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Week 3: It's Vital to Feel Safe on the Job

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Being able to be one’s self at work without fear of retaliation is necessary for an inclusive safety culture. Leading organizations focus not only on physical safety, but psychological safety as well.

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

Mini Guide: Important Considerations for Creating a Psychologically Safe Workplace - NEW


Webinar: You Must Feel Safe to be Safe
1 p.m. (CT) June 17

Being able to be one’s self at work without fear of retaliation is necessary for an inclusive safety culture. Leading organizations focus not only on physical safety, but psychological safety as well, with an intentional, specific lens on diversity, equity and inclusion. Please join a panel of experts for a moderated discussion on psychological safety and diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, and learn how leaders in this space are creating and implementing these programs.

Safety+Health® Resources

Safety First blog

Campbell Institute Resources

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

Share with Your Workforce

Employee tip sheet: Feeling Safe at 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.

Workplace Safety Toolkits

Access toolkits with ready-to-distribute resources like 5 minute safety talks, posters, tip sheets and more. Browse topics related to psychological safety, such as:

  • Workplace bullying
  • Mental health
  • Workplace stress

Additional Resources

Transportation Safety

Check out this Equity in Transportation Safety recorded webinar series from the Road to Zero Coalition, managed by NSC:

Mental Health Resources