When it comes to safety and health, many people are concerned about improving their situations, but may not know where to turn to for information and advice. This is one of the major reasons why the Safety and Health Council of Northern New England exists. We are here as an advocate for you and want to help you find accurate and reliable information about your safety and health. After all, when it comes to health and safety, prevention and knowledge are the best tools that you can have!
Here, we have provided a FAQ list that we hope will be helpful to you as you seek out safety and health assistance. And while an FAQ list may not answer all of your questions, we hope that we can at least point you in the right direction.
FAQ: What is a health council?
A: A health council is a part of a statewide network that works to provide health assistance and planning. The goal of a health council is to help people gain access to health care, develop health care policies, provide assistance to people in need, and help provide information about health and health care.
FAQ: Are there any national organizations I can turn to for safety and health?
A: Yes. Organizations such as the National Safety Council, NSC, or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, are organizations dedicated to safety and health nationwide.
FAQ: How can the Safety and Health Council of Northern New England help me?
A: The Safety Health Council Northern New England is a resource for anyone who is looking for answers or for specific training about a variety of health and safety issues, from safe driving and workplace safety to safe living and more.
Please feel free to contact us with your specific questions, concerns, or comments. We look forward to helping you meet your safety and health needs!