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Ken Kolosh directs the National Safety Council statistical reporting and statistical estimating systems. Mr. Kolosh leads the development of
Injury Facts®, an annual NSC statistical report on unintentional injuries, their characteristics and costs. Prior to joining NSC, Mr. Kolosh worked in the corporate e-learning industry. He served as advanced strategy and systems consultant with Element K and managing consultant with NETg's strategic services team. Mr. Kolosh also was senior researcher for NETg's research and development group. Mr. Kolosh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from DePauw University and a Masters of Arts from Western Kentucky University. He is on the editorial board of the Council's
Journal of Safety Research.
For more than 90 years,
Injury Facts has been the complete reference source for safety statistics. Bringing together data from more than 30 different sources, it presents the most current occupational, motor vehicle, home, community, state, and international injury statistics on deaths, nonfatal injuries and their costs.
Injury Facts calculates the odds of dying for selected causes.
The Journal of Safety Research® is a peer-reviewed journal intended for safety practitioners and researchers who want to understand and communicate current safety thinking, trends and data. Available by subscription, it is published four times a year.
The National Safety Council is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization.