We’re a non-profit training organization – helping others work, play and live safer lives. The North Dakota Safety Council is the largest safety organization in the state, serving the general public as well as more than 900 member companies in the industries of energy, manufacturing, construction, oil & gas, agriculture, transportation, healthcare and more. We have three offices: Bismarck (Main Safety Campus), Minot, and Fargo.
Our Core Values
LEADERSHIP: We lead by example and with integrity – checking our ego at the door and taking responsibility for our actions. We assume the best of each other and do the right thing, even when it’s difficult. We value teamwork, communication, and empowering our people.
PEOPLE: We are a family organization whose strength comes from our genuine, honest and reliable people. We are passionate about safety and willing to go the extra mile. We know how to have fun and value personal connections.
GROWTH: Our organization plans and builds for the long-term and invests in continuous improvement. We have the courage to change and take risks.
EXECUTION: At our core, we are a safety organization that provides memorable and engaging training. We take pride in our work and are an accurate and up-to-date resource.
Work with the North Dakota Safety Council and enjoy all the usual benefits such as health insurance offerings, vision and dental, Aflac, life insurance and 7 paid holidays. Along with that, we offer flexible scheduling, great summer hours, staff get-togethers, professional development and team building exercises quarterly, extra earned days off, and the best co-workers around.
The pace is fast and the work is hard but the payoffs are oh so rewarding. You’ll never be bored and when you go home each night you’ll know you made a difference no matter what position you play on the team. We stay on top of technology upgrades, keep our new, modern facility sparkling clean, and provide comfortable spaces for our employees to work. You’ll love the view from our two decks – one of which overlooks the Missouri River.