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Join the Journey to Safety Excellence

  • Safety is all about people. But beyond being the right thing to do, safety can boost employee morale, increase productivity and lower costs. 

    It takes hard work, but you don’t have to do it alone. NSC wants to partner with you on the Journey to Safety Excellence®.


    Log In, or Sign Up for the Journey Today

    By joining the Journey to Safety Excellence right now, you will be eligible to win a $50 gift card. Every Friday in May, we'll pull a name in a weekly drawing.


    Get Instant Access to Free Safety Tools and Resources


    When you join the Journey, you'll receive:

    • Three safety measurement tools
      1. NSC Safety System Assessment: It's often what you don't know that can hurt you. This tool empowers you to see what you're doing well and focus on where you can improve.
      2. NSC Employee Safety Perception Survey: Wondering what your workers think of your safety program? Ask them. This survey provides a quick snapshot of your organization's safety culture.
      3. NSC Incident Rate Calculator: Having incidents and not sure why? Use this tool to find trends in your data and see how you compare to others in your industry
    • Hundreds of articles, recorded webinars and case studies from the Council and beyond, located in the Journey Guides
    • Periodic updates on upcoming events and new safety resources

    More than 5,000 of your peers already have joined the Journey. Will you be next?

Want a Taste of What You'll Find in Journey Guides?

Take a look at the following samples:

Thanks to Our Sponsors

Journey Sponsors Chubb MSCI Browz Grainger

NSC would also like to thank OSHA for its support in promoting the Journey to Safety Excellence.

Learn More About the Journey


This webinar, Maximize Safety Improvement with Safety Measurement, offers a deeper look at the Journey to Safety Excellence and what you receive when you join.

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