Safety First Blog


Technology Can Help Save Worker Lives

National Safety Council convened in Pittsburgh to discuss a continuing safety epidemic: workplace fatalities.

Emily Whitcomb | September 15, 2022

Safety is Personal Video Series: A Conversation with Nicole Piggott

NSC President and CEO Lorraine Martin sits down with NSC Board member and COO of Women in Governance Nicole Piggott to talk about her safety story.

Lorraine M. Martin | August 22, 2022

Countersteer Webinar Series to Help Us Reach Zero Traffic Deaths

Series kicks off Sept. 13 with Jessie Singer, author of 'There are No Accidents.'

July 26, 2022

Employers Play Significant Role in Combating COVID-19 Misinformation

People who learn about vaccine safety and efficacy from employers are better at identifying misinformation and more likely to be vaccinated.

Caitlin Janna Lang, M.A. | May 11, 2022

Saving a Life at 13,000 Feet

Systems and humans do not always perform as expected. That’s why we build in layers of safety systems to ensure a safe failure when things do not go as planned.

Lorraine M. Martin | May 06, 2022

Are You Choosing Safety Behind the Wheel?

NSC resources will help you avoid distractions.

April 29, 2022

We are on this Safety Innovation Journey Together

Work to Zero is here to help you advance on your journey, starting right now.

Sarah Ischer, CIH, CSP | April 27, 2022

We Can Prevent Hot Car Deaths

One child lost is too many.

Amy Artuso, MPH, CPSTI | April 27, 2022

The Day My Husband Didn't Come Home from Work

Every organization should have a workplace violence policy.

Jody LaVoie | April 13, 2022

Is Your Organization Ready to Embrace Safety Technology to Save Lives?

Fatalities should never be a cost of doing business.

Emily Whitcomb | December 17, 2021

Unwrap Safety This Holiday Season

It's Safe Toys and Gifts Month. Check out some of our favorite ways to give the gift of safety.

December 07, 2021

Giving Thanks for Safety, On and Off the Clock

Safety is personal. Exciting new NSC initiatives will help workers stay safe so they can continue to do the things they love.

Lorraine M. Martin | November 22, 2021

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