Safety First Blog
Medications now available over the counter can help prevent increasing workplace deaths.
NSC remains committed to helping safety practitioners grow.
Nearly 1 in 11 workers who die at work die from a drug overdose. These deaths have been rapidly increasing for years – 536% since 2011.
DriveitHOME, in partnership with Honda, is offering a free toolkit to help parents and caregivers protect their new drivers.
For the second consecutive year, more than 46,000 people lost their lives in traffic crashes in 2022 and millions more suffered life-altering injuries.
A look at research, prevention efforts from NIOSH and NSC in this year's focus areas: emergency preparedness; slips, trips, and falls; heat-related illness; and hazard recognition.
Investing in early MSD intervention generates twice the return or more, and for our team at Durable Surfaces, the free MSD Pledge membership has paid dividends.
Help us promote safety and distraction-free mobility during Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
Work zones are designed to keep everyone safe during road closures, but work-zone safety requires everyone’s participation.
Global collaboration drives safety innovation; NSC is proud to join forces with HFES to advance workplace and roadway safety for all.
Find out which 10 Safety+Health articles were most popular among your fellow safety pros this year.