For a Safe Nebraska
Great progress in injury prevention has been made over the years in occupational safety and health, yet costs to employers continue to be huge. And the cost is not only in workers' compensation but in lost productivity, medical costs, administrative expenses, and time lost by other employees.
The National Safety Council, Nebraska helps businesses reduce these costs by providing numerous safety and health training programs, consultation, and other resources. Our training and consulting staff provides years of experience and knowledge.
We provide all NSC certificate programs plus we are and OSHA Training Institutue Education Center with consortium members Saint Louis University and Barton Community College to provide OSHA authorized training.
Our Programs support both your workplace safety needs plus provide a way to advance your safety career.
State of Safety
Rates and recessions: View an interactive chart (.xls file) outlining the relationship between occupational injury/illness rates and recessions that have occurred between 1973 and 2006. Rolling over points on the chart with the mouse will reveal the precise rate. [link “chart” as a new popup to “State of Safety graph.xls”] Source: National Safety Council
- MOECMidwest OSHA Education Center, an OSHA Training Institue Education Center (click on the OSHA Training Institue to the right to register for classes).
- Safety and Health Summit
- Nebraska Dept of Labor
- Iowa Dept of Labor
- Nebraska DOT
- Iowa DOT
- Nebraska Dept of Environmental Quality
- Iowa Dept of Natural Resources
- ASSE Great Plains Chapter
- AIHA (American Industrial Hygiene Association
- BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Boating Safety
- CDC (Centers for Disease Control)
- Center for BioPreparedness Education
- EPA (Environmental Safety Association)
- FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration)
- NAICS / SIC Search
- Nebraska State Patrol
- Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles
- NIOSH / Centers of Disease Control
- Nebraska Child Labor Laws
- Iowa Child Labor Laws
- OSHA'Teen Safety Site
- Fair Labor Standards Act Advisor