The North Dakota Safety Council announces Jim Craig as a keynote speaker for the 50th Annual Safety + Health Conference
The number one cause of death for teens (15-18 years old) in the United States is motor vehicle incidents. Parents, please talk to your teens about the important rules they need to follow to stay safe behind the wheel.
H2S Certification and Respiratory Protection Training and OBOW Year 3 – Communication and Hazard Assessment is now being offered by the North Dakota Safety Council. It continues the mission of a safer and more efficient oil and gas training process, having trained more than 40,000 workers in three years.
This year marks the 10th Annual Run4Change, and registration is now open. The event will take place Saturday, October 1, 2022. The Run4Change honors the Deutscher Family, a young family tragically killed on July 6, 2012.
This week, September 18-24 is National Farm Safety & Health Week. The theme for the 79th annual event is “Protecting Agriculture’s Future.” Agriculture is a leading industry in North Dakota, creating almost one-fourth of the state’s employment and 26,000 farms and ranches stretching across the state.
Bringing together more than 16 safety partner organizations, the NDSC is hosting this FREE community and member event. Don’t miss the North Dakota National Guard bringing in a Black Hawk helicopter for the day.
School days bring congestion: School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It’s never more important for drivers to slow down and pay attention than when kids are present – especially before and after school.
According to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States lagged behind most other high-income countries in saving lives on U.S. roads
Governor Doug Burgum has proclaimed June Safety Month here in North Dakota. The summer season is a time of increased rates of unintentional injuries and deaths and it’s an appropriate time to focus attention on injury risks and prevention.
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.