Circa 1932-Lunch Atop a Skyscraper
1905 Shipbuilding Welder
Circa 1910-Log Pond
Cotton Mill 1909 Courtesy of Smithsonian
Circa 1920-Dipper

Do You Need NCSC?

How do regulatory agencies affect your business?

- Fear of Cal-OSHA or other regulatory action or citation
- Locating and interpreting the, literally, thousands upon thousands of pages of regulations
- Burdensome amount of time and energy trying to keep up with:
     • Written Programs
     • Compliance with these programs
     • Recordkeeping - When, how, how much?
     • Prevention measures and investigation of accidents, near misses.

Your Responsibility

A core principle in the establishment of California occupational safety regulation, and what provides the real ‘teeth’ in the law, is the California Penal Code’s Title 10 §387 or, Corporate Criminal Liability Act. The Act holds an employer
financially, and criminally, responsible for the imminent dangers in the workplace that are not remedied in a
proscribed period of time. The corporate entity, or manager/supervisor, must -

1 -  Be knowledgeable of serious dangers to employees; and,
2 -  Correct the danger; and,
3 -  Report to the appropriate agency to avoid criminal penalties.


NCSC is a service and training organization established to provide;

  • Policy Development
  • Employee Training
  • Records Auditing
  • Facility Inspections
  • Accident/Exposure Investigations
  • Updates on Regulatory Issues
  • Consultation Services


NCSC can prepare programs and plans addressing regulatory compliance issues in such diverse areas as:
  • Process Safety Management
  • Risk Management
  • Accidental Release Programs
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Medical Waste Management
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • HazMat Business Plans
  • Storm Water Discharge Plans
  • Accidental Release Programs
  • Above-ground Storage Plans
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • U.S. DOT and non-DOT Drug and Alcohol Programs