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Celebrate and Participate in National Safety Month

  • Help Save Lives and Prevent Injuries

    Join NSC and thousands of organizations across the country as we work to raise awareness of what it takes to stay safe. Observed ​annually in June, National Safety Month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. ​

What I Live for
  • What Do You Live For?

    Everyone has something they live to see or experience. No matter what your passion is, we engage in safe behaviors so we can live for what matters to us.

    This June, we are celebrating your passions with the theme of “What I Live For.”​ By sharing your stories and providing you with resources such as posters, tip sheets, safety checklists and an infographic, we can work together on keeping each other safe wherever we are.

    This year, we will be focusing on the important topics of prescription painkiller abuse, transportation safety, ergonomics, emergency preparedness and slips, trips and falls. Be on the lookout as we get closer to June for materials you can use to engage your employees, co-workers, family and friends in safety.

"I absolutely love the materials provided for National Safety Month. I'm a department of one and my time is very limited. Using your free resources is like having a personal assistant during the month of June when it comes to celebrating NSM. Thanks for all that you do!”

Marcy Gonzalez, Human Resources Manager, CCL Tube, Los Angeles, CA

National Safety Month
  • Members Get More During NSM

    ​NSC members get even more materials to promote National Safety Month. Not a member? Join today.

  • Get Your Employees Involved in NSM

    ​We offer a number of items to help promote a safety culture at your workplace. Order here.

  • Support National Safety Month

    ​Is your organization interested in demonstrating its commitment to safety? Learn more about NSM sponsorship opportunities.

  • What Worries You?

    ​Many Americans often worry about plane crashes or lightning strikes. But everyday things like driving pose greater risks to our safety.  This Odds of Dying infographic shows where the biggest risks are. Download and share.

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  • Download Free Materials

    ​Engage your employees, co-workers, family and friends in safety this June.

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Webinar: The Hidden Threats to your Safety

​Many Americans tend to worry about the things we see most in the news, like plane crashes, severe weather or shark attacks. But some of the things we do every day can pose the biggest threats to our safety. Join our webinar to learn more about the biggest safety issues today and how you can stay safer.

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  • Exclusive Member Materials

    ​NSC members get even more materials to help promote National Safety Month.

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Help Save a Life

With your help, we can educate and change unsafe behaviors. Donate to NSC and become a Friend of Safety today.

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The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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