Tackling Coronavirus, COVID-19

The National Safety Council - Nebraska Chapter is committed to helping all Nebraskans stay safe and healthy during this pandemic.  As such we are continuing to create material and assist with disseminating information to assist with the fight against Covid-19.  Below you will find webinars, links and documents.   

For those organizations that are continuing their safety training, we offer fit testing, online and virtual safety training.  Please contact us if you are looking for any other additional training as we are continuing to develop other options to meet your needs. 

COVID-19 Resources



Online Safety Training

Don't fret- you do not need to let your training schedule suffer due to COVID-19. Completing your training ONLINE is a great alternative to classroom training and ensures that you stay on track - it can even save you time and money!



Covering the most up-to-date safety information and practices regarding COVID-19

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COVID-19 Workplace Safety & Health Resources

A space dedicated to FREE safety and health resources surrounding COVID-19: downloads, fact sheets, presentations, and more.

Guidelines and Information


Federal and local agencies provide the most accurate and comprehensive health information related to COVID-19 and should be your first stop when seeking healthcare data and advice. The following websites are updated regularly. 

Below you will also find the National Safety Council - Nebraska Chapter's policy and cleaning protocol focused on taking care of our employees and customers.  


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The National Safety Council - Nebraska Chapter Policy & Cleaning Protocol

The National Safety Council, Nebraska has implemented a disaster preparedness plan that was developed to advise our customers of our practices and procedures used to minimize exposure to members, customers and staff. This plan in no way guarantees NSCN’s ability to eliminate exposure of COVID 19; but we will do everything in our power to reduce the risk and protect employees and support our customers as much as possible during this, or any crisis.

While we believe that safety training continues to be a priority to our members, your health and welfare are also paramount. NSCN, in conjunction with our cleaning service, has implemented additional steps to sanitize and disinfect all classrooms, vehicles and office space.  As an additional precaution, we ask that if you, or someone from your team, has tested positive or been exposed to COVID 19 that they refrain from visiting our building as it is our desire to keep all of our patrons safe.    

For those organizations that have implemented additional safety protocol, online safety training is available. These programs will allow your training programs and business to stay on track and moving forward. These training programs are available here.

Cleaning Protocol 



Cleaned & Disinfect Daily:

  • Entry/exit ways into buildings, offices, rest rooms, classrooms, including doorknobs, handles, push plates
  • Drinking fountains
  • Restrooms: soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers, locks/handles on RR stalls, grab bars, faucet handles, restroom partitions
  • Breakroom: counters, tabletops, refrigerator door handles, microwave door handles, faucet handles, light switches
  • Phones
  • Stair handrails
  • Elevator buttons
  • Light switches 

All NSCN Staff Will Follow Basic Infection Control:

  • Any staff that has been exposed to the virus or has any symptoms will be asked to work from home.
  • All staff members must adhere to personal hand hygiene that includes washing hands often with soap and warm water for at least 30 seconds.
  • If soap and water is not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  •  When coughing or sneezing, please cover the mouth or nose with a tissue or sleeve. Do not use hands. Immediately dispose of tissue appropriately.
  • NSCN has provided hand sanitizers and disinfectant sprays or wipes for employee/customer use