Women's Division

Join the NSC Women's Division


NSC Women's Caucus (now Women's Division) at the 2018 NSC Congress & Expo in Houston

The NSC Women's Division offers safety professionals the opportunity to learn more about safety concerns that affect women in the workplace. The Division offers members the opportunity to:

  • Create a more inclusive environment in the safety field
  • Learn about safety issues that disproportionately affect women
  • Hear from female leaders in safety
  • Enjoy the support and camaraderie of like-minded safety professionals
  • Network with top female safety professionals
  • Receive exclusive invitations to Women's Division meetings

Join the Women's Division for an update on the Congress meeting and a presentation by NIOSH on how safety professionals can be more mindful of reproductive health for all workers.

Already a member and want to be more engaged? Complete this quick survey to get more involved.

The Women’s Division, formerly the Women’s Caucus, was formally recognized as a Division of the National Safety Council in September 2019.

2020 NSC Spring Divisions Meeting

Join your Division colleagues in Pittsburgh at the 2020 NSC Spring Divisions meeting. Learn, discover, connect at the Spring Meeting event, held for the first time in conjunction with the 2020 NSC Northeast Conference & Expo.

Registration for spring meeting requires NSC membership and the promo code "Divisions."

Register Today

Event Date: March 11, 2020
Venue: David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Hotel: The Westin Pittsburgh, 1000 Penn Avenue
Reserve a room here, or call (412) 281-3700 and reference the NSC Northeast Conference & Expo block by Monday, Feb. 17. Cost is $149, single/double.

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NSC Marion Martin Award

The National Safety Council, in cooperation with the Women's Division, presents the Marion Martin Recognition Award to one woman annually who demonstrates leadership and has a proven track record in safety.

Ms. Martin served as secretary of labor and industry in Maine from 1947 to 1962. During her tenure, legislation involving equal pay, industrial safety, child labor and collective bargaining was passed.

Learn more about the award.

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