The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is a
non-profit, non-governmental, non-political public
service organization devoted to serving the Greater
St. Louis Metropolitan area through safety and
health education. Our goal is to help people
live longer and healthier lives through accident
The Safety Council of St. Louis had its beginnings
in 1916 when a small Safety First Committee of the
old Business Men's League was organized. Its
original purpose was for the promotion of industrial
accident prevention work. Until 1918 the
Council operated as a part of the Chamber of
Commerce and had no budget. In 1918 with a
paid staff, the Safety Council left the Chamber of
Commerce and began to devote itself to traffic
matters as well as industrial issues. In 1919
the Safety Council became a chapter of the National
Safety Council. By 1920, the Council
expanded its work into the home, school and other
fields. Annual reviews by the National Safety
Council are necessary to continue chapter status.
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The Safety Council currently serves the St. Louis community
through a vast array of programs which include: SATOP/Substance
Improvement Program, other Court
Programs such as Anger Management, Financial Management,
Petty Larceny. Occupational
Safety Training Programs (OSHA) are available
and include safety training and information for
safety and health professionals, experienced and
novice, including consulting services, certificate
programs, regulatory compliance training, employee
training, best safety practices and management
Programs include SafeLife Kids® and Safetyville.
Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is located at
Hampton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139. Our working
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. (All classes are held on scheduled dates and
here for a map and directions.
office is closed on the following holidays:
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents Day,
Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's
Day and Thanksgiving Day, the day following
Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day and
New Year's Day.
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The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis strives in
all of its endeavors to be sensitive to the special
needs of its members and those it serves.
Special accommodations are handled on an individual
basis and by request.
thank you for your continued support in helping the
Safety Council fulfill its mission of making the
community a safer place for all.
Years and still counting!