Campus Safewalk


1.1.1 Campus Safewalk

Operating out of the SAITSA Resource Centre, the Campus Safewalk program is a  service that is specifically designed to maintain campus safety for all students, staff, faculty and guests coming to SAIT Campus. Safewalk consists of a group of dedicated volunteers who will walk you anywhere within a 10 block radius of SAIT campus. Each volunteer of SAITSA is trained in first aid, CPR, radio conduct and self-defense.

The SAITSA Safewalk program could not exist without volunteers. Becoming a Safewalk volunteer gives students an opportunity to meet new people, build their resume while giving back to the SAIT community.  The Safewalk program is led by one part-time student administrator that is hired by SAITSA to ensure the smooth operation of the program.

Perks of being part of the Safewalk team include:

  • Great addition to your resume
  • Free first aid and CPR training
  • Free self-defense training
  • Meet new people
  • Qualify for SAITSA awards
  • Free parking during shift

Commitment to the program:

  • At least one, three hour shift per week
  • Submit to a police background check
  • Complete first aid and CPR training