Safety First Blog


Safety is Personal Video Series: A Conversation with Michelle Garner-Janna

NSC President and CEO Lorraine Martin speaks with the Campbell Institute Steering Committee chair and executive director of HSE for Cummins Inc. on what makes safety personal to her.

October 28, 2022

Meet the 2022 NSC Advanced Safety Certificate Scholarship Recipients

NSC remains committed to helping safety practitioners grow.

October 19, 2022

What Do Mobility Options Say About Your Community?

As a country, how we design our mobility systems clearly demonstrates who we are prioritizing in our communities.

Heidi Simon | October 13, 2022

Targeting Prevention of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders

NSC releases white paper highlighting current workplace injury interventions.

Emily Prentice, MPH, CPH, ATC | October 11, 2022

Coming Together to Create a Future of Improved Mobility for All

NACTO's Designing Cities conference reminds us we will not get to zero traffic deaths by the actions of only one organization.

Heidi Simon | September 26, 2022

Treating Crises in Tandem: Create a Greener Future but Not at Mobility Safety’s Expense

While climate change is worthy of immediate action, combating this global crisis could inadvertently exacerbate a uniquely American issue: traffic violence.

Mark Chung | September 26, 2022

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

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