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SDSC New Partnership with logo for AED Center


The South Dakota Safety Council has partnered with AED Center to provide you with a deeded, direct-ordering portal where your company can purchase AED’s, pads, batteries, accessories, training products and much more.
Your company can purchase the products at The South Dakota Safety Council-preferred price. AED’s & Products, and First Aid/CPR/Safety Products Ordering Portal Process: SDSC will no longer be the point of contact for the order. Payment information is entered at the time of the order. Alternate payment options will need to be made directly with AEDCenter. The 10% discount represents the best pricing that we can provide to our preferred clients at this time. South Dakota Safety Council – AED Center Ordering Portal Landing Page: Please click on the link or the landing page picture to access the SDSC Deeded Client Ordering Portal:

Contact us for a discount code to enter at checkout.

SDSC & OSHA Alliance!

Janie and OSHA representative signing Alliance agreement

Janie Ritter the Executive Director of the South Dakota Safety Council and Sheila Stanley Area Director of the Department of Labor-OSHA, Sioux Falls Area Office have signed an alliance agreement. This is a formal recognition of efforts we are already doing to establish a collaborative relationship to foster safety & health practices and programs to improve workplace safety.

This alliance provides the SD Safety Council members and the public with information, guidance, and access to training resources that will help them protect workers by reducing and preventing exposure to job site hazards in both General Industry and Construction, and understand the rights of workers and the responsibilities of employers under the Occupational Safety & Health Act.

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