National Safety Council

Know when to stop--pull over and get some rest. If it's not safe to do so, call a friend, family member or a transportation
Labor Day is a time to pay tribute to the contributions workers have made to the prosperity of our country. But you probably don't think about workplace safety much. Most of us show up to work each day and we take it for granted that we will return home safely.
Because the concussion epidemic is so important, the National Safety Council will continue exploring the complexity of the
More than half of these incidents happen after a parent or caregiver becomes distracted and forgets a child in a car. Heatstroke
I am very close to all three of my sons, and they know they can ask me anything they want, whenever they want. A few weeks ago, they took me up on it. We discussed my journey as a safety professional, what it was like to grow up abroad, my biggest hopes for their future -- and even my worst Christmas present.