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FY 2013 A Year in Review. In FY13, we helped save over 3,000 lives and prevent over 333,000 injuries. And this is how we did it. Workplace Safety. Launched Campbell Institute. 26 Charter Members spanning industries Record attendance at Institute events

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    1. FY 2013A Year in Review

    2. In FY13, we helped save over 3,000 lives and prevent over 333,000 injuries

    3. And this is how we did it

    4. Workplace Safety

    5. Launched Campbell Institute • 26 Charter Members spanning industries • Record attendance at Institute events • Research on EHS, leadership, leading indicators, off-the-job best practices • 500 registered web users

    6. Signing of Campbell Institute charter at 2012 Congress

    7. 2013 National Safety Month: Safety Starts with Me • 91,076 visits to NSM webpage • Nearly 7,000people signed up for materials • NSM promotional video viewed 4,386times • 665media hits including Reuters • US News, Dallas Morning • News and EHS Today

    8. Leading-edge Research: The Journal of Safety Research • Collaborated with CDC to publish two special issues • Updated current research in “Graduated Driver Licensing Research, 2010-Present” • A new, vibrant cover design introduced

    9. Leading-edge Statistics: Injury Facts • Injury Facts 2013 edition • Special historic review celebrating the Council’s 100 Years of Safety • New data on: • OSHA inspection impact on safety • Motor vehicle crashes by time of day and day of week • Childhood drowning

    10. Growing the Consulting Business • Established new consulting project with ThyssenKrupp to assist with incident data analysis • Employee perception survey, action planning and worker training for Veterans Affairs • Customized training for US Steel

    11. Moving Along on the Journey • Unanimous support of JSE from external stakeholders including Charter members, Directors, Delegates, Divisions and OSHA • First sponsor secured and additional sponsors in process

    12. Navigator: Gaining momentum • Renewals of CAT Global Mining, Deere, Hitachi, Roto-Rooter • Launched large, customized solutions- NANA

    13. Increasing Virtual Visibility: Webinars • Nearly 5,500webinar attendees!

    14. Advocating for the Workplace • Jim Johnson begins second term on National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NACOSH) • The Council adopted official policy-position in support of stable funding for NIOSH • Renewed NSC-OSHA Alliance with focus on motor vehicle safety, construction safety and injury and illness prevention programs

    15. Workplace Training • Trained more than 39,000people in Advanced Safety Certification curriculum, Lift Truck, SSDP & more • 6,120 were from US Steel at various locations • Lift Truck Operator program well received by the market with increase of 16%

    16. Celebrating a Century of Progress: 2012 Congress & Expo • Celebrated 100 Years of Safety • Historical Safety Trail and Theater • Opening Session Keynote by Captain “Sully” • Flame of Life award to • Senator Dole • Record attendance!

    17. Corporate and Community Partnerships

    18. Raising Funds for Safety • Raised $5.6M($3.1M unrestricted; 2.5 restricted) • $995,000 in commitments for Campbell Institute • $1.5M raised for DriveitHOME • $73,000+ and93% participation for Friends of Safety staff campaign

    19. Green Cross Dinner Success • ExxonMobil awarded the 2013 Green Cross for Safety Medal • Record 1,000attendees • 146sponsors/donors, resulting in $2,088,000 raised for unrestricted operations

    20. Chapters

    21. Expanding Our Reach • More than 5,000trainings and seminars held across U.S. • Conducted 15annual tradeshows with 10,000individual attendees participating

    22. Publications

    23. Launched New Safety+HealthWebsite

    24. Published New Editions of Popular NSC Books • Published the 6th edition of the Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene • Published the 2nd edition of OSHA Inspections: Preparation & Response

    25. Advocacy

    26. New program launched for parents of teen drivers!

    27. DriveitHOME • Rolled out a tour across 14 cities targeting parents of teen drivers • TV host Nancy O’Dell as spokesperson • Teen driving infographic a social media success

