National Safety Council Periodicals

Check with us about ordering National Safety Council periodicals, resources for safety and health news you can use both on and off the job. Here are just some of your choices:

Magazines

Safety+Health
The official worldwide safety and health voice of the National Safety Council provides practical information to help employers manage their on- and off-the-job safety and health concerns. Each month, you'll find timely, authoritative articles about state-of-the-art procedures and technology; legislation and regulations affecting workplaces; and reports on innovative products and services. Each issue also contains reports on environmental health matters, fleet safety and community safety and health.

Family Safety & Health
Discover a wealth of home safety and health information, traffic safety tips and recreational safety ideas. Published quarterly.

Newsletters

Traffic Safety
Traffic Safety provides traffic-safety professionals -- from state transportation officials to corporate fleet managers -- information on motor-vehicle enforcement, education and engineering. The magazine addresses current trends, innovations, existing problems, pending legislation and safe practices to prevent injuries and save lives on the nation's highways. Published monthly.

Every Second Counts
Similar to the magazine, the four-color, four-page newsletter will have articles of value to first responders and first aid instructors.

Today's Supervisor
Supervisors will find a unique blend of material written just for them. Short, concise and easy-to-read articles on injury prevention, occupational health, management principles and human relations are presented in a handy-sized format. Features include: "The 5-Minute Safety Meeting," "Supervisor News You Can Use" and more.

OSHA Up-to-Date
This widely read resource reports the latest modifications, interpretations, legal developments and proposed changes in occupational safety and health legislation. Includes standards and rulemaking. (Monthly)

Driver Trainer
Filled with facts, statistics, stories and safety tips for the Defensive Driving Instructor, this handy guide from the Council's Public Safety Group will prove to be invaluable for dealing with everyday issues. (Bimonthly)

Contact us about these and other periodicals available from the National Safety Council.

Contact the South Dakota Safety Council at sdsc@southdakotasafetycouncil.org
or phone 605-361-7785 or 1-800-952-5539.