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Oct
01
When high profile recalls make the news, be knowledgeable about the safety of your food.
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Sep
27
OSHA has developed a series of compliance assistance resources to help keep workers safe from trenching and excavation hazards. OSHA’s goal is to increase awareness of …
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Sep
13
Being struck by another person or object is the leading cause of unintentional injury for teens and young adults ages 15 to 24 and sports-related concussions are a signif…
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Aug
31
Individual organs in the digestive system contain separate biological clocks that may influence the metabolism of people who work the night shift and help explain a link …
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Aug
30
In 2016, at least 3,450 people were killed in crashes involving distracted drivers. To combat this alarming trend, NSCN is launching “Distracted Driving Affected Me” …
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Aug
30
Kids and young adults are harming themselves or others at an alarming rate in order to gain attention or boost their followers on social media.
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Aug
01
Most employers don't even think about the cost of safety and their bottom line because of fatigue. But, more than 40 percent of workers are sleep-deprived.
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Jul
25
Over 200 organizations and businesses are partnering with OSHA to promote the importance of safety and health programs. Implementing a safety and health program is one of…
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Jul
18
For each new primary member who joins AAA through AAA.com/Give, using the unique code FUND NSC, the National Safety Council, Nebraska will receive a $20 donation to advan…
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15
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