Division Events - National Safety Council
Hero Image

NSC Division Events

These virtual events are open to all NSC members, even if you are not yet a Division member. Find out more about Divisions.

Upcoming Webinars

Overcoming the Risk-takers Paradox: A Strategy for a Culture of Safety Excellence
1 p.m. (CT) Wednesday, March 10
Learn why people put themselves at risk and how to create a proactive safety culture, insatiably curious about how to continuously improve. Register

Government & Public Sector Division Roundtable: Stop Work Authority
10 a.m. (CT) Wednesday, March 17
Victor Lawe, PS-MESH, safety officer with the City of Rocky Mount, North Carolina, will present their stop work program and lead a short discussion on how to implement something similar in your area. Register

Panel Discussion: Prevention Through Design
10 a.m. (CT) Thursday, March 18
Brian Hanlon of Citizen's Bank, Daniel Lavoie of Liberty Mutual, Jason Timmerman of Allegheny County Airport Authority and Dr. John Gambatese of Oregon State University discuss injury prevention through design process. This event is part of the Rising Stars of Safety Leadership series, sponsored by Dow. Register

Reserve your spot in our free Divisions meetings and webinars April 13-22.

Learn more about hot safety topics at the Spring Divisions and Labor Division meetings.

Safety Breakthrough: Ten Leadership Lessons I Wish Someone Has Told Me
10 a.m. (CT) Tuesday, April 13
Get 14 tips for safety managers and directors on how to lead your teams safely, with actionable items. Register

COVID-19 Vaccinations - Best Practices from the NSC SAFER Working Group
Noon (CT) Tuesday, April 13
John Dony, senior director of thought leadership for the National Safety Council, will help audience members understand how companies are managing the changing landscape of COVID-19 vaccinations. Register

Combating Complacency and Encouraging Employee Engagement in Safety
2 p.m. (CT) Tuesday, April 13
NSC Rising Stars of Safety discuss overcoming complacency and employee engagement techniques. Register

Fatality Prevention Technologies
10 a.m. (CT) Wednesday, April 14
The NSC Work to Zero director will provide an update on technologies that will help to end workplace fatalities. Register

Women in Leadership
2 p.m. (CT) Wednesday, April 14
The presenter for the April session of the Women in Leadership series will be announced soon. Register

Safety Approaches for the Whole Person 
10 a.m. (CT) Thursday, April 15
Learn how employee wellness and safety interact, and first steps you can take in your organization to encourage everyone to show up at their best. Register

Emergency Preparedness - How to Plan for Mental Health Emergencies
Noon (CT) Thursday, April 15
Mental health crises should be part of every organization’s emergency preparedness plan. Find out how to give everyone the support they need. Register

Bullying and Harassment - How Abusive Behavior Becomes a Safety Issues in the Workplace
10 a.m. (CT) Tuesday, April 20
Bullying and harassment affect safety. Learn what these behaviors are, how they show up in safety records, and what actions to take. Register

Making the Business Case for Safety
10 a.m. (CT) Wednesday, April 21
Learn how to sell the value of safety – whether making case to the finance, risk or executive team. Register

The Basics of Risk Management and Workers Compensation
Noon (CT) Wednesday, April 21
Hear experts address risk management basics, workers’ compensation, return-to-work and fit-for-duty scenarios. Register

Maintaining a Positive Safety Climate with Economically Vulnerable Workers
10 a.m. (CT) Thursday, April 22
Panel discusses the importance and challenges of keeping all workers safe – especially those who are more vulnerable to workplace injury. Register

Fostering a Culture of Resiliency
2 p.m. (CT) Thursday, April 22
More organizations are prioritizing the resiliency of their workforce. Learn about trauma, healing, and how to encourage resiliency. Register

Webinar Archive

Did you miss a webinar or want to watch one again? Here are the most recent Division webinars: