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The Alabama Chapter of the National Safety Council has a new location:

2125 Data Office Drive, Suite 102
Birmingham, AL  35244

Phone:  (205) 328-7233
Toll Free:  (800) 457-7233
Fax:  (205) 328-1467


Receive the latest updates on the new 2010 Guidelines for CPR and ECC.

NSC Online Workplace Training
National Safety Council & Summit Training Source Partner to Offer Online Training

The National Safety Council has partnered with Summit Training Source to deliver an interactive online training curriculum. NSC will offer Summit’s online OSHA 10- and 30- hour training for general industry and construction, as well as Summit’s entire library of interactive online compliance training courses.

“The online curriculum offered by Summit complements our existing classroom and print content, enabling us to now offer a full range of courses, delivered through different methods, that better meet the needs of our members and customers,” said Janet Froetscher, NSC president and CEO.

Summit also will develop new online training curriculum for NSC, as well as convert current NSC training content to a web-based format. Benefits of online training include 24/7 global availability, self-paced learning, and cost savings through a reduction in travel expenses and training time.


Supervisors' Safety Development Program (SSDP) 

The new Supervisors' Safety Development Program trains supervisors and managers to incorporate best safety practices into their daily management activities. The training goals are to equip supervisors and managers with the knowledge, leadership skills and methods to apply safety as part of their responsibilities and become effective safety leaders and advocates. SSDP includes 16 Key Safety Topics.
SSDP as Package Training Program

SSDP as Open Enrollment Training Classes

Injury Facts 2010 Edition: A Complete Reference
Injury Facts has made several important changes to provide expanded coverage on the most pressing safety issues while also helping to display information in a more intuitive and visually appealing manner.  With the changes listed below, Injury Facts is now an even more comprehensive and easy to use source to help communicate the impact of both intentional and unintentional injuries.    Expanded sections focusing on distracted driving and young drivers are also included in this year's Motor-Vehicle section.


 New data in the 2010 Edition on:  Updated or expanded data on:
  •  Work injuries by part of body
  •  Occupational injury and illness incidence rates by industry
  • Young driver trends 
  •  Workers’ compensation claims and costs 
  •  Distracted driving statistics 
  •  Traffic safety issues – alcohol, occupant protection,
     speeding, distracted driving, and others
  •  The odds of dying from injuries 
  •  Consumer product-related injuries


  • Accidental deaths by state...and much more'sNewInInjuryFacts.aspx

Amanda Bartlett
Customer Relations, Alabama Chapter
National Safety Council
Office:  (800) 457-7233
Fax:  (205) 328-1467


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The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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