NSC Divisions - National Safety Council

Join a Division and Get Involved

Connect with Fellow Safety Professionals

Employees of NSC member companies are eligible to be a part of the NSC Divisions – industry and affinity groups dedicated to advancing safety best practices, building networks and lending their expertise to the National Safety Council. With opportunities for students through senior level safety professionals, there is a place for everyone in Divisions.

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NSC has a Division for most every interest and industry, and all NSC members are encouraged to join a Division that aligns with their expertise. What networks fit your needs?

  • Alcohol, Drugs & Impairment: Members include toxicologists, sociologists, physicians, pharmacologists, legislators, law enforcement officials, educators, chemists, attorneys and other professionals involved in the study or control of alcohol, drugs and impairment; an additional application is required. 
  • Business & Industry: Includes representatives of 20 major industries, including automotive, chemical, rubber and plastics, food and beverage, mining, retail and more
  • Construction & Utilities: A network of builders, contractors, labor representatives, regulators, designers, insurance and utility professionals 
  • Government & Public Sector: A cross-industry group with a public sector focus, this Division includes representatives of federal, state, county and municipal governments, as well as military leaders 
  • LaborComposed of government regulators and local and international union leaders from the US and Canada; members of this Division must be union members or government regulators
  • Transportation Safety: Members include safety leaders with an expertise in transportation activities including commercial transportation of all kinds: highway, school bus, public transportation and waterborne transportation 
  • Women's Division: Focuses on connecting women in safety while bringing awareness of issues affecting women disproportionately in the workplace; all are welcome to be a part of the Division, regardless of gender identity or industry 
  • Young Professionals: Safety professionals and students studying safety are welcome in this Division; all members must be under the age of 45, so those who are new to the field and older than 45, please contact [email protected] for assistance with finding the right Division for you