Our Mission is Safety
The National Safety Council eliminates preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. Donate to our cause.
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The National Safety Council, a leader in workplace safety, offers onsite safety training relevant to your industry and specific to your employees' jobs that is highly engaging and OSHA compliant.
Using a live, instructor-led format (OSHA's preferred method of safety training) onsite safety training can minimize staff and operational downtime, save money and, most importantly, engage your employees.
Our highly experienced instructors can deliver high-engagement onsite safety training programs that cover OSHA Standards and
NSC Best Practices in Safety Leadership.
Our team of experts can tailor our existing safety training programs to suit your company's needs and budget, making it more affordable. We can also develop new custom safety content from the ground up, to fill in the gaps in your desired safety training program.
In 1913, NSC was the driving force behind the safety movement in America. In 1953, NSC was recognized as an authority in workplace safety through a Congressional Charter. Since 2003, NSC has maintained an
OSHA Alliance Agreement to help save lives and prevent unintentional workplace injuries. Today we continue our safety leadership heritage by providing effective and engaging onsite safety training programs.
We've helped countless companies implement a culture of safety by developing and delivering safety training programs that engage employees and are complaint with regulatory agencies.
"We partnered with NSC Workplace Training and Education to design and deliver a Safety Leadership Development Program to 1,800 employees across seven businesses in North America. We've received positive feedback from our workforce, our executives and our CEO. And, most importantly, our employees feel they are now better prepared to make their workplaces safer."
Roger GreenDirector, Environmental, Health and Safetythyssenkrupp North America, Inc.
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