With Memorial Day being one of the most dangerous driving weekends of the year, NSC urges all people who choose to drive to plan ahead and practice safe driving behaviors. Memorial Day extends from 6 p.m. Friday, May 27, to 11:59 p.m. Monday, May 30.

During this Critical Issues presentation “Evaluating Your Company’s Industrial Hygiene Program” we will review those assessment and management elements required by OSHA for a successful industrial hygiene program.

This year, we handed out 54 awards to companies and individuals representing multiple industries including transportation, manufacturing, construction, and oil and gas. View pictures of our Awards Banquet and all the winners.

The North Dakota Safety Council is excited to have three new training options this spring. Staying on the cutting edge of what businesses need while promoting safer workplaces, homes and communities remain central to the NDSC’s mission.

If you are an alcohol licensee and anyone in your establishment knowingly sells alcohol to someone underage, or to someone who is obviously intoxicated, you or your establishment can be held liable. Requiring the Responsible Beverage Server course to all your servers can limit any judgements against you.

With the impending Blizzard, we wanted to send out some winter driving safety tips. You will learn how to prepare your car, know how to avoid a crash, and what items you shouldn’t leave home without.

It’s National Poison Prevention Week March 20-26. Children are especially vulnerable, 45% of all poisoning involves children under the age of 6. Learn some of the dangers to watch out for as we enter spring.

The 2021 fatality total is a slight increase from 100 traffic fatalities in North Dakota in 2020 and 2019.

Law enforcement agencies across North Dakota are increasing patrols during the impaired driving enforcement campaign through March 31 in an effort to save more lives.

The largest safety conference in the region kicks off the final week in February. Hundreds of safety professionals and employees from multiple industries will take part in the North Dakota Safety Council’s 49th Annual Safety & Health Conference.