Our Mission is Safety:
At Home & In the Community
On the Road
Inspiring. Empowering. Collaborating.
Sharpen your skills, make new connections and discover new safety solutions at the 2015 NSC Texas Safety Conference & Expo.
People who work door to door are likely to encounter dogs often. Safety+Health magazine offers advice on how to prevent a negative encounter.
Read the Article
An estimated 1 in 4 crashes involve cell phones. NSC provides a variety of material to help educate on the risks of all driver cell phone use, even hands-free.
Choose among a variety of NSC training courses to keep you, your employees and their families safe at work, at home and on the road.
We’ve designed a roadmap, with free tools and opportunities to connect with others, to help organizations of all sizes on the
Journey to Safety Excellence.
Join the Journey
Learn the fundamentals of safe driving in about two hours. An abbreviated version of our 4-hour online course designed to fit the busiest schedule.
A recent National Safety Council poll showed most opioid painkiller users don't know that sharing prescription drugs is a felony.
See Poll Results
Improvements in community safety produce significant economic and social benefits. Join us in Austin, Texas, on March 30 and 31 as we explore ways to develop safe and resilient communities.
As a member of National Safety Council you receive access to practical tools and resources to help keep your employees safe.
Become a Member
National Safety Council
All rights reserved.