Collaborating to Reduce Workplace Injuries
In 2021, the National Safety Council (NSC) partnered with Amazon to solve the most common workplace injury: musculoskeletal disorders.
The five-year, $12 million corporate contribution was the largest in the history of NSC. The goals for the partnership launch were to position NSC and Amazon as global leaders committed to reducing workplace injuries, highlight NSC as a leading nonprofit resource, and inspire other potential members and organizations to join and advance this important workplace mission.
HSN PR played a key role in the partnership launch execution, including developing the media strategy, key messages, tough Q&A, internal announcements, and emails to key stakeholders, as well as media outreach in tandem with Amazon. In addition, HSN PR helped coordinate the launch announcement press conference with the NSC CEO and an Amazon executive, which was attended by ABC News, Associated Press, Bloomberg, CBS News, CNBC, CNN, Financial Times, NBC News, New York Times, Reuters, TIME, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
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“Going to work should be a positive, rewarding, and safe experience,” Lorraine Martin, president and CEO of National Safety Council said. “We are grateful for the generous support of Amazon to help companies around the world solve this important issue while fueling our nonprofit mission to keep employees safe in the workplace.”
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Itasca, IL — In an effort to help employers and workers mitigate the risk of musculoskeletal disorders and develop techniques to prevent these injuries, the National Safety Council is teaming up with Amazon to establish new research, technology and processes as part of a five-year partnership to combat a leading cause of workplace injuries.
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SEATTLE and ITASCA, Ill., June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and National Safety Council (NSC) announced a five-year partnership to invent new ways to prevent the largest category of workplace injuries in the U.S., musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Amazon and NSC have been working together for months on this first-of-its-kind collaboration.