Looking for new ways to improve safety at your organization? Join Work to Zero, an initiative of the National Safety Council, each week in March as it explores a series of topics related to immersive technology and its ability to help save lives.
The National Safety Council is proud to join the Health Action Alliance. This exciting new partnership brings together leading business, communications and public health organizations to strengthen the business community’s response to COVID-19 and help rebuild public health.
Itasca, IL — The National Safety Council is calling on employers to consider more than substance misuse when addressing workplace impairment, in response to the results of a recent council survey showing that 90% of employers are concerned about mental health and chronic stress impacting worker safety.
The wait is almost over! Join OSHA and Safety+Health for an exclusive webinar at 11 a.m. Central on Feb. 26, when Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, will announce the preliminary list of the agency’s most frequently cited standards for fiscal year 2020.
Itasca, IL — Amy Harper, senior director of workplace training and consulting services at the National Safety Council, has been reappointed to serve on OSHA’s National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health.
Itasca, IL — The National Safety Council values diversity and cultivates an inclusive environment as we dedicate ourselves to our mission of saving lives – from the workplace to anyplace. We’re seeking a diverse group of individuals to serve on our board of directors and Delegates Committee.
Itasca, IL — The Road to Zero Coalition – managed by the National Safety Council – as well as a group of more than 70 organizations and individuals dedicated to traffic safety, has sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking him to make the elimination of roadway deaths one of his administration’s most urgent priorities.