The National Safety Council, ArkLaTex Chapter is a full service, non-profit corporation offering both advocacy and compliance training on safety, health, and environmental issues. We are a regional chapter of the National Safety Council, founded in 1913 and chartered by the United States Congress in 1953. The National Safety Council serves as the premier source of health and safety information for the United States Congress and other governmental, corporate and private entities.
The National Safety Council, ArkLaTex Chapter is also a charter member of The Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils, Inc. (ARSC). The mission of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils is to provide consistent and cost effective reciprocal safety education that conforms to regulatory standards and industry accepted practices.
We are governed by a Board of Directors whose members represent a broad spectrum of environmental, health, safety, and other professional disciplines, and who choose to serve their communities through the promotion and advocacy of safety improvements, policies, and training.
Membership in the National Safety Council is available to corporate, private, and governmental organizations, companies, and individuals.