National Safety Council Phone Number

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Where can i find the national safety council website? The National Safety Council (NSC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, public service organization promoting health and safety in the United States of America. Headquartered in Itasca, Illinois, NSC is a member organization, founded in 1913 and granted a congressional charter in 1953.

What does the national safety council do for drivers?

View the NSC Driver Safety Training catalog The National Safety Council is the only safety organization to be chartered by Congress and recognized for its leadership in safety programs and advocacy. In 1964, the Council pioneered the country’s first Defensive Driving Course.

What is the national safety council nebraska?

The National Safety Council, Nebraska proudly serves organizations across Nebraska whose focus is on keeping their employees safe and sending them home everyday. We regularly visit companies and learn about their programs, share information and review access to all the NSCN benefits and have the opportunity to tour their facilities.

What was the original name of the national safety council?

History. It was headquartered in Chicago, Illinois and Robert W. Campbell served as first president and William H. Cameron served as secretary. The name was changed to National Safety Council in 1914, to reflect the organization's expanded scope to include traffic and home safety. As membership increased, the NSC began producing posters,...

(704) 644-4218 Our entire focus is safety and health in our communities, on our roads, and at work. Hopefully, you find the resources and help you need here, on our newly redesigned website!” Phone: (704) 644-4218 [email protected] 60+ Years of Experience Trusted By Millions Over 1500 NC Member Companies Best Industry Trainers Onsite Safety Training Courses

Our Driving Concern is a cooperative program between the Nebraska Chapter of the National Safety Council and the National Safety Council with support from the Nebraska Department of Transportation. To save lives and to reduce the risk of life-altering injuries within your workforce. To protect your organization’s human and financial resources.

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