About the North Dakota Safety Council

The North Dakota Safety Council provides community and workplace safety training and advocacy throughout North Dakota. As a private, non-profit organization, the NDSC is supported through grants, donations, memberships and training. Our dedicated safety advocates work hard every day to make North Dakota the safest state in the nation and keep families whole.

The ND Safety Council focuses on four key areas:

In the workplaces, on our roads, and in our homes and communities, the ND Safety Council strives to educate and instill a safety mindset in all aspects of life.

The NDSC Mission: We are dedicated to preventing injuries and saving lives.

The NDSC Vision: Make North Dakota the safest state in the nation.

The History of the NDSC

  • 1948

    NDSC Was Born

  • 1961

    Incorporated as a Non-Profit

    1961

  • 1972

    NDSC Annual Conference Began

  • 2007

    First Aid Program Established

    2007

  • 2008

    Home & Community Department was Created

  • 2017

    NDSC Builds A New Safety Campus

    2017

Learn more about what the North Dakota Safety Council offers by visiting our Workplace Safety and Community Safety webpages. Curious about the passion-driven group of people who work to pursue the NDSC mission, day in and day out? Visit our staff page for all the details!