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Lane departure warning? Automatic parking? MyCarDoesWhat.org, a partnership between NSC and University of Iowa, educates drivers on safety technologies built in to new cars. Take them for a spin online!
Safety+Health magazine examines the importance of managing diabetes to ensure the safety of the individual as well as his or her co-workers.
One short class can equal long-term savings. Learn how to qualify for insurance discounts and point reduction off your driving record.
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.
NSC membership can help you with practical solutions to your everyday safety challenges. You'll get access to myriad resources, discounts and a free gift for joining.
National Safety Council held its 103rd annual Congress & Expo in Atlanta last week. Catch up on all the news from the event and learn who was honored with safety awards.
Discover how your workplace cell phone policy compares to best practices with our free Cell Phone Policy Assessment Tool.
Did you know that smoke alarms reduce your chance of dying in a home fire by half? Learn what else you can do to keep your family safe.
Are you more likely to be killed in a car crash or overdose on prescription drugs? Is it really that rare to be struck by lightning?