Regulatory Roundup


The National Safety Council (NSC)

Health organizations encourage pledge for COVID-19 prevention

The NSC, along with many other health organizations have taken the Commit To C.A.R.E. pledge, a public education initiative that encourages steps toward COVID-19 prevention in the workplace. The initiative aims to debunk myths about COVID-19, improve education about prevention methods and encourage businesses to take the pledge. A downloadable toolkit with educational materials is also available.

New training schedule posted

Our Driving Concern, an NSC initiative, posted a schedule of free, online training courses through March. The trainings focus on driving safety and drug impairment training.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Information on omicron variant

While the CDC continues work to learn more about the omicron COVID-19 variant, the agency does expect that those infected can spread the disease to others regardless of vaccination status or prevalence of symptoms. Additionally, the agency expects that current vaccines still protect against severe illness and some treatments still remain effective. The CDC also released an interactive tool to help users determine the best test to use for a suspected case.

Studies, resources, trends, news

A recap on 2021 safety trends

An EHS Today article dives into 10 safety and health trends of 2021. The list includes topics on COVID-19, mental health, wellness, extreme heat, empathetic leadership, remote communications and digital transformation.

Courtesy of Texas Mutual

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