Run the No Regrets program in your school to help fight the number one killer of teens


About No Regrets

Piloted in 2003, No Regrets is a high school based peer leadership program that trains staff advisers and student leaders to raise awareness and implement injury prevention activities and events in their schools. These activities and events are designed to promote at least one of the five key messages (Buckle Up, Look First, Wear the Gear, Get Trained, and Drive Sober) and influence the risk-taking behaviour of students related to activities such as: driving, biking, skateboarding, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and partying. In fact, a recent evaluation of the program found that students reported 17% fewer injuries requiring medical care following a single year’s exposure to the program’s messages.

No Regrets team members can find all the information and resources they need to run the program in their schools on this website. Here are a few quick links to get you where you want to be:

Phase 1 –Raising Awareness and Network Building

Phase 2 – Signature Events


Program Overview: This video gives an overview of the issue of preventable injury in Canada and the No Regrets program phases.

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How can my school get involved in SMARTRISK No Regrets?

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