Announcing the OSC is now hosting OTI courses through the new Region VI Mid-South OTI Education Center


Join us at our Monthly Network Luncheons

Each month the Oklahoma Safety Council hosts network luncheons in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. These luncheons are designed to provide valuable education opportunities, with presentations by experts in various fields. They also provide time for safety professionals to network, which promotes collaboration, partnerships and further education that translates to a safer Oklahoma! Our monthly luncheons are available for members and nonmembers to attend.

The Oklahoma City Network Luncheons are held at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club located at 3401 N.E. 36th Street in Oklahoma City. Lunch is $15 per person which includes a buffet, salad, dessert and a beverage. We're required to submit a headcount 48 hours ahead so we highly urge everyone to pre-register online at least 72 hours prior to the luncheon date. No refunds will be issued and substitutions are welcomed. Just simply click on the registration button below to get started.

Tulsa - February 5, 2015 @ 11:30 a.m.Oklahoma City - February 25, 2015 @ 11:30 a.m.

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The Benefits of Training With Oklahoma Safety Council

Safety training is our specialty. For 60 years, we have provided top quality training for Oklahoma.

Our instructors are qualified professionals with hands-on experience in developing safety and health programs in compliance with federal regulations.

You'll save money by training more employees in less time.

Programs are flexible and can be designed to meet your needs.

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Full Membership Details

The Oklahoma Safety Council offers a single membership and benefits package in partnership with the National Safety Council. Single membership means you will automatically become a member of both the Oklahoma Safety Council and the National Safety Council. As a member, you are aligned with the world's leading safety and health resources. Member benefits have been designed to provide support, knowledge, resources, training, and expertise enabling you and your employees to work more efficiently. Membership offers practical solutions to the safety challenges you face every day. Valuable information, resources and programs can help you and your employees build and support effective safety initiatives on the job, on the road, and in your homes and communities. Listed below are categories of local benefits and NSC benefits that you will receive with your new joint membership. Click here for a listing of full membership benefits.

Safe Communities/Safety Ambassador

Safe Communities

Safe Communities America, a program of the National Safety Council, is a proven approach to community injury reduction structured around a broad coalition of community partners - involving business, civic organizations, local government, non-profits, and local residents.

There are currently more than 6 million people living in a designated U.S. Safe Community. Get your community involved!

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Safety Ambassador

The number of people hurt or killed each year because of unsafe behaviors is unacceptable. In 2008, there were an estimated 76,700 deaths in the home and community. Each of these deaths could have been prevented. NSC asks the public to address this issue by getting involved in their communities as Safety Ambassadors.

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