National Safety Council


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National Safety Council

A nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and influence safety and health at work, on the road, at home, and in the environment.
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The National Safety Council supports a mission to educate and influence people in preventing accidental injury and death.
The National Safety Council poll was conducted in first in Indiana, and it will be used as a model for other states interested in addressing prescription drug abuse in the workplace.
Among key assessments, BROWZ evaluates organizations using a combination of leading and lagging indicators including safety management system audits as overseen by Pat Cunningham, BROWZ Safety Director and Delegate to the National Safety Council.
Phil Lanzafame, President and CEO of Levelok, says, "The National Safety Council provides an excellent opportunity for all of us in the safety sector to come together, learn from one another and develop even better ways to provide the safest possible work environments across the globe.
says MADD's Chuck Hurley, who lobbied for stricter seat belt laws when he worked at the National Safety Council.
Data from the National Safety Council shows out of every 100,000 football players, 2,369 were injured or killed in 2001 compared to only six out of 100,000 hunters in all of North America, according to the International Hunter Education Association.
National Safety Council chief executive Pat Cos-tello said: "In six months we will lose 180 people from our community because we refuse to change our appalling behaviour on the roads.
According to the Report on Injuries released by the National Safety Council, 92,200 people died of injuries in 1998.
Contact the National Safety Council to obtain a catalog of OSHA safety materials.
Only later did the leaders of the dominant safety group, the National Safety Council (NSC), conceptualize the category of the home as parallel to the category of the workplace.
Joining later were the American Railway Magazine Editors Association, Publications Section of the National Safety Council and Southern California Chapter (Los Angeles group) of the Pacific Coast Association of Industrial Editors.
IRVING, Texas -- Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Seaton has been recognized by the National Safety Council for Fluor's commitment to world-class safety.

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