This Halloween, there are TWO frighteningly good
events happening at JSC!
Don’t be haunted by missing out on the maze of Safety
and Health Day fun at the Gilruth, and make time to meander to the Building 3
collaboration area to meet some scary innovative technologists treating
you to wickedly cool technology projects supporting NASA and JSC/White
Sands Test Facility missions benefiting us ghouls on Earth … as well as
whatever and whoever is out in space.
Gravely important details:
Safety and Health Day
Gilruth Center (ballroom, gym and Live Oak Pavilion)
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Keep your parking space! You can do this by
taking a dedicated bus or van to the event at the Gilruth Center. The bus
routes, marked by "bus stop" signs, are:
- #1 and #2 buses: Pickup at
Buildings 4/5, 1, 13/15, 16, 45, and then proceed to the Gilruth. This
route will be repeated.
- #3 van: Pickup at Buildings 31,
29/7, 9/10, 32, and then proceed to the Gilruth. This route will be
- #4 van: Pickup at Building 342A
(shed), 419, and then proceed to the Gilruth. This route will be repeated.
Buses and vans will start
running at 9:30 a.m. and run continuously until 1:30 p.m.
Start your day with a
healthy breakfast within your organization, and then join us from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Gilruth Center. Bring a 2-inch by 2.5-inch photo for your "Why
I Work Safely" badge at the JSC Safety and Health Action Team booth,
experience InBody body analysis, get a chair massage, sample plant-based juices
and much more!
JSC Tech Showcase
Building 3 collaboration area
11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Transportation: Walk, bike or “Thriller” dance your
Come trick-or-treat with the innovators helping to
advance human space exploration, technology development and integration at the
2019 JSC Technology Showcase poster session. Come cast a spell, or ballot, for
the People's Choice award—the project you see as the most innovative and
beneficial for JSC and NASA missions. Senior staff members will cast their
votes for the Directors' Choice award, recognizing the project demonstrating
the most potential for JSC work, the Artemis mission, future commercialization
or advancing the state of the art. Winners traditionally present to senior