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The ESC Mission

“To prevent accidental deaths and injuries by being a resource for safety training, consulting and information for businesses and citizens of Washington State and the Greater Northwest. To support related programs and legislative action that would improve safety in the workplace, on the highway, at home, and at play.”

Evergreen Safety Council is a private, non-profit, non-governmental organization located in Kirkland, Washington, but ESC has a dedicated contract instructor corps which allows us to train almost anywhere our clients and members need us.

Evergreen serves the businesses, governmental entities, and communities of the States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska through the dissemination of safety and health information and the provision of safety and health training. We work very closely with Region X of the Federal Department of Labor/OSHA, whose service area is identical to that of the Safety Council as well as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Pacific Northwest Region. We also have a strong relationship with the staffs of Washington’s Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) and Oregon’s OR-OSHA as well as the Departments of Transportation in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Evergreen Safety Council is a member of the National Safety Council and is a Founding Member of the American Association of Safety Councils.

Evergreen Safety Council’s goal is to be the most recognized resource for health and safety training and services for businesses and organizations throughout the Greater Northwest.

Funding for Evergreen comes from membership and fees for service. Membership is open and encouraged for all businesses seeking to improve safety and health for workers, their families, and the community.

Evergreen Safety Council complies with all federal, state and local laws that prohibit discrimination in employment. Evergreen Safety Council is an equal opportunity employer that believes that it is the responsibility, and that of all its employees, to ensure there is no discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual preference, gender identity, genetic information, age, disability, marital status, or any other protected status.