    28. Teen Safe Driving Coalitions • 195,000+ teensparticipated in teen safe driving programs • 35,000+ parentslearned about the issue • 652 community groups shared teen driving information • 10 victim families identified

    29. Employer Cell Phone Policy Seminars • Held two seminars in Long Beach and San Diego • Deborah Hersman, Chair of National Transportation Safety Board as keynote speaker

    30. Making a difference 5.9 million employees are now covered by total cell phone bans!

    31. Study Released on Under-reporting of Distracted Driving NSC releases study & infographic shows significant under-reporting of distracted driving • Associated Press story drove • 300 million media impressions!

    32. Distracted Driving Awareness Month • Vintage Cognitive Distraction video seen 4,320times • 13,901posters downloaded • 5,035 fact sheets downloaded • Infographic viewed 19,269times

    33. Advocating for Safer Roads • President Obama signed federal surface transportation reauthorization bill (MAP-21) into law • NSC helped secure funding for MAP-21 National Priority Safety Grant Programs in FY13 continuing resolution • 19 Transportation Division members met with 44 Members of Congress during Capitol Hill Day

    34. State Advocacy Success • 8states improved their GDL laws • 3states improved laws to ban all phone use for teen drivers • 2states enacted texting ban for all drivers • 2states updated texting ban laws to primary enforcement

    35. Giving a Voice to Victims: the HEARTS Network • 1,330 teen crash stories captured in HEARTS database • 80 families engaged in network • 13 teen crash stories profiled in Sharing HEARTS • 30 attendees at Advocates for Safe Roads training workshop • 17 media stories profiling HEARTS and teen crash families

    36. Preventing Rx Drug Overdoses • Convened panel of experts from federal, state and other national organizations • National Rx symposium held in March following expert panel meeting • \ • Provided technical assistance to sevenstates of National Governors Association • Don Teater joined NSC as Medical Advisor

    37. Strengthening our Volunteer Program • Over 25,000 volunteers engaged • Two new NSC Divisions formed • Young Professionals Division • Alcohol and Drugs Impairment Division • Hosted 1st Annual Rising Stars Leadership Conference with DuPont Sustainable Solutions

    38. Safe Communities America

    39. 6.1 million people live in a designated Safe Community

    40. New Safe Communities • Murray State University, December 7, 2012 • Fort Worth, TX, February 12, 2013 • Springfield – Greene County, MO redesignated May 4, 2013

    41. Making America Safer • Launched newsletter: Community Connect • Launched Safe Communities America national designation/accreditation • Kentucky Project to actively recruit communities with high injury rates completed 1st of 5 years • 61state organizations involved in state-wide workgroup to promote Safe Communities

    42. Defensive Driving Courses

    43. DDC Continues to Grow • Worked with Kentucky State Police and Toyota to expand training in Alive at 25 in FY14 • Will reach more than 11,000 students • Government Services Administration (GSA) signed 5 year agreement to use DDC online training

    44. Impactful State DDC Programs • Improved and updated Massachusetts driver notifications -- will lead to thousands of fewer suspended drivers in the state • Arizona launched new Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving program -- nearly 40,000 trained since going live in late 2012

    45. Working with our Nation’s Military • 1,000+ military personnel addressed at 21st Annual Safety & Occupational Health Professional Development Conference • Janet Froetscher as keynote • Dave Teater spoke on distracted driving • Alive at 25 remains program of choice in Marine Corps and is expanding to other branches

    46. First Aid

    47. Saving Lives Through First Aid • Added more than 3,000new instructors and training centers • Trained nearly 500,000 medical emergency responders saving approximately730lives

    48. Membership

    49. Strengthening Membership • Dues renewal exceeded FY12 by $845K! • 1,838 new members • Expanded Occupational and Safe Driver product lines • New benefits and dues structure • Developed JSE Resource Guide for members

    50. International