Our Mission is Safety
The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy.
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The Survivor Advocate Network is a community of individuals and families whose lives have been forever changed by teen drivers, distracted drivers, prescription drug overdose or on-the-job incidents.
It provides a face and heart to the strategic initiatives of the National Safety Council. It allows individuals or organizations to connect, share stories, educate communities and influencers, advocate for change and engage with the media to help eliminate preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road.
When you join the NSC Survivor Advocate Network, you will benefit from sharing best practices with other advocates, obtain media and legislative training from NSC, and network with other survivor advocates for support. Email NSC Volunteer Program Manager Katherine van den Bogert for more information.
Individually and collectively, our stories can improve public policy and eliminate preventable deaths in our lifetime.
Have you lost a loved one to opioids? We encourage you to share your story to help save others and memorialize your loved one.
Making a tribute gift to the National Safety Council is a meaningful way to honor or memorialize a loved one, while supporting NSC efforts to save lives and prevent injuries.
Honor a loved one by making a gift to celebrate one of life’s important milestones, such as a birthday, wedding or retirement.
Memorialize a lost loved one by making a gift to acknowledge their legacy. Your loved one’s memory will continue to live on through the live-saving work of NSC.
To learn about all the ways you can engage with NSC, please visit nsc.org/Engage.
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