Corporate Profile: National Safety Council
The National Safety Council has been America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate for more than 100 years. We focus on areas that can make the greatest impact: workplace, roadway and impairment.
NSC starts in the workplace, giving employers resources workers can use around the risks they’re facing. NSC helps employers create a culture of safety that will make people safer – from the workplace to anyplace. We tap the expertise, talent and passion of our members and partners to develop ready-to-use tools to help companies tackle important issues affecting their workers.
NSC uses research and data to drive better, smarter, more personal safety programs. From perception surveys and assessments to tracking the trends, we use our insight to create experiential education, training and tools to mitigate risk. We also engage government nationally and locally to drive polices that create a culture of safety.
As a 501c3 nonprofit, chartered by Congress, with local chapters, global networks and more than 50,000 members, NSC relies on philanthropic funds to advance our mission to keep people safe, from the workplace to anyplace.
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