About the National Safety Education Center
The National Safety Education Center (NSEC) is one of 26 OSHA Training Institute Education Centers (OTIECs) in the nation. These education centers are a national network of non-profit organizations authorized by OSHA to deliver occupational safety and health training to public and private sector workers, supervisors and employers. Our partnership, which consists of Northern Illinois University, the Construction Safety Council and the National Safety Council, allows us to teach courses in Region V (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin).
By taking courses at the National Safety Education Center, you can enjoy the following benefits:
- Learn from degreed, highly professional trainers with real-world experience
- Engage yourself in interactive, relevant content
- Interact with our friendly, knowledgeable staff
- Earn continuing education credits and professional certification maintenance points
The NSEC has a proven track record in providing excellent training and education to hundreds of individuals every year. While many organizations offer safety training programs, we are the ONLY OSHA-authorized provider of OSHA training courses in Illinois.
The National Safety Education Center's main offices are located within Northern Illinois University's College of Engineering & Engineering Technology. The center's address is:
National Safety Education Center
NIU College of Engineering & Engineering Technology
590 Garden Road, EB 130
DeKalb, IL 60115-2854
"The National Safety Education Center is dedicated to protecting life and promoting health through high quality safety education and training. Through common goals with the OSHA Training Institute, we strive to bring about safe and healthful conditions in the nation's workplaces. We believe education is the key to change."
The National Safety Education Center is comprised of three partners, all skilled in safety education.
Northern Illinois University has over 50 years of safety education experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The NIU College of Engineering and Engineering Technology also offers many additional safety training topics throughout the year.
The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads, through leadership, research, education and advocacy. The NSC partners with businesses, elected officials, and the public to make an impact in areas such as workplace safety and safety in the home and community.
The Construction Safety Council was founded in 1989 and is dedicated to the advancement of safety and health interests in the field of construction throughout the world. The CSC was chartered by a board of directors composed mostly of large construction company owners and operators whose vision and leadership made the organization possible. With a mission to reduce the tragic and costly accidents, injuries, and illness that take the lives of six construction workers a day, the CSC offers real world experience to the National Safety Education Center.