Business & Industry

Join the Business & Industry Division

The Business & Industry Division represents more than 20 major industries and provides members with opportunities to share ideas and interact with other industry professionals.

Engage with the Division:

  • Attend the meeting at NSC Congress & Expo in San Diego (agenda to follow)
  • Promote NSC Safety Ambassadors in your workplace – sign up here!
  • Join the Member Checklist Committee
    A committee of volunteers is helping develop small business checklists on topics such as fire safety, fall protection, working around mechanized equipment, and much more. Contact Sarah Van Huis for more information or to add your voice and experience.
  • Join the NSC Business & Industry Division LinkedIn Group

2019-20 Division Meeting and Webinar Schedule

Date Time Location/Dial-in Topic
Wednesday, July 30 10 a.m. (CT) Webinar
Call in: (877) 309-9483
Meeting #745 591 210
Conference Code 374 453 6204
The Power of Safety Committees
Sunday, Sept. 8 2 to 5 p.m. Marriott Marquis, San Diego NSC Congress & Expo Annual Meeting
Tuesday, Dec. 3 10 a.m. (CT) Webinar TBD
Tuesday, Feb. 4 10 a.m. (CT) Webinar TBD
Wednesday, March 11 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. (CT) NSC Northeast Conference & Expo, Pittsburgh Spring Meeting

Meet the Business & Industry Division Leadership Team


Roberta Kloda
EHS Manager FMC
[email protected]
Business & Industry Division Chair

Kent Mowry
[email protected]
Business & Industry Division Vice-Chair


David Jewell CSP
[email protected]
Safety Advisor
Conney Safety, Madison, WI
Business & Industry Division Immediate Past Chairman

Sarah Van Huis
[email protected]
NSC Division Program Manager

Division members network with other safety professionals, attend industry-specific events and participate in safety-based discussions that impact work, home and community. Join a division today.

Machinery Safety Survey Results

NSC conducted a survey of safety professionals concerning issues of machine safety, safety interlocks and used equipment safety. The results indicate that safety compliance still relies heavily on experience and workplace tradition.

Read the Report