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NSC Reworks '80s Pop Tune with Distracted Driving Message

Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council is putting a new spin on the fight to end distracted driving with a new music video, Everybody Just Drive Tonight, sung to the 1980s pop tune by Wang Chun…
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NSC Honors 51 Organizations with 2017 Industry Leader Award

​Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council awarded 51 organizations with the its 2017 Industry Leader Award for safety performance. The award, a component of the NSC Occupational Awards Program, recognizes outstanding safety achievements of NSC members.

Participants in the NS…
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Free Kit Helps Employers Stop the Leading Cause of Workplace Death

​Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council released a first-of-its-kind Safe Driving Kit to help employers eliminate the #1 cause of workplace deaths – car crashes. The Safe Driving Kit, sponsored by Wheels, Inc., is a free online tool built to create sa…
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NTSB, NSC Arrange Expert Panel for Roundtable Discussion on Driver-Assistance Technology in Heavy-Duty Trucks

Itasca, IL – The barriers and safety benefits of using advanced technology in heavy-duty trucks will be the focus of a roundtable discussion hosted by the National Transportation Safety Board and the National Safety Council on Monday, July 24, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Ce…
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National Safety Council Statement on CDC Vital Signs Report Showing Drops in Opioid Prescribing

Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council applauds the new Vital Signs report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that details opioid prescribing practices in America. While the Council is pleased to see another drop in overall opioid prescriptions nationwide, NSC is trou…
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Nearly 600 People Are Estimated To Be Killed in Car Crashes During July 4 Holiday Period

Itasca, IL – National Safety Council calculations indicate 582 people may be killed on the roads during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday period, and an additional 66,900 may be seriously injured in crashes.Read More

No State Receives an 'A' for Safety, According to NSC Report

​Itasca, IL – No state goes far enough to protect its residents from leading causes of preventable deaths and injuries – commonly known as "accidents" – on the road, in homes and communities and at work, according to a new NSC report. Despite preventable deaths being at an all…
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NSC, FCA US Announce Check to Protect Campaign Focused on Auto Recalls

​WASHINGTON – Today, in preparation for the start of summer travel season next month, the National Safety Council and founding coalition partner FCA US, launched Check To Protect, a national campaign to encourage drive…
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National Safety Council Partners with ECT-Shenzhen to Launch First Aid, CPR and AED Training in China

Itasca, Illinois, USA – The National Safety Council, an global leader in safety training, and ECT-Shenzhen have launched the new NSC First Aid, CPR & AED program in Simplified Chinese, expanding the Council's global reach to help protect Chinese workers and their families. …
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National Safety Council Statement on Bipartisan Principles for Self-Driving Vehicle Legislation

Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council applauds Sens. John Thune, Bill Nelson and Gary Peters for including "Educate the Public to Encourage Responsible Adoption of Self-Driving Vehicles" in the senators' list of bipartisan principles in advance of Wednesday's Senate Commerc…
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