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June is National Safety Month


National Safety Council members have access to a wide variety of exclusive resources they can use to promote safety in the workplace during National Safety Month and beyond. From webinars to Safety Talks to posters and quick guides, NSC members always get more.


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NEW: Member Exclusive Safety Benchmarking Study


How does your safety program compare? Find out by using the Member Exclusive Safety Benchmarking Study. Answer questions and get reports comparing your answers to other participants. Learn how to enter data and access customized charts, graphs and PowerPoint presentations by viewing this webinar.

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  • Practical Solutions and Training Tools

    ​One-stop shop for the resources you need to engage and educate your employees on important safety topics: Posters, Safety Talks, PowerPoints, videos, tip sheets, checklists, toolkits and more.

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  • Webinar and Audio Library

    NSC offers safety education through video and on-demand webinars, giving you flexibility and accessibility.

    Online Learning
  • NEW! Injury Facts 2017

    ​Get the most current occupational, motor vehicle, home, community, state and international injury statistics on deaths and injuries and their costs.

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  • Top 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations

    OSHA's Top 10 list summarized in one image. Print the infographic or place it on your own site, intranet or blog using the embed code.

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Member Benefits Guide

Benefits are available to ALL your employees. Customize and distribute this flyer to show employees how to access FREE member-exclusive resources.

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  • What's New for Members?

    Information about medical marijuana in the workplace, new safety posters and more.

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  • Is it Time for a Safety Checkup?

     

    Safety Checkup reveals real hazards most likely to harm you based on your age, gender, location and other factors, and what you can do to be safer.

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  • Download Your Proud Member Logo

     
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Although the information and recommendations contained in this publication have been compiled from sources believed to be reliable, the National Safety Council makes no guarantee as to, and assumes no responsibility for, the correctness, sufficiency or completeness of such information or recommendations. Other or additional safety measures may be required under particular circumstances.

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