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Worker safety: Does your CEO “get it”?

  CEOs Who “Get It” is an annual recognition from the National Safety Council to organizational leaders who demonstrate a personal commitment to worker safety and health.

 It doesn’t matter if your organization has 50 employees or 50,000. If you believe your leader should be recognized, fill out the form and tell us why.

 Forms submitted by August 25, 2024 will be considered for 2025. Those recognized as CEOs Who “Get It” will be featured in Safety+Health magazine.

 Click the link below to see the full list of 2024 CEOs Who "Get It", featured in the February 2024 issue of Safety+Heatlh.

2024 NSC Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Safety Champion Recognition
 NSC is taking action on diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I), with a commitment to recognize the importance of DE&I to workplace safety and health, and a pledge to help organizations identify and redress imbalances. To perpetuate DE&I in the safety community, the NSC Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Safety Champion Recognition will be awarded to organizations with a proven commitment to DE&I within their safety culture. Recognized organizations will have incorporated DE&I safety initiatives into their culture and core business strategies through major business initiatives where they strive not only to ensure physical safety, but foster an environment where every employee feels secure, welcome and included.

 The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Safety Champion Recognition honors three types of achievement each year:

  • Culture – DE&I integration in organizational culture 
  • People – Diversity within safety professional workforce
  • Program Innovations – Implementation of significant DE&I-related safety programs

Organizations may apply or be nominated for recognition based on one of these criteria.

Inclusion and psychological safety are crucial for leveraging a diverse workforce. Employee feedback is vital for assessing psychological safety, with inclusion being a key aspect. Successful applicants will demonstrate how DE&I is ingrained in their organizational cultures by incorporating strategies that foster psychological safety and inclusion. Employee surveys to gauge perceptions regarding psychological safety and psychosocial risks are helpful to evaluate culture. Administering surveys is not mandatory but recommended.

Diversity metrics help identify risk areas, set goals, and measure the impact of initiatives. Applicants must outline their DE&I goals and measurement methods or describe specific initiatives leading to increased diversity among safety professionals.

Program Innovations
 Underrepresented identity groups in the workplace can create barriers to safety--both physical and psychological, necessitating innovative solutions. Applicants must detail their DE&I program innovations integrated into the safety management system, including the initiative's origins, safety improvements, and recognition for those driving these efforts.

NSC DE&I Commitment Statement
At NSC, we demonstrate our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion through our culture and our values. Our culture embraces all people regardless of ancestry, color, national origin, race, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical or mental disability, or veteran status.* We boldly empower our team to model respect and dignity. We find impactful opportunities for growth and development. We create a safe environment that includes mental, physical, psychological, and emotional protections. To be NSC is to deliver our mission by working together — our employees, members, and stakeholders — in such a way that everyone feels a sense of belonging
We believe that you can’t be safe if you don’t feel safe. Feeling safe requires a commitment to equitable policy implementation and promoting diversity in the safety profession. We must cultivate our own diverse, inclusive, and equitable work environment to deliver on our mission to save lives, from the workplace to anyplace.

Certificate Assistance Program

A part of the National Safety Council (NSC) Scholarship program, the Certificate Assistance Program (CAP) helps support individuals on a safety career path obtain their NSC Advanced Safety Certificate ® (ASC).  Through the ASC program, NSC teaches best practices to those who are transitioning into a safety career or are currently in safety roles within their organization and need additional professional development to create a more proactive process for safety and health.

All submissions must be submitted in English. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

At this time, only candidates from the continental United States are eligible.

The application period ends June 30, 2023. 

For Diversity in Safety Scholarship winners only. Annual scholarship renewal form.

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