia

    Holding the handrail up and down stairs helps advoid and slip trips and falls from occuring! VVV HANDS ON PLEASE VVV

  • Dan fox
    Cincinnati ohio

    Stop,look,listen. Don’t get caught in the path of a moving forklift

  • Chris and daniel
    Toledo ohio 43606

    Daniel using hand rails just in case you trip/slip or fall. Safety culture its away of life

  • David Schoettler
    Minneapolis Mn 55441

    Using seat belts every time we get into the car! Not only safe but it’s the law!

  • Peter Slijkhuis
    Dordrecht, NL

    Found this solution of an handrail in a house for disabled people. The stair is quite steep and initially there was only 1 hand rail. (the wooden one at the left side of the picture). A smart technician found the solution to install the other one (at the right side) - divided in various pieces.

  • Monique Tempelton
    Noblesville, In.

    To avoid slips, trips and falls eliminate distracted walking. (looking at phones or paperwork) Ensure file drawers are fully closed and mats are flat and secure to the floor. Proper lighting in all areas is also important.

  • Stephanie Giles
    Lexington Ky

    Taking the elevator when my hands are too full to hold the handrail.

  • Gustav Pousette
    Lexington, KY

    Holding the handrail to help prevent falls.

  • Carl Bjork
    Indianapolis Direct Market Noblesville IN

    Staying hydrated and cool on this warm summer day. Don't let the weather get the best of you. Listen to what your body tells you!

  • Carrie Satterly, Nancy McKenzie
    Lexington, KY

    Walking outside for #wellness! #VVVSAFETYSELFIE

  • Justyna Naglik
    Dordrecht, The Netherlands

    Having a short walk every day it's a great opportunity to keep your body moving, get some vitamin D (if possible) and reset your mind. Enojy lunch break with your nice collegaues!

  • Gregg*
    Lexington, KY

    Eye exams can detect "red flags" for such things as vision loss (due to cataracts, macular degeneration, retinal detachment), diabetes, high blood pressure, concussions, etc. Go have them checked!!!

  • Kimberly Kellerman
    Lexington, KY

    WORK IT OUT! •It Can Make You Feel Happier. ... •It Can Help With Weight Loss. ... •It Is Good for Your Muscles and Bones. ... •It Can Increase Your Energy Levels. ... •It Can Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Disease. ... •It Can Help Skin Health. ... •It Can Help Your Brain Health and Memory. ... •It Can Help With Relaxation and Sleep Quality

  • David Pye
    Wetherill Park, Australia

    Using a sit stand desk is one of the best ways to avoid health issues, it helps maintain a great posture and avoids sitting in one spot all day.

  • Jessica Whitehead
    Lexington, KY 40509

    Pumping some iron on my journey to better health!

  • Lasoi Serrado
    Wetherill Park, Australia

    Staff members taking a short break from the computer screens and offices to get some much needed Vitamin D from the sun and have a short stretch of muscles during a lunch break.

  • James Brown
    Lexington, Ky, USA

    Helmet, gloves, and bright clothes for racing mountain bikes in Louisville, Ky, USA.

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