About the Oklahoma Safety Council

The Oklahoma Safety Council is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, public service organization which promotes the adoption of safety, health, and environmental practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human suffering and economic loss.

Training - 1. At construction site 2. Cutting wood in the facility 3. Classroom training 4. Repelling Training


The OSC was established in 1947 as a non-profit organization. The OSC was a privately supported organization to act as the central headquarters for all Oklahoma Safety Activities. The OSC played a vital role in the safety field by doing the following:

  • Coordinated safety activities in all fields.
  • Promoted better legislation for accident prevention.
  • Improved engineering and enforcement techniques on both state and local levels.
  • Disseminated safety material to newspapers, radios and television stations, magazines, industry, and safety conscious individual organizations.
  • Conducted conferences and meetings designed to eliminate the cause of accidental injury and death.
  • Acted as state contact for the National Safety Council.
  • Established and guide local safety council's.
  • Advised cities, businesses and individuals on safety problems.

Today, the OSC has a membership base of more than 700 businesses throughout our state. Some of our members include Integris Health, Sinclair, AEP/PSO, The Noble Foundation, Johnson Controls, Loves Travel Stops & Country Stores, Chesapeake Energy, OG&E, ONEOK, Bama Companies, Dolese Bros. Co, Sunoco, The Williams Companies and OPUBCO.