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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Operation Lifesaver turns 50. In North Dakota, farm vehicles are a frequent sight on our roadways, and they often cross railroad tracks, both on public and private land. This year Operation Lifesaver is releasing new resources in hopes of helping farmers and farm machine operators to stay safe and avoid incidents around trains and railroad tracks.