To eliminate workplace fatalities by 2050 through the adoption of emerging technology. Since 1913, the National Safety Council has used data, expertise and innovation to solve tough workplace safety problems. With thousands of workers dying each year, NSC is working to change that through its Work to Zero initiative, designed to eliminate workplace fatalities through the use of technology.
Research: Research the most effective technologies and ways to integrate them into the workplace.
Education: Provide educational resources to increase the adoption of technology.
Partnerships: Foster key partnerships with stakeholders in the field to strengthen everyone's work.
To accomplish the Work to Zero mission, it will take many great minds working together to spread the word. Fostering key partnerships with stakeholders in the field will help strengthen everyone's work.
The Work to Zero Advisory Council is a volunteer group of EHS and technology experts composed of industry, academic, government and other thought leaders who strategically advise the Council on efforts to eliminate workplace deaths. Its primary responsibilities are to inform Work to Zero research projects by providing expertise, insight and access to networks that enrich the initiative, shape outreach and events, and engage external parties to broaden the initiative’s reach and knowledge.
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Work to Zero is funded through charitable contributions. Help grow this initiative by donating today. If you are interested in learning more about how you can become a philanthropic partner in this initiative, please email [email protected].