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Why You Should Still Speak With Your Pharmacist
Posted on 7/15/2018

Why You Should Still Speak With Your Pharmacist

Amazon acquisition of PillPack raises questions about patient interactions and opioids.
Check Once, Check Twice: I Didn’t Realize My Car Was Unsafe
Posted on 7/2/2018

Check Once, Check Twice: I Didn’t Realize My Car Was Unsafe

Make sure your car doesn’t have an open recall.
National Safety Month: A Time to Focus on Safety at Work, at Home and in the Communities in Between
Posted on 6/25/2018

National Safety Month: A Time to Focus on Safety at Work, at Home and in the Communities in Between

A message from the Chairman of the National Safety Council.
The Day My Husband Didn’t Come Home From Work
Posted on 6/18/2018

The Day My Husband Didn’t Come Home From Work

The Importance of Addressing Workplace Violence
Getting to Wellness Means Getting Enough Rest
Posted on 6/12/2018

Getting to Wellness Means Getting Enough Rest

Calling attention to fatigue during Wellness Week of National Safety Month.
Kids in Hot Cars: One Child is Too Many
Posted on 6/5/2018

Kids in Hot Cars: One Child is Too Many

Nine children have died so far this year.
Splashing Into Summer; Pool Safety Tips
Posted on 5/24/2018

Splashing Into Summer; Pool Safety Tips

Help ensure everyone has a fun – and safe – summer.
Are You and Your Teen Ready for Summer Driving?
Posted on 5/16/2018

Are You and Your Teen Ready for Summer Driving?

Summer roads are not as carefree as they may seem.
Predictive Model Helps Prevent Chronic Pain and Opioid Abuse in the Workplace
Posted on 5/9/2018

Predictive Model Helps Prevent Chronic Pain and Opioid Abuse in the Workplace

Proactive approach has led to 30% reduction in opioid use since 2015.
Let's Make the Reason for Workers' Memorial Day a Thing of the Past
Posted on 4/25/2018

Let's Make the Reason for Workers' Memorial Day a Thing of the Past

Every worker deserves to make it home safe every day.
Distracted Driving Reality: You Can Be Part of Solution
Posted on 4/10/2018

Distracted Driving Reality: You Can Be Part of Solution

Learn why hands-free devices can be a threat to roadway safety, and pledge to be an attentive driver.Lisa Robinson is a senior program manager with the National Safety Council.A popular myth holds that a penny dropped from the top of Empire State building
Window Blinds Can Pose a Serious Danger to Children
Posted on 3/27/2018

Window Blinds Can Pose a Serious Danger to Children

​​Window blinds can cause serious injury or death to young children. In fact, a child dies each month on average from a window blind-related injury, most often by strangulation.
Gun Data and the Importance of Getting the Facts Straight
Posted on 3/27/2018

Gun Data and the Importance of Getting the Facts Straight

Media outlets across the country have been steadily reporting on guns, gun control efforts and gun rights following the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida that left 17 people dead.
Celebrating Women in Safety on International Women's Day March 8
Posted on 3/27/2018

Celebrating Women in Safety on International Women's Day March 8

We celebrate International Women's Day and Women's History Month to recognize contributions women have made to saving lives and changing them for the better, to reflect on people who inspire us to #BeBoldForChange and to #PressForProgress in a movement …
Is Your Teen Driver Learning Defensive Driving Skills?
Posted on 3/27/2018

Is Your Teen Driver Learning Defensive Driving Skills?

Until we have completely automated vehicles, humans will continue to make errors behind the wheel – in fact 94% of crashes are the result of human error.
NSC First Aid Training Gives Student Confidence to Save a Life
Posted on 3/27/2018

NSC First Aid Training Gives Student Confidence to Save a Life

A man in New Jersey who had a slim chance of survival is alive today because a college student used her first aid and CPR training to save him.
Steer Clear of the Tide Pod Challenge
Posted on 1/29/2018

Steer Clear of the Tide Pod Challenge

If you have teens, let them know their lives matter more than clicks, views and likes.
Accidental Injury Becomes #3 Cause of Death in the U.S.
Posted on 1/22/2018

Accidental Injury Becomes #3 Cause of Death in the U.S.

Preventable deaths rose 10% in 2016; drug overdose and motor vehicle crashes drove the increase.
Companies Are Not Immune to Car Crash Costs
Posted on 1/16/2018

Companies Are Not Immune to Car Crash Costs

Measuring the cost of collisions can help save lives.
A Little Chat, and a Big Difference
Posted on 1/8/2018

A Little Chat, and a Big Difference

From multiple crashes to one parking lot scratch – this is how we get to zero.
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