Week 2: Address Ongoing COVID-19 Safety Concerns - National Safety Council
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Week 2: Address Ongoing COVID-19 Safety Concerns

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As the pandemic continues, employers play an important role in expanding operations and returning remote workers to physical workspaces, building trust around vaccines, supporting mental health and so much more.

This year we are offering resources to help safety heroes like you as well as items you can easily distribute to your employees

Get additional National Safety Month resources here. 

Grow Your Safety Knowledge

Talk Safety: Future of Work video - NEW

Infographic: 8 Trends for the Future World of Work

Webinar: The Future World of Work: What Safety and Health Leaders Need to Know (June 10)
The way we work has been dramatically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, the National Safety Council lays out eight trends for the future world of work, helps prepare organizations to leverage the positive aspects of these developments and enables you to embrace your unique role in the weeks and months ahead. Get the presentation.

Safety+Health® Resources

Safety First Blog

SAFER: Safe Actions for Employee Returns Resources

BONUS: Check out relevant weekly resources from our NSM sponsor VelocityEHS – Award-winning EHS & Sustainability Software

Share with Your Workforce

Employee tip sheet: Navigating the Future World of Work - NEW


Sample Communications

Below is sample email and social copy you can personalize to show your participation in National Safety Month and how much you care for your employees’ safety and wellbeing.

Relevant Employee Resources

Visit the COVID-19 Resources for NSC Members page that includes 5-Minute Safety Talks, posters, recorded webinars, checklists and more on topics like managing stress, work-from-home best practices, ergonomics and more.

Additional Resources

Transportation Safety
 
Recent fatality estimates show the largest spike in roadway death rates in nearly a century. Learn more about how we can advance the goal of zero traffic deaths and why the Road to Zero Coalition is calling on President Biden and his team to step up federal leadership on transportation safety.