Using the Family Safety and Health Employer Resource
Safety & Health Modules
Safety and Health modules are listed in the left-hand navigation of each page. Click on any new module heading to view a drop down list of topics. To go to a new module, click on the heading in the left-hand navigation that you would like to explore.
Each module includes an overview of the health or safety issue, the impact on the workplace, a “Did You Know” fact page and other topics as needed. Within each topic page, you will be able to click on links, explore interactive features, or view additional information, resources or reports.
Quick Links are located in the upper right hand corner of each page. The four Quick Links - Latest Research, Resources, Program Elements, and Assessments Tools – are a collection of information, tools and resources that you can use to build or enhance your program.
Each Quick Link gathers information by module. Click on a quick link and select a safety and health module to view the information, tools and resources.
Latest Research compiles research articles and reports by module. If available online, you may click on a particular report or research article link to open a new page where you can view or purchase the document. Many items listed are also available in the NSC Library. The use of the NSC Library is a member benefit. As a member, you can request an article or study be mailed or faxed to you as long as there is no copyright restriction.
Program Elements are essential components to be considered when developing a program.
Resources are a collection of fact sheets, tools, presentations and compilation reports to disseminate to employees and gain a better understanding of the topic.
Assessment Tools contain materials and tools to determine indicators for a family safety and health program.
Interactive features, such as badges, buttons or widgets, are displayed in the right hand column. Take a moment to explore these features; many can be downloaded for inclusion on your organization’s intranet or website.
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