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New leader brings over 30 years of global experience to advance NSC mission of saving lives and preventing injuries.
Workplaces have great influence on workers’ decisions; employer requirements will increase uptake to save lives.
Following a deadly year on the roads, the first half of 2021 is shaping up similarly.
Long-term COVID-19 safety practices are the only recourse to combat the Delta variant and adapt to an evolving pandemic landscape.
Analysis shows more than 460 people may die on U.S. roadways Sept. 3-6; taking precautions can prevent these deaths.
Approval provides employers reassurance they need to advance vaccination efforts.
Prestigious awards recognize safety leadership; winners to be announced Oct. 11.
Bill makes online learning an option for mature drivers.
Organizations join forces to protect people and save lives through the use of safety technologies.
Many provisions included in the legislation are a reflection of the landmark Road to Zero report, issued in 2018.
The new federal policy aligns with prior NSC recommendations that employers follow CDC guidelines and take a risk-based approach based on their specific work environment to manage the safety of all workers.