When asked to explain what I do for a living, I often reply: "I safeguard students." It is the first thought that runs through my mind on my way to work, and it is the last thought I have on the way home. When we have sports teams traveling on the Coquihalla in the heart of winter, I toss and turn at night while thinking about their wellbeing. I think that Mr. Ozechowsky and Mr. Gareau share the same ongoing sense of responsibility, as they are often the designated Trip Safety Officers, charged with making some very important decisions. As faculty and staff, safety is instilled in our culture; it is what we do